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451 local server problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by razivbazaz, Aug 28, 2014.

  1. razivbazaz

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    Hi to all

    recently i opted to use google apps for my emailing. As read in some of the blogs,firstly i created an google app account for my domain and later created all tge user as i have in cpanel. Further i changed the mx entry in cpanel to google mail server details.

    but when i am trying to send email from the cpanel user account , it shows me the 451 error as mail server replied:action aborted. Could not send email.local server problem

    can anybody help me on fixing this.
     
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    Hello,

    Please check your domain present under /etc/localdomains

    If you domain not found then you need to put it.
     
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    Means no any entry created under /etc/localdomains for your domain please make entry as per other domains. Then try to send email.
     
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    I am not much techsavvy in using the command line. However I did tried by googling it on how to do it. Perhaps I believe that it might land me in some trouble. So in such are there any other way on how to check whether the domain entry is there or not.
     
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    Hello,

    You can do it from WHM also. Go to WHM => Edit DNS zone => Select domain => In bottom in "Email Routing for" select Local Mail Exchanger option and save it :)
     
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    Well Actually I have chosen that as Remote mail exchanger in order to route emil through google app server. If I change it to local exchange option then then the emil would route through local machine.

    I have chosen the remote exchanger and provided the google mail server MX entries,,,,,,As such the email which I am sending showing the 451 error.
     
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    Hello,

    Please choose Automatically Detect Configuration: option.
     
  8. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    You should not try to use an email account you created in cPanel if you have updated the MX records and have email handled through Google. The email accounts you create in cPanel are not valid if all email is handled through the remote mail server. There is no method to link cPanel to the remote mail server, thus any email actions you complete on cPanel have no purpose. You must handle all aspects of email through your remote mail server.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thank you very much for providing this information. In such case, what would happen to emails which are sent to customers during online purchase from webserver where website is hosted. As per your information, it looks this feature cannotbo automated..and also same for contact us forms.

    Isnt there any solution for this..
     
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    The email should be routed to the remote mail server as long as the domain name exists in /etc/remotedomains.

    Thank you.
     
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