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Mz_
hello
Who had this to error T=remote_smtp Defer (-53): Retry Time Not Reached For Any Host
henk
its not an error, or at least not the error that causes the mail not to be delivered. A delivery attempt was made some time before that and the next attempt is not due yet. Thats all.
Mz_
nothing to do with the db exim?
henk
It has to do with an entry in exims retry db, thats correct. But it is not an error, thats just how exim works. Check your earlier logs to find out what went wrong on the first attempt to deliver that message.
bbl
styks1987
when I run sendmail -bt for a specific subdomain I get R: system_aliases for testing@example.com. How can I remove this?
from the aliases
jgh_
look at that router and see what it's conditions are for firing
styks1987
ok
looks like it is domains = +local_domains. Can I just remove that condition?
jgh_
think carefully about what effect you will produce
read the documentation as required to aid guesswork
styks1987
any emails being sent by this server to my local domains should get delivered to the smarthost (which is the next router)
         

henk
sounds like a rather special setup & Either you know very well what you want and need or almost not at all. IMHO it would be a good idea to explain your scenario, if you want us to be able to help efficiently &
bbl
styks1987
henk: and jgk_: I was able to figure it out. I actually removed the local domains from the smarthost router which is where I wanted all mail to go no matter what. Thanks for your time
Term1nal
Good morning (or evening as the case may be!) I have a small issue. I currently have an ACL: https://ghostbin.com/paste/s727x in where I do my dns blacklist checks. I have a whitelist for domains that should make it through, and one for domain that are recipients should allow all mail through.
Problem is, my whitelist for senders doesn't appear to work very well. I have comcast.net as a line entry in the file that is specified as a "hostlist", yet emails from comcast.net are still sometimes being blocked. How can I strengthen this detection that I -really- do want those emails to make it through?
I could go by IP, but... lots of the big name senders use a plethora of sending IPs.
henk
show your list and a log entry showing the problem
Term1nal
henk: here, this should cover all the relevant details: https://ghostbin.com/paste/s727x
henk
Id try *.comcast.net in the whitelist &
Term1nal
alright, will try that.
I think I might be seeing the issue now...
might it be more appropriate to use a domainlist in this instance?
oozbooz
looking at the log files, can one determine whether messages were delivered over a single or multiple connections (clustered around the same time)
jgh_
sure. the docs chapter on logging may help
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