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Current Mail Issues Going On

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by exodux, Dec 7, 2004.

  1. exodux

    exodux Well-Known Member

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    Getting the following messages when i run 'tail -f /var/log/exim_mainlog' command in the linux bash prompt -

    2004-12-08 15:26:56 unexpected disconnection while reading SMTP command from (profbuh.kuz.ru) [80.244.38.215]
    2004-12-08 15:27:02 H=(hsdbrg64-110-208-78.sasknet.sk.ca) [64.110.208.78] sender verify defer for <Hahn@earthlink.net>: host lookup did not complete
    2004-12-08 15:27:02 H=(hsdbrg64-110-208-78.sasknet.sk.ca) [64.110.208.78] F=<Hahn@earthlink.net> temporarily rejected RCPT <dimian@tiamos.com>: Could not complete sender verify
    2004-12-08 15:27:02 unexpected disconnection while reading SMTP command from (hsdbrg64-110-208-78.sasknet.sk.ca) [64.110.208.78]
    2004-12-08 15:27:08 H=(69-171-4-217.lkwnny.adelphia.net) [69.171.4.217] sender verify defer for <auro@comidamexicana.com>: host lookup did not complete
    2004-12-08 15:27:08 H=(69-171-4-217.lkwnny.adelphia.net) [69.171.4.217] F=<auro@comidamexicana.com> temporarily rejected RCPT <dimian@tiamos.com>: Could not complete sender verify
    2004-12-08 15:27:08 unexpected disconnection while reading SMTP command from (69-171-4-217.lkwnny.adelphia.net) [69.171.4.217]


    can anyone please help with this. The accounts do exist.

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    RedHat 9 i686 - WHM X v3.1.0
     
  2. exodux

    exodux Well-Known Member

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    The above message is also coming up for all the other users on my server as well.
     
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    what is the entry at: /etc/hosts and /etc/resolv.conf ?
     
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    Issue has been fixed.
     
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    I'm getting the same thing as this. How was this resolved?
     
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    make the entry at the /etc/resolv.conf for all your nameservers.
     
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    Change the nameserver addresses in your /etc/resolve.conf file to ones that belong to the datacentre.

    100% of the time, you`ll find that the datacenter nameserver ip's are better off being used rather then the ones on your own server.
     
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    Care to share what that was?
     
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    changed the /etc/resolv.conf ip addresses to real ones that actually exist.
    not sure if a cpanel update overrided the /etc/resolve.conf and put it's own ip in there but whatever one was in there, surely didn't exist cause nothing was resolving at all.
     
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    That's interesting. Because mine had an IP in there that was like 1.2.3.4; or something just as silly.
     
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