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    bad owner for /etc/vfilters/domain.com

    Does anyone have any suggestion to the above? Thanks Oddvin
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    bad owner for /etc/vfilters/domain.com

    not resolved Thank you for your input. However, I still have the same issue. I may add that these bounce emails are originally sent from my autorespoder script, probably as 'nobody'. (I'm not that into this stuff) Also I don't see any changes in the vfilters/123system.com file. Any...
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    bad owner for /etc/vfilters/domain.com

    I have searched the forum for an answer to this problem. I have a VPS server with WHM and have just setup an additional account/domain. Now, there's in a problem with bounce emails that doesn't get past the mail queue : == [email protected]
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    dns server recursive lookups bad?

    Thanks I finally guessed that was the reason and it's good to have it answered here ;) However, (don't know if this matters), but when restarting DNS server (Named) it says: loading configuration from '/etc/named.conf' Apr 23 11:35:06 server named[25341]: no IPv6 interfaces found Apr 23...
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    Can't Send/Receive Email (exim_paniclog has undefined subroutine)

    Exim Mail Queue My emails are stuck in Exim Mail Queue and are not delivered. I just ran /etc/eximup --force but problems remains Here's what it states when looking at the messages in Queue. 1FXKTF-0006zQ-Pt-H root 0 0 <[email protected]> 1145721389 0 -helo_name homexp1...
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    dns server recursive lookups bad?

    named.conf I was Finally able to edit named.conf and After I made the change dnsreport.com stated PASS on Open DNS servers ;) However, my server monitoring stated DNS : This test failed! Here's how my named.conf looked like : options { directory "/var/named"; allow-recursion {...
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    dns server recursive lookups bad?

    How to open name.conf Hello, Could anyone tell me how I actually get into (or open) named.conf ? I know it's located in the etc/ folder. I assume you are using SSH/Shell Access in cpanel? I've tried to enter "vi named.conf", but there are no info displayed. Could anyone shead some...