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rispa 11th September 2008 10:33

Problem sending mail in specific domain
Hi i have this problem.I just cant send mail in Here is the message :
The mail system

<>: host[] said: 554
delivery error: dd This user doesn't have a account
( [0] - (in reply to end
of DATA command)
the account is defenetly correct and working. I can send in other domains.
please help.

till 11th September 2008 12:44

I dont think ist a problem with yahoo in general, the error message just says that there is no such email address at yahoo.

rispa 11th September 2008 12:46

Yes i know, but i can send mail to this account from my gmail account

till 11th September 2008 13:00

Ok, then make sure that:

1) You do not send from a dynamic IP address
2) Your IP is not blacklisted
3) That you have a correct reverse dns record for your IP
4) That the domain to send emails from in /etc/postfix/ is correct and not e.g.

rispa 12th September 2008 17:55

Sorry for the delay. I checked all the things you said and i still have the problem. I know that its very weird but any other ideas?
Thanks for your patience.


falko 12th September 2008 18:04

Please check if your server is blacklisted:

rispa 12th September 2008 18:34

The results of this diagnostics:

Banner : ESMTP Postfix (Ubuntu) [938 ms]

Connect Time : 0.25 seconds - Good

Transaction Time: 4.328 seconds - Good

Relay Check: OK - This server is not an open relay.

Rev DNS Check: OK - resolves to

GeoCode Info: Geocoding server is unavailable

Session Transcript:
250 [234 ms]
250 2.1.0 Ok [312 ms]
554 5.7.1 <>: Relay access denied [234 ms]
221 2.0.0 Bye [2359 ms]
9/12/2008 10:29:25 AM Central Standard Time

falko 13th September 2008 12:10

Do you have an SPF and reverse record?

rispa 13th September 2008 17:07

Sorry for my ignorance but what is SPF ? I'm not very experienced in this area.

rispa 13th September 2008 17:13

i read in wikipedia for SPF and i don't have SPF.

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