Originally Posted by falko
What's in your mail log when this happens?
I had everything working for a short while. There was a default alias that was conflicting. Now I'm getting a new error. I sent a couple emails and they both bounce back with the error message below. The messages went through but I didn't get them until way after I sent it.
454 454 4.3.0 TLS not available due to local problem (state 9).
When I look in maillog I see a few of these:
certificate verification failed for gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com; num=18:self signed certificate
warning: peer certificate has no subject CN
warning: No server certs available. TLS won't be enabled
I tried sending an email and when I look in the maillog there is no record of my email in the log yet.
Originally Posted by zinnium
did you remember to setup the DNS with the company you purchased the domain from for the mail??? There is a difference between the mail and the web DNS.
If its not setup correctly: You can shoot emails out of the webmai. but when emails come to you, they are resolved at the proper DNS record.
I just set up the DNS records on the registrars site. We had transferred over to a new host and changed all the nameservers, etc to our new host. I didn't know you had to change it on both.