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Old 21st July 2006, 18:14
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Default 1 email working, but others arent?

I currently have 2 sites setup and they both have administrative users. The first site is my main site's domain which is also the main domain for my server. The second site is a site that I have created, it has a seperate domain.

At the moment email is working for my first site eg. user@mymaindomain1.com works fine sending and recieving, but the other user eg. user@othersite2.com is sending and recieving locally, but not externally, ie. If I send an email from hotmail to user@othersite2.com, it is not recieving it, same if I use that email to send to hotmail, hotmail isn't recieving it.

user@mymaindomain1.com seems to be recieving from hotmail and everything so it is working fine.

Any suggestions as to why my second site's email is not working? Thanks in advance
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