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Mail delivery failed from quotacheck

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by jcorreia, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. jcorreia

    jcorreia Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    it was all working nice with quotacheck and their warnings about excedeeded individual mail quota, but as as soon as I´ve changed in cpanel the default email to be :fail: (as advised so many times here) I´ve started to receveid messages like this :

    from root.
    Why is he trying to send to admin@... if I don´t even have this email, shouldn´t it be sending to the email i´ve putted in WHM in notifications ? How can I fix this ?

    Thanks,
    Jcorreia
     
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    jcorreia Well-Known Member

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    thanks,
    very helpfull this forums :rolleyes:
     
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    cpanelinfoseeker Well-Known Member

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    It would appear that your quoted error contains your solution:
    AN EMAIL THAT YOU SENT

    Perhaps you have a forwarder directed to admin or a BCC to admin.
    If no other solution works, create an admin email address and see what is trying to be delivered to it and then make the necessary changes to what is sending the email.

    The lack of log information, or a detailed description of who is sending, where is it going, who sent the original email ....etc, means that many people will not reply as there is no information for them it make an intelligent reply to.

    Ron
     
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