[Mailman-Users] Undeliverable mail

Elvis Fernandes elvisfern at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 04:01:06 CET 2005

Hi Mark,

You are right, it is a domain problem.
Thanks for looking.


On 12/7/05, Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
> Elvis Fernandes wrote:
> >When I send an email to the mail list unix_sysadmin, I get the following
> >msg:
> >
> >Your message was not delivered to the following recipients:
> >
> >unix_sysadmin at utc80.am.com: <unix_sysadmin at utc80.am.necel.com:> 550
> >5.7.1 <unix_sysadmin at utc80.am.com>
> ><unix_sysadmin at utc80.am.necel.com>... Relaying denied
> >
> >Howevre, when I login to the above mailman server box "utc80" and send
> >an email to unix_sysadmin, I do receive the email.
> >
> >Could someone tell me what is going on, and how I could fix it?
> The MTA that originated that message is being asked to deliver a
> message received from a source outside its local domain to a
> destination also outside it's local domain and has been configured not
> to allow that.
> This is an MTA configuration issue (or perhaps a DNS issue or possibly
> Mailman using a non-local outgoing MTA issue). It is not clear to me
> whether Mailman is even involved here. Does this message come on
> attempt to post that doesn't even reach the list or an attempt to
> deliver from the list?
> --
> Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net>       The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan

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