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Compatibility with RedCondor Spam filtering

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  1. TAK

    TAK Well-Known Member

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    We are trying to adjust a server so that email will work in conjunction with a spam filter by RedCondor (http://www.redcondor.com).

    Basically how it works is that you set the MX record to smtp1.redcondor.com, and all email is sent to their server. From there, it is filtered, and then returned back to the originating server (which in this case, it is of course running cPanel). Everything as far as the email getting sent to RC and filtered works fine, but when it is returned it is then rejected by the server.

    The error is as follows:


    Does anybody have any suggestions on how to get around this problem?

    Thanks!
     
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    Are the domains that you're expecting email for listed in /etc/localdomains?
     
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    Yes they are.
     
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    RedCondor are not allowing you access, contact them with that error and get them to fix it
     
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    Unfortunately that is the error that our server reports back to them ;)
     
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    Try this via ssh.

    /scripts/mailperm
    /scripts/fixrelayd

    It will solve this problem sometimes.
     
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    same issue - no help

    i am having the same issue. tried running those two scripts and no luck
     
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    Please don't cross-post on the forums.
     
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