freedog96150

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I would check at dnsreport.com and dnsstuff.com at your DNS records and your REVERSE DNS records. I was having some problems with my mail being properly sent/received with various hosts. A quick search at dnsreport.com showed that my MX record and A records for the mail server DID NOT match what the datacenter configured for the rDNS records. I had the data center change the rDNS entry to reflect the name of my server and changed the appropriate DNS records on my server and all was good.

You might also want to Google on and find out how to disable the sender_callout_verify feature on your Exim mailserver.
 

mickalo

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I would check at dnsreport.com and dnsstuff.com at your DNS records and your REVERSE DNS records. I was having some problems with my mail being properly sent/received with various hosts. A quick search at dnsreport.com showed that my MX record and A records for the mail server DID NOT match what the datacenter configured for the rDNS records. I had the data center change the rDNS entry to reflect the name of my server and changed the appropriate DNS records on my server and all was good.

You might also want to Google on and find out how to disable the sender_callout_verify feature on your Exim mailserver.
thx's, I found what I needed ;)

Mickalo