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Old 17th September 2008, 04:02
Br8knitOFF Br8knitOFF is offline
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Okay- couple of things:

1. Looks like the IP address you're using for your MX record is blacklisted by at least AT&T, and most likely others. That will certainly contribute to email problems. If the address you're using for your MX record is a statically assigned IP address, ask your ISP to add create a PTR record for you that matches your A record:

Non-authoritative answer: name =

2. You need to check your /etc/postfix/ specifically, your 'myhostname', 'mydomain' and the 'mydestination' parameters:

"Sep 16 16:20:57 lianli postfix/smtp[5469]: 2624D47EE6D: to=<>, orig_to=<>,[]:25, delay=0.76, delays=0.32/0.04/0.39/0, dsn=5.4.6, status=bounced (mail for loops back to myself)"

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