lowest numbered MX record points to local host

sexy_guy

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More problems. I have 67 boxes of which 20 are cPanel. Every single one of them has one issue or another with cPanel. If its not one thing its another. The change password issue was on #57 now we have the MX record problem on another. No consistancy. All running the same build all reporting different problems on all 20 boxes. E87 is now reporting the MX problem on another box and my user was told she was not allowed to relay even after she had Authentication checked in Outlook. She is not trying to relay. She is trying to send email to one of her domains :rolleyes:

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Curious Too

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Originally posted by sexy_guy
More problems. I have 67 boxes of which 20 are cPanel. Every single one of them has one issue or another with cPanel. If its not one thing its another. The change password issue was on #57 now we have the MX record problem on another. No consistancy. All running the same build all reporting different problems on all 20 boxes. E87 is now reporting the MX problem on another box and my user was told she was not allowed to relay even after she had Authentication checked in Outlook. She is not trying to relay. She is trying to send email to one of her domains :rolleyes:

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That error usually means the domain is not listed in /etc/localdomains

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sexy_guy

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Re: Re: lowest numbered MX record points to local host

Originally posted by Curious Too
That error usually means the domain is not listed in /etc/localdomains

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Yep, thanks i wonder how that happened?

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wwwhosts

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is that /scripts/mailperm?

if it is it should be in whm cos it needs running nearly every day.

if not, what script is it?

thx

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smarcellini

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it is /scripts/mailperm.

I opened two tickets for this problem.

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Website Rob

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I have it in my crontab:

0 4,16 * * * /scripts/mailperm
7 4,16 * * * /scripts/addfpmail

Some how and for some reason, file permissions for Mail get changed on some accounts, to 644 instead of 660. The script corrects that.

Could run it more often I guess, but twice a day seems to work fine. The additional "addfpmail" is for correcting FrontPage eMail settings -- just in case.

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Bruce

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Just enter them like this ?

# run-parts
01 * * * * root run-parts /etc/cron.hourly
02 4 * * * root run-parts /etc/cron.daily
22 4 * * 0 root run-parts /etc/cron.weekly
42 4 1 * * root run-parts /etc/cron.monthly
0 4,16 * * * /scripts/mailperm
7 4,16 * * * /scripts/addfpmail

That would sure help so I wouldn't have to manually run mailperm over and over

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