I noticed a problem with the zen rbl.Hi,
Does this new feature whitelist your own users on that server? I don't mind blocking incoming from 3rd parties listed but not block my own from sending.
While this is how the Exim ACL Flowchart claims it will work, this is not actually what is happening on any of our servers. We are inundated with people that can't send mail since the upgrade.The acl block for rbls is after the accept line for authenticated smtp sessions so you shouldn't have an issue if you are using the default configs.
The problem I had was that the client went out of town and couldn't access their local ISP, as its an on network only type of thing. So, they had no choice but us my SMTP.I will - I'm having a heckuva time myself. Most of mine just want to send their mail, so they change their SMTP to their ISP instead of helping troubleshoot which is great for them, but making this really really difficult to pin down.
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