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From: Robert Schetterer (rssys4.de)
Date: Thu Dec 05 2013 - 09:00:21 CST
Am 05.12.2013 15:45, schrieb listsrhsoft.net:
> nobody said that anywhere
> if they receive mails from other senders that senders
> are *not* using DNS and ignore the MX
yep i agree in this, but as long deliver is related at resolv public dns
whith such mx , produce an error looks fine to me.
> Am 05.12.2013 15:26, schrieb Roman Gelfand:
>> I am not sure I understand. I am sending out email from postfix.
>> Postfix looks up the target domain mx record. Are you saying the
>> domain the target domain's dns server varies response based on query
>> source ip address?
>> On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 1:34 AM, Robert Schetterer <rssys4.de> wrote:
>>> Am 05.12.2013 03:12, schrieb Roman Gelfand:
>>>> Supposedly, the recipients are getting their emails from other
>>>> senders. However, when sending email from postfix, I get mx
>>>> malformed bounce.
>>>> I did a dig on mx record for that domain and got...
>>>> enlglobal.com. 300 IN MX 0 .
>>>> Is this legit? If yes, what is the mail server? what do I need to do
>>>> for postfix to recognize it?
>>>> Thanks in advance
>>> as far i remember...
>>> normally this is a trick from the domain owner ,to say no mail for that
>>> domain ( avoid typos etc ), if postfix did an error everything is fine,
>>> you dont need to do anything, if you like mail from that domain dns
>>> record should be changed
MfG Robert Schetterer
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