its most likely something wierd in the config, dunno what tho. kinda thought ISPConfig setss up PTR record correct when you add our DNS stuff
doubt port 53 is blocked since its not behind a FW atm, and the server should respond since it responds to dns queries. also responds to PTR queries
The problem is:
When i try to send an email via our server to a customers email hes server replies with
553 You have a reverse DNS problem!...
I fixed some of the problems tht dnsstuff showed,
Stil gt the same problem tho, any more ideas?
Have DNS set up on a ISPconfig box
tryin to send mail to a person and i get this error msg back
553 You have a reverse DNS problem...
running the risk of repeating myself ill say it again,
I have not edited any database records, xept this one to stop ISPConfig from updateing...
Recycle bin is empty as can be
I did n ot change it in the ISPConfig webinterface becouse it IS and have ALWAYS been set to EXTERNAL
Further more there is NO, none, zero ,zip,...
did a dirty fix, i went into the database table "isp_isp_domain" and changed the field domain_local_mailserver to null, it hade 1 in it, should be...
the site i have enabled External for dont have any co-domains and i doublechecked 5 times and resaved etc and it STILL gets added to local-host-names
It have always been set to external. the domain gets added to the local-host-names anyhow
I have set em all to external, still the domain is added to local-host-names
and i dont have any special stuff on my install, just a normal...
I have the same problem
For the sites that i have selected external mailserver they STILL show up in my local-host-names file.
I have not...
Got a line in my crontab file reading like this:
05 02 * * * /root/ispconfig/php/php /root/ispconfig/scripts/shell/backup.php &> /dev/null
Separate names with a comma.