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non-authoritative domain... email Unrouteable

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Paonza, Jun 7, 2007.

  1. Paonza

    Paonza Member

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    Hi All..

    Everything was working good until yesterday Cpanel 11 upgrade...

    I manage a non-authoritative domain. The DNS zone as been deleted.
    But if I try to send email out from the server to this domain it doesn't work: Unrouteable address.

    someone could give me a tip, please?

    thx
    Fabio
     
  2. misterq

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    I'm having the same issue with some domains generating an unrouteable address error since upgrade to version 11.

    The email addresses themselves are perfectly valid, and I have checked resolv.conf. In fact, if I run exim -bt address@domain.com, it finds the mail server fine.

    The mailer daemon message takes the following form:
    Code:
    A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
    recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:
    
      address@domain.com
        Unrouteable address
    Strangely, the mailer daemon, back to the sender just sits in the queue. When you try to send it from the queue, the following message is shown:
    Code:
    Message 1HwZbc-00081W-L6 is no longer frozen
    delivering 1HwZbc-00081W-L6
    LOG: MAIN
      ** sender@localdomain.com: Unrouteable address
    LOG: MAIN
      Frozen (delivery error message)
    Why the local sender's address should also be causing problems is beyond me.

    I have made sure eximmailtrap is disabled and allowing "nobody" to send mail.

    The error message in exim_mainlog is as follows:
    Code:
    2007-06-15 13:47:46 1HzBCp-00022f-Mo == address@domain.com R=lookuphost T=remote_smtp defer (111): Connection refused
    2007-06-15 13:55:19 1HzBCp-00022f-Mo ** address@domain.com: Unrouteable address
    Any help appreciated!

    R
     
  3. Paonza

    Paonza Member

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    Do you have the account configured in /etc/remotedomains? If the MX is hosted elsewhere, you will need to remove that domain from /etc/localdomains, and place it in /etc/remotedomains.

    ciao
    Fabio
     
  4. misterq

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    Hi Fabio

    The issue is occurring across a number of accounts on the server. They are all localdomains trying to send mail out. Since it is not one account, and it only ocurred since an upgrade to Cpanel 11, I don't think this is the issue.

    Thanks though!
     
  5. Cystrix

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    Same here! Does anyone have a solution for this? Ive searched the forum, but nothing I try works!
     
  6. michutsg

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    I have the same problem. Any solutions?
     
  7. eNetHosts

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    This problem popped up on one of the servers we were working with today and it was freshly reloaded to cP11 CURRENT.

    Configuration was correct, DNS setup properly just mail came back unrouteable.
     
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    i got the same problem after upgrade to cP11 CURRENT.... ...please help...
     
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