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Reason: Fatal error sending message: Permanent error with Rcpt To: 550-Verification f

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bluejhavoc, May 25, 2004.

  1. bluejhavoc

    bluejhavoc Active Member

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    New to cPanel. Have done some looking around and I know it is something I am doing wrong but I can't figure it out. Downloaded Putty to SSH into my unit. Went to www.hostinglife.com and tried to follow directions.

    http://forum.rackshack.net/showthread.php?threadid=22881

    Fixed broken NDC/BIND.

    Manual checks pico/etc/wwwacct.conf

    Went fine then I try pico/etc/resolv.conf
    and I getlogin as: root
    Sent username "root"
    :
    Last login: Mon May 24 20:36:50 2004 from 0.0.0.0
    root@myweb [~]# pico/etc/resolv.conf
    -bash: pico/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory
    root@myweb [~]# [~]# pico/etc/resolv.conf
    -bash: [~]#: command not found
    root@myweb [~]# -bash: pico/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory
    -bash: -bash:: command not found


    Can somebody help in my next step. I would like to start mailserver. I am actually experimenting on a different domain so when I light up the real thing things might go smoothly.

    By the way I own the cpanel machine so I can /whm or /cpanel into it if I need to.

    I know it has to do with my Ptr records but I can't seem to change them in /whm

    Thanks in advance
     
    #1 bluejhavoc, May 25, 2004
    Last edited: May 25, 2004
  2. BenThomas

    BenThomas Well-Known Member

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    try adding a space between pico and /etc/resolv.conf :)
     
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