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Old 25th November 2005, 07:58
semmelbroesel semmelbroesel is offline
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Found out there was yet another "external mailserver" entry. Activated that, so far no change. I am using www.dnsreport.com to check if my mail server is working, and since the DNS settings are stored on our server, my guess is that changes should come in instantly...
So so far I am still stuck...

Also noticed:
I put co-domains there for domain.com and mail.domain.com, and both show in the config window as pointing to the LAN IP adress, and both are set to have DNS and DNS MX. But I cannot access domain.com or mail.domain.com from a web browser - shouldn't I be able to get some http response after setting up these co-domains? Or do I need forwarding on?

Where am I supposed to set the external mail server record, anyway? In the Co-Domain forwarding spot?

Also just found that my co-domain "domain.com" has a domain record, but it points to the LAN IP address of the server! Interestingly "mail.domain.com" has the same settings, but cannot be found from outside the network. Obviously something must have gone very wrong here...

Last edited by semmelbroesel; 25th November 2005 at 08:50.
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