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fresh install of cpanel/redhat and every email isn't being sent, mail queue backed up

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by edkhosting, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. edkhosting

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    None of the emails sent by the box have been sent out they are all sitting in the mail queue. Alot of these are from a phpbb board which uses sendmail. All the emails are just sitting and haven't been delivered. The server has been up for 4 days and there is 650 emails sitting.There was an ip check probem with the server host name but I don't use the server host name but added the ip in an a record anyway. Other then that I don't know what the problem is. Has anyone seen this on here for a new install that exim isn't sending out any emails? I searched and didn't find anything.
     
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    You need to post what appears in the exim_mainlog when you try and send out an email.
     
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    2005-08-21 23:51:01 1E73Ku-0000Cw-Fl == signups@domain.com R=lookuphost T=remote_smtp defer (-44): SMTP error from remote mail server after RCPT TO:<signups@domain.com>: host domain.com [209.59.140.xxx]: 451 Temporary local problem - please try later
     
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    This "SMTP error from remote mail server" is saying that the problem is at the receiving mail server. If it should be a local delivery, then it'smost likely the domain is missing from /etc/localdomains
     
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    this is mail being sent from another server that is s2.domain.com and the email account is on domain.com each are a web server with a db server of db.domain.com. I just moved datacenters so s2.domain.com have a new ip.
     
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