[Mailman-Users] Problems with my domain

D'Arcy J.M. Cain darcy at druid.net
Thu Oct 21 00:27:50 CEST 1999

Thus spake Michael Rose
> I was wondering if anyone could help me with a problem I am having.  When
> we send mail out using Mailman, the mail is only delivered to those with a
> domain of ag.arizona.edu.  When I checked the smtp-failures file in my log
> directory, I got the following message, many times.  This example is just
> from someone with the domain "u.arizona.edu" which are our primary users
> besides those with "ag.arizona.edu".  
> Sep 15 20:10:11 1999 TrySMTPDelivery: To xxxxxx at u.arizona.edu:
> Sep 15 20:10:11 1999 TrySMTPDelivery:
> Mailman.pythonlib.smtplib.SMTPRecipient
> sRefused  / {'xxxxxx at u.arizona.edu': (550, '<xxxxxx at u.arizona.edu>... we do
> not
> relay')}  (dequeued)

You aren't blocking yourself from relaying, are you?  Sometimes people
forget to allow their own IP to access the SMTP port.  This can go
unnoticed if your local mail programs call sendmail directly but mailman
connects to the SMTP port.

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