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554 Message Refused

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jogel, Nov 6, 2006.

  1. Jogel

    Jogel Member

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    when i'm sending / forwarding e-mail with a link I'm getting the following error as an e-mail reply.

    SMTP error from remote mail server after end of data:
    host k2smtpout-v01.prod.mesa1.secureserver.net [64.202.189.86]:
    554 Message refused

    I tried to disable the Spam Trapper in the WHM as well as the Spam assasin
    but alas I'm still getting the same error .


    any ideas

    thanks in advance

    JOgel.
     
  2. krava

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    Hello,

    What does /var/log/exim_maillog say ? Did you check it ?
     
  3. Jogel

    Jogel Member

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    Hey ,

    How do i check it
    can i check it from WHM / Cpanel. ??

    THanks In advance
     
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    No, it is accessible via SSH only.
     
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    If you want file access through WHM you could install Chirpy's Explorer, which allows you to view and edit files via WHM.

    http://configserver.com/cp/cse.html

    Excellent little tool!
     
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  6. Jogel

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    Ok Thanks for the help so far
    This Error Returned
    I Logged into the server.
    and in the exim log i have only the start time and the port it's listening to.

    I contacted Godaddy.com 'cos it's a godaddy dedicated server and they mentioned I should check my relay server.
    Any Idea where to go from here ?

    TIA

    Jogel
     
  7. chirpy

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    This error:
    Is coming from the remote server. It's the server at 64.202.189.86 that is refusing the email. Is 64.202.189.86 your server? If so, then there should be a line in exim_mainlog stating why it was refused. If not, then you'd have to ask whoever is responsible for 64.202.189.86 why they're refusing your email.
     
  8. Jogel

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    bump,

    Still getting lots of these e-mails .
    Chirpy ,
    k2smtpout-v01.prod.mesa1.secureserver.net [64.202.189.86]
    is Godaddy's "E-Mail" Relay Server.

    Can I bypass that and make my server push email without godaddy's annoying filters ?

    thanks in advance,

    Jogel
     
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    I would guess that they're intercepting port 25 outbound traffic so there'd be no way round without bouncing email off another server on a different port. You'd have to ask Godaddy why they're bouncing your email.
     
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