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nick dring

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Hi all

FOr the last few days I'm getting an error on sending email from kerio.
We use relay smtp. I think the problem is with my isp not letting me do this anymore.
I wanted to add some mx records but I can see where to put them.
Can anyone point me in the right direction please.

Thanks
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freakinvibe

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You don't need an MX record to send mail out. You need one for receiving mail. This MX record has to be put on the DNS server that is authoritative for you domain.

Most likely your ISP is controlling your DNS records.

When sending mail, do you get any error messages in the log? If so, please post them here, so we can troubleshoot your problem.

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nick dring

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Sorted now. I put the name of the mail server on the internet hostname field under configurations>domains and now all is working well.
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