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Old 23rd June 2011, 17:09
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Originally Posted by norby View Post
When sending an email from the system, localhost, using Java Mail and using SMTP setting mail.example.com through port 2525 all emails are marked as "Relay Access Denied".
Please use localhost instead of mail.example.com - that way you don't have to authenticate.

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Do you think this has anything to do with my DNS settings?

DNS Info: site1.com

A site1.com. 00.63.132.34
A mail 00.63.132.34
A ns1 00.63.132.34
A www 00.63.132.34
MX site1.com. mail.site1.com.
NS site1.com. ns1.site1.com.
NS site1.com. ns2.site1.com.
TXT site1.com. v=spf1 a mx ptr -all

DNS Info: site2.com

A site2.com. 00.63.132.35
A mail 00.63.132.35
A ns1 00.63.132.35
A www 00.63.132.35
MX site2.com. mail.site2.com.
NS site2.com. ns1.site2.com.
NS site2.com. ns2.site2.com.
TXT site2.com. v=spf1 a mx ptr -all
Do you really use IPs starting with 00, or do you just use this here in the forum to hide your real IP?
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