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Send email take too much time

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by ahmedsa, Apr 28, 2015.

  1. ahmedsa

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    I have mail server in sme 7.5 linux
    my domain is domain.sa
    External ip is
    78.93.xxx.xx
    dns is
    212.93.xx.xxx
    Recieve is ok good
    send is late may be 5 hours to reach to outside domain(gmail-yahoo-hotmail)
    why
    my settings of sme server fixed from 5 years not changed
    before one week until now
    I notice that when i send email from my domain to outside domain
    it late too much time
    what happen i dont know
    Can you help me in solving this problem if possible

    also status of internet in mail server is succefully access
     
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    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    Hello,

    Are you sure that you are using cPanel? The OS you have referenced is not supported.

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  3. ahmedsa

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    Thank you for reply
    i know I need to check my setting for mx record for my domain - Removed - is correct or not
     
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    Could you clarify if you are using cPanel on a supported OS?

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    thank you foreply
    what you mean about using cpanel on supported os
    i dont write any code in cpanel
    only using cpanel
    to join external ip to our world
    what the relation between os and cpanel
    what i need actually to helping me check mx records have problem or not
     
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    It's important to understand information about the server you are running, because the quoted statement indicates you are running cPanel on an unsupported OS. As far as MX records, you could check a website such as IntoDNS to determine if they are properly configured.

    Thank you.
     
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