Eric, thanks for the suggestion, but that was not the solution...  I will be 
reviewing the site you recommended to see if I can find a clue as to what 
this could be...

More info:
It is not just Outlook that I'm having problems with, it's anything Windows...  
I have tried Outlook, Outlook Express, and Eudora - all were able to receive 
mail but unable to send it.

I have a qmail box that I am only serving virtual mailboxes from using 
qmail+vpopmail.  My Linux-based users report no problems, all is fine.  My 
Windows-based users can check their mail but cannot send it.  The log reports 
nothing wrong.  The error reported by Outlook is the standard one about the 
domain not being listed in rcpthosts...

This has really got me baffled because the behavior is not consistent.  I 
can't understand how it could work for Linux clients but not Windows...  The 
OS shouldn't really be a factor...

On Tuesday 30 September 2003 01:51, you wrote:
> Dave, I think I had the same problem. What is the error you are getting
> back? What is the log showing?  I ended up replacing my
> /service/qmail-smtpd/run file with the script below and now relaying works.
> Just a thought, hope it helps. (this was out of the guide at:
> which is the
> best guide I've seen around)
> - Eric
> #!/bin/sh
> QMAILDUID=`id -u qmaild`
> NOFILESGID=`id -g qmaild`
> exec /usr/local/bin/softlimit -m 2000000 \
> /usr/local/bin/tcpserver \
>   -H -l\
>   -v -x /etc/tcp.smtp.cdb \
>   -c 20 -R -u "$QMAILDUID" -g "$NOFILESGID" 0 smtp \
> /usr/local/bin/rblsmtpd -b -C \
>   -r ' message was rejected because the mail server you
> use is configured to allow OPEN RELAY -
>  More detailed information regarding this problem is available from
> - Please forwa
> rd this error through to your email server support staff for easy
> resolution.' \ -r ' message was rejected
> because the message was sent from an OPEN PROXY - More i
> nformation regarding this problems is available at
> - Please forw
> ard this error to your email server support staff for resolution.' \
>   -t 5 \
> /var/qmail/bin/qmail-smtpd 2>&1
> # The line in orange should be used if you are running qmail on a computer
> # that is on a LAN that is using fake ips/masquerading.
> # It tells tcpserver not to bother trying to resolve ip addresses
> # to names when writing the SMTP log files. Usually with fake ips,
> # you cant resolve them to names, so it will make the SMTP services run
> # really slowly if it is always trying to resolve these addresses.
> # Alternatively, if you are eg an ISP and all your SMTP clients are
> # connecting from real IPs with resolvable names, then you can omit
> # the orange line and then then benefit from more readable logfiles.
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