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email bounce backs

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by deanc, May 8, 2008.

  1. deanc

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    hello,

    I am not a cpanel expert that person is no longer with the company just so you know so you may have to treat me like a nub which i am.

    I have several of our clients that cannot send email to our server they get bounce back with the error < mta10.adelphia.net #5.1.1 smtp; 550 Sender verify failed> when I check his email in cpanel i get Virtual_aliases via virtual_aliases router forced address failure.

    I am starting to think that I have something set up wrong because this is not an isolated problem it happens with several of our clients.

    any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
     
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    Please help
     
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    It may be due to the wrong MX record entry for your domain. Please verify if it is correct.
     
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    I had this same issue with a domain name I added. We're just hosting the website so I deleted the DNS entries. This didn't work, Exim thought it was still managing the email for the domain. The following solved my issue:

    "remove the domains from the localdomains file and put them in to the remotedomains file" (Thanks to Steven Byrd)
     
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