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|22/01/2017 21:34 robert2:|
|Hey, this is probably a stupid question but I couldn't find anything on the forums. |
The thing is working good so far, outgoing emails are arriving perfectly, BUT, I'm not getting any of the emails that are being sent to me at my own address, they always get delayed and then they fail to arrive. I always get this error:
"Recipient server did not accept our requests" error
You'll see this error message if Gmail isn't able to connect to the email server of your email's recipient.
What to do if you see this message
The problem usually goes away quickly without you doing anything. Try sending the email again later.
If you keep getting the error:
Check if there are any mistakes in the recipient's email address.
Contact the customer service department of your recipient's email provider. For example, if you're trying to send an email to yourfriend[ dog ]example.com, contact Example's service department.
If you see this error when sending messages to someone at your work, school, or other organization, talk to your administrator.
Also, whenever I connect using telnet to my own smtp and try the command mail from: I always get an "unknown user" error. What am I doing wrong?
|22/01/2017 21:36 robert2:|
|Also after checking the logs I found this: |
!->22/01 10:33:32 [188.8.131.52:52533>2525] (t2 26) >mail from
!-<22/01 10:33:32 [184.108.40.206:52533<2525] (t2 27) <550 Unknown user
!->22/01 10:33:41 [220.127.116.11:52533>2525] (t2 28) >mail from user[ dog ]domain.com.ar
No idea why it's coming up with that "spamer detected" I never spammed anyone as I'm only sneding emails yto myself on my gmail account, this isn't a static IP though I've had it for like 2 years already.
|23/01/2017 04:01 Max:|
|The server detect spam with help blacklist and graylist that you can direct in options. |
Also server accept messages from your domain senders only from "Us IP ranges" that directed in options, or, optionally, after POP3 authorization.
Messages without sender address also detect as spam.
Probably, in log you look real spam. Most popular problem for SMTP server, -- it is absent of MX DNS record for domain.