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terjef

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When i try to send mail from my server i get this error.

This is an informative message sent by Kerio MailServer 5.7.4 at mailserver.
The server was not able to deliver your mail message to the following addresses:

<xxxxxx.xxxxxx<at>xxxxx.xxxxxxx.xx> (mailserver: DNS lookup failed)


This is just a temporary error. The server will continue to attempt to deliver the message. If the message cannot be delivered in the defined time limit you will be informed again.


Can anyone tell me whats this???

[Updated on: Mon, 02 August 2004 15:24]

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jshaw541

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This means that the mail server couldn't get the IP address for the domain name of the recipient's email address. You should doublecheck to ensure you didn't typo the email address. If you did not typo it, you should check your DNS settings to make sure they're correct. If they're correct, notify the network admin of the domain you're trying to send to.

Jacob



terjef wrote on Mon, 02 August 2004 06:23

When i try to send mail from my server i get this error.

This is an informative message sent by Kerio MailServer 5.7.4 at mailserver.
The server was not able to deliver your mail message to the following addresses:

<xxxxxx.xxxxxx<at>xxxxx.xxxxxxx.xx> (mailserver: DNS lookup failed)


This is just a temporary error. The server will continue to attempt to deliver the message. If the message cannot be delivered in the defined time limit you will be informed again.


Can anyone tell me whats this???



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terjef

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Thanx, but i found out my smootwall's (Firewall/Router) DMZ was not set up with the right dns adress. LOL

Thanx
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jshaw541

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That would be problem #2 in my reply ;). I'm good, aren't I?

terjef wrote on Mon, 02 August 2004 09:38

Thanx, but i found out my smootwall's (Firewall/Router) DMZ was not set up with the right dns adress. LOL

Thanx


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~1300 users
~1000+ concurrent IMAPS connections
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Apple iCal 10.5/10.6 users
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