Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed #2
Since I have installed Sendmail on Fedora Linux (FC2) I can not receive any
mail to local declared email addresses. Let me describe my set-up:
PC runing Linux, one ethernet innterface (WLAN0) using a private IP address
(192.168.x.x), I am behind a firewall using NAT, and connectet to my ISP
I have set-up a Dynamic DNS entry to point to the router Internet interface
IP that is the same that my MX record, however oviously I don't have Revers
I am adding and extract of my maillog file:
Nov 17 16:17:17 kiko sendmail: iAHFHGls003479: rul...sendmail ( Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed )
I have an internal mail server, 10.x.y.z address, running Version
8.13.8+Sun. I need to allow other 10./24 addresses to relay mail
without trying to get the PTR record.
I have updated the /etc/mail/access 10. RELAY; but not all the
workstations in the field have a DNS name; just a IP.
So when they connect they get;
550 5.7.1 <email@example.com>... Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed
If I place 10.a.b.c in /etc/hosts it will work; I have been trying
various cf configs and nothing iss working.
Any help will be appreciated.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote i..."Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed"
I've added "10.0.0 RELAY" to my access table (and made it into a map), but
when i try to relay from 10.0.0.2, I get the following message in my
"Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed [10.0.0.2]"
I then tried adding a /etc/hosts entry and then adding that host to the
access table. No luck. I just got a "Relaying denied" error.
Whats the best way to fix this problem? I'm guessing i need a way for
sendmail to not care about reverse dns on that IP range working...
Any help would be appreciated,
> Hi everyone,
>..."Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed"...
I'm renting � Windows2000 Server on which XMAIL is installed.
Everytime I send a mail from a domain YYY.COM to AOL.COM domain for example
(or others...), I get this error message.
If I use another domain (ZZZ.COM) to send my messages, it's OK.
Somebody can tell me from where it's coming and why more and more domains
rejects mails (aol, wanadoo, etc...)
I read the few informations about the subject and it seems that by adding
infos into a parameters file on Xmail server, we can route the mails to
another SMTP server...
Does it has a sense ?
Thanks in advance for s...Relaying denied. IP name possibly forged : It works only when sending to local address
Hi, I have a server with sendmail 8.13.6 under FC4.
Many sites are hosted on this server, for example : www.site1.com ,
Each user can normally uses the SMTP server called mail.domain-name .
for example : mail.site1.com ou mail.site2.fr .
But it is not so nice.
When I want to send a mail to an user of the server, it works, but when
I try to send a mail to another address, not.
For example if I use the mail.site1.com SMTP server, I can write to
email@example.com , but I cannot write to firstname.lastname@example.org (or other) .
Here is what sylpheed-claws says to me when I send an email t...stat=Deferred: Name server: XXXXXX relay: host name lookup failure
I need a little help with an issue. All mail is delayed with the
message " stat=Deferred: Name server: XXXXXX relay: host name lookup
failure". I have a Sendmail 8.13.3 running on FreeBSD 5.4. I am not
running Named on the local box.
The relay server is not in the agencies DNS servers but is specified
in the /etc/hosts file. I can ping the relay server both by address and
name. I am using a Name for the DS verses an address as I also have a
"auth" file specified to allow sendmail to access the relay server.
Can someone explain what option I nee...urgent: thx IP lookup failed
what i can do against this (see topic)
smtp auth is on, so i want that he checks first user/pw instead of checking
the ip of the access point.
this problem is only on some ips in europe (on access points) when some
employer connects to our mailserver and wanna send mails.
> what i can do against this (see topic)
What's the problem?
If some DNS lookups fails, then you need to check DNS (server
> smtp auth is on, so i want that he checks first user/pw instead of checking
> the ip of the access point.
> this problem is only on...relay based on mx,mx is my ip, not my name
I want to relay for some domain, where the final destination is reached via
if I have
some.dom IN MX 10 my.server.name
If I have
some.dom IN MX 10 mail.some.dom
mail.some.dom A (ip of my server)
it seems not to work.
Must I explicitly list some.dom in access.db, or is there some feature i can
In article <email@example.com> "Leif Neland"
>I want to relay for some domain, where the final destination is reached via
>mailertabl...IP address lookup based on device name
I am trying to find out an IP address of certain devices. For example
I have a computer that communicates with the AS400 through client
access and a telnet session. On the As400 it shows up as a devices
named PCUSERS1 and PCUSERS2. I want to be able to find out the IP
address of that computer based on the information that I know, the
AS400 device name. Is there an easy way to do this with some already
built in commands, or are we going to have to write a program or telnet
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