unrouteable mail domain

ramonr

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I just fixed a hostname problem I had, now i am having problems sending emails
I get this error:

unrouteable mail domain "xxxxx.com"

I tried to reinstall exim but I get this error:

[email protected] [~]# /scripts/eximup --force
Exim (maildir) Setup Script Version 20.0
Fetching version information from http://updates.cpanel.net/eximinstall/version (RELEASE)....Use of uninitialized value in numeric eq (==) at /scripts/cPScript/DnsRoots.pm line 61.


Any help would be appreciated.
thanks
 

AndyReed

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ramonr said:
unrouteable mail domain "xxxxx.com"
See if /etc/eximmaitrap exists, and if it does, delete it. Then set eximmailtrap=0 in /var/cpanel/cpanel.config
 

ramonr

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Thank you but its not there

/etc/eximmaitrap: No such file or directory.

Anyone can help?
Thanks
 

patryk

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Start with /scripts/upcp --force - you seem to have a problem in CPanel files..
 

rootuser

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***INDIA***
check exim -bt [email protected] if you getting


[email protected] is undeliverable:
unrouteable mail domain "yahoo.com"

problem may be in your resolve.conf file, please check your name server's.

if it is giving something like


host mx2.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.70] MX=1
host mx2.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.135] MX=1
host mx2.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.72] MX=1
host mx2.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.168] MX=1
host mx2.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.136] MX=1
host mx3.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.74] MX=1
host mx3.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.10] MX=1
host mx3.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.12] MX=1
host mx3.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.134] MX=1
host mx1.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.14] MX=1
host mx1.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.73] MX=1
host mx1.mail.yahoo.com [4.79.181.15] MX=1
host mx1.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.71] MX=1
host mx1.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.19] MX=1
host mta-v1.mail.vip.re3.yahoo.com [66.196.97.250] MX=5


email routing is working fine.



try to update exim and check valias entries also.
 

ramonr

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patryk said:
Start with /scripts/upcp --force - you seem to have a problem in CPanel files..

That might be the problem, I tried that in ssh but got the same error line displayed hundreds of times looping indefinately:

Use of uninitialized value in numeric eq (==) at /scripts/cPScript/DnsRoots.pm line 61.Use of uninitialized value in numeric eq (==) at /scripts/cPScript/DnsRoots.pm line 61.Use of uninitialized value in numeric eq (==) at /scripts/cPScript/DnsRoots.pm line 61.......

thanks
 

eXpirium

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I've tried to do both things: deleted eximmailtrap and changed it's value to 0 in cpanel.config, and after that I used /scripts/upcp --force - but I still have a problem to RECEIVE email. I have no trouble to send it.

Any idea?
 

AndyReed

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I've tried to do both things: deleted eximmailtrap and changed it's value to 0 in cpanel.config, and after that I used /scripts/upcp --force - but I still have a problem to RECEIVE email. I have no trouble to send it.
It seems like your problem is different and not related to the main topic of this thread. If you can't receive mail, check the log files for any errors.
 

gr8ex

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Regarding the unroutable mail domain issue, things to be checked are.

if resolv.conf is correct.

If /etc/eximmailtrap exists. If yes remove it and restart exim. Also set eximmailtrap to 0 in /var/cpanel/cpanel.config

If the server is running clamd just restart clamd using /scripts/restartsrv clamd


Hope that will help.