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Caelum
what do messages like '2010-04-04 05:40:34 1NyIZW-0004SB-20 == yuhauhu@yahoo.com.tw R=dnslookup_relay_to_domains T=remote_smtp defer (-553): retry time not reached for any host' in my mainlog mean?
I blocked port 25 in the meanwhile
candyban
When you have an MX record for the domain name test.com, will this also be a valid MX record for sub.test.com ?
i.e. Will exim lookup sub.test.com first, then test.com and finally com (or will it stop at test.com?)
What about SPF records?
Simon-
no
candyban
Simon-, so it will stop at sub.test.com?
So if there is only an MX record on test.com, then an email going to sub.test.com cannot be delivered?
Simon-
if there are no MX records it will try A/AAAA records
it will not try any other hostnames
candyban
Ah ... thanks, because I couldn't get a straight answer from RFC 1035 nor from google (perhaps I asked the wrong question)
Simon-, is that default behavior or is that exim specific?
Simon-
candyban: it's how SMTP works
candyban
Simon-, yes, I found it in rfc5321 section 2.3.5 (I was reading the wrong RFC)
Simon-, thanks a lot
bonez2046
how can I find this error.. and repair it > 2010-04-04 10:27:34 1NyCZs-0004mT-Lk == h4gd@fyrenice.com R=mailman_router T=mailman_transport defer (0): Expansion of "${if def:local_part_suffix {${sg{$local_part_suffix}{-(\\w+)(\\+.*)?}{\$1\}\}\} {post}}" from command "/var/lib/mailman/mail/mailman '${if def:local_part_suffix {${sg{$local_part_suffix}{-(\\w+)(\\+.*)?}{\$1\}\}\} {post}}' $local_part" in mailman_transport transport fa
         

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