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check_mail_permissions could not determine the sender domain

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by ervvan, Feb 28, 2013.

  1. ervvan

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    Hello,

    Sending email to aliases do not work and gives me (+- 2 days)

    Code:
    LOG: MAIN
      cwd=/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot 4 args: /usr/sbin/exim -v -M 1UB5kS-0002Dm-SX
    delivering 1UB5kS-0002Dm-SX
    LOG: MAIN
      check_mail_permissions could not determine the sender domain [routed_domain=skynet.be message_exim_id=1UB5kS-0002Dm-SX sender_host_address=94.23.114.17 recipients_count=1]
    LOG: MAIN
      => discarded <xxx@domain.be> R=has_alias_but_no_mailbox_discarded_to_prevent_loop
    Connecting to in.mx.skynet.be [195.238.5.129]:25 ... connected
    LOG: MAIN
      Remote host in.mx.skynet.be [195.238.5.129] closed connection in response to initial connection
    LOG: MAIN
      == xxx@skynet.be <xxx@domain.be> R=lookuphost T=remote_smtp defer (-18): Remote host in.mx.skynet.be [195.238.5.129] closed connection in response to initial connection
    can you please help me because there are a lot of emails waiting ..

    thank you
     
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    This can happen when you have a forwarder on the source and target email account forwarding to each other. Is that the case here?
     
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    Sorry I do not understand :(

    >> This is strange because I did not hit my server ... I just noticed that the problem appears when the alias is redirected to a xxxx@skynet.be
     
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    Is there a forwarder at skynet.be pointing back to the sending email account?
     
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    example

    test@domain.com ('alias' on my server) redirects xxx@skynet.be (this is an internet provider in Belgium) it does not work for 2 days ..

    and emails (only aliases that point to xxx@skynet.be) remain in mail queue manager
     
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    Server is blacklisted by Skynet.be ? (Belgacom)
     
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