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gbrown100

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I have installed a few Kerio servers before and never really had an error like this. First time for Linux though:

I have installed on Open SUSE 11.1, installation has gone fine. SUSE is running as DNS & DHCP Server and I have DNS forwarders on the DNS Server as the OPENDNS servers. The NIC is fixed IP with DNS as itself and then OpenDNS as backup. Web Browsing is working fine, NS lookups are working fine HOWEVER I get the following error in the debug log for DNS Resolver. The mailserver is receiving messages fine.

Has anyone got any suggestions for what I can try? (This happens to ANY domain email address, not just for my example below)

Thanks

Graham

[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Started delivery of queued message id=496dd95b-00000000 sender=<graham<_a.t_>bonce.co.uk>
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Delivering to remote domain grbrown.co.uk...
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Created batch of 1 recipients for domain grbrown.co.uk
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {dns} Searching cache for MX records for host grbrown.co.uk
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {dns} Searching DNS for MX records for domain grbrown.co.uk
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {dns} No nameservers found
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {dns} Cannot resolve query for name grbrown.co.uk
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Result for recipient grbrown<_a.t_>grbrown.co.uk: delayed, Status: 4.4.3 DNS lookup failed
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Batch of 1 recipients for domain grbrown.co.uk processed, totally processed 0 recipients
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Delivery to domain grbrown.co.uk finished, 0 recipients processed
[14/Jan/2009 18:54:01][10705] {qproc} SEND_MX: Delivery finished
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gbrown100

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Just to update, using NSLOOKUP on the server I used the "Set Type=MX" command and checked that the server is able to resolve MX records. This all worked fine also.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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"No nameservers" error means that KMS failed to open, read or parse list of nameservers from /etc/resolv.conf configuration file.
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gbrown100

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Aha.... It seems that Suse is not using it any more despite me changing from their new network manager back to ifup configuration.

I put in manual settings into the resolv.cfg and straight away Kerio is sending mail, now I just have to work out how to stop Suse resetting the resolv.cfg on every reboot.

Thanks for your help.
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