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Default ERROR "relay access denied" in sending emails from a virtual mail user

I have installed ISPconfig 3 following The Perfect Server- OpenSUSE 11.1(ISPConfig 3] and things seems to work fine. It is a great work.
But, I have a problem with my virtual mail users.
I have defined a new mail domain and a new email box in that domain.
I can login to sqirrel mail with that email box and receive all my emails. But cannot send out any emails!
I get the following error:
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Message not sent. Server replied:

Transaction failed
554 5.7.1 <user@some.mailserver>: Relay access denied
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Any one can give me a hint to solve my problem?
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