I agree it's crazy - but a friend's e-mails are bouncing coming from his
ISP, but OK from anyone else. When he called his ISP, he was directed
to these sites, which were showing errors, which are now magically
cleared up. So, I'm guessing the problem was on the test client's end
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Steve Jacobson wrote:
I've got a pair of domains running courier-mta - one personal, and one
business. Both of them show up with error conditions when the mail
tools at dnsstuff.com and dnsreport.com try to verify them, with the
ERROR: I could not complete a connection to any of your mailservers!
mail.sourcelabs.com: Timed out [Last data sent: RCPT TO: ]
This is a transient problem.
Can some of you try these tools on your own mailservers, and tell me if
the problem is my configuration? Or are these tools just incompatible
these tools just use smtp. they don't care if you use courier or other.
The issue is that there are some ISPs out there who are using these
tools to determine if a domain is valid or not, and who are not sending
mail to either of my domains because of these tests.
ahuh? where did you got this? nobody sane is gonna try dnsstuff before
connecting to you!
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