I apologize.. the problem was on my client host.. I had a symantec client firewall running that was blocking ports 25 and 110 :o
I already do that.. and not working anyway..
the point is that I although had set the firewall to accept all connections on all ports and even...
is there any PREROUTING or POSTROUTING rule that I should add to my iptables to allowing my LAN for sending outgoing mails?
for now my...
ok, I did it.. and got the same problem
This is how iptables is configured now..
Here it is..
Chain INPUT (policy DROP)
target prot opt source destination
ACCEPT icmp -- anywhere anywhere...
hey a got the same error when trying to send mails outgoing mi LAN:
Feb 8 22:12:19 myserver postfix/qmgr: 31E2DA8734:...
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