Separate names with a comma.
It took a while but the issue was finally resolved. The culprit was server hostname inconsistency. However, once I changed the...
I have opened a ticket with the ID 12169603.
I do have root access, just don't know what I'm supposed to do. Following is result of exiqgrep for the domain.
If the following offers any insights, here's the output of test run on SMTP Check - Pingability.com:
DEBUG: getProvider() returning...
[root@example-vps-sg ~]# exim -bpc
Unfortunately, looks like happiness was temporary. The problem is back, and I have absolutely no idea where the problem lies.
Here's what I did: I deleted the account. Recreated it with same package. Then attempted the transfer, and it worked.
I just noticed that something must have changed on the server. I've been struggling with this issue for last 3 days but today the mail does go....
There's no output to the above command.
[root@example-vps-sg ~]# dig sg.example.net +short
I typed the command again...
[root@example-vps-sg ~]# host 103.125.xxx.xx
xx.xx.125.103.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer sg.example.net.
So this is correct
Below is the result of this command
exigrep firstname.lastname@example.org /var/log/exim_mainlog
2019-04-25 04:39:40 1hJWAX-0002fl-Pd **...
I faced a similar issue with hotmail blocking one of my servers. I send an email requesting them to unblock. 2 days later it was done.