so I asume it is not the DNS . Any other ideas?
Alex Borges wrote:
9 times out of ten, this is related to your dns in your dmz resolving to the external address of your email server (or, not having a different view in your DNS for your DMZ...) , thus it tries to send to that address to which the firewall wont let him (cannot send to the external address from within the DMZ)... I put a local DNS in the servers sometimes. Other times i use a view on the main DNS server.
El mar, 27-01-2004 a las 10:19, Guillermo Villasana Cardoza escribió:
Hello everyone, I have the following problem.
I have been trying to send email to domain1.com from my domain, but it seems that it can't reach the server.
when I do a dig domain1.com mx I get:
domain1.com MX 10 server1.domain1.com domain1.com MX 10 server2.domain1.com domain1.com MX 20 server3.domain1.com domain1.com MX 30 server4.domain1.com
and if I telnet to port 25 on server1.domain1.com I get an answer.
I am usging qmail-1.03 + vpopmail5.3.11 + qmailadmin-1.0.6 + ezmlm-0.53 + courier-imap-1.6 + clamav-0.65 + spamassassin-2.60 + qmail-scanner 1.20
on a Redhat advanced Server 2.1
Is there a way I can determine why this email is not being sent?
To other sites the server is delivering with no problem
Thank you very much for all your help