The problem is that I have no idea what can be the problem and I don't know
Today, our email server is using our ISP email server... [
But I would really prefer to deliver directly WITHOUT using the server of
If Sendmail can deliver properly, using the ISP email server, it should be
That's why I asked the question whether the Reverse MX record could be a
I've made some research on DNS problem...( for sending emails .. ) but at
Robert Bonomi wrote:
> In article <4f9a5153$0$13188$426a7...@news.free.fr>,
> Steve <nore...@crap.com> wrote:
>>Following my previous question : Question on "Mail Queue" and "sending"
> "It is well known that one horse can run faster than another.
> You don't provide enough _detailed_ information for anyone to provide
>>I would love to send email DIRECTLY, without using my email server's
>>If I have a look on IntoDNS ( http://www.intodns.com/ )
>>- Do you think that this could be the problem of sending email in direct
> "Yes." one of the above.
>>Our Internet provider doesn't block the port 25
>>2) Let suppose that our provider block the port 25. and I decide to listen
> If you do things wrong, they will *NOT* work.
> If your provider blocks -outgoing- 'port 25', that does *NOT*NECESSARILY*
> It is entirely possible to receive on port 25, while being unable to send
>> Any sender will send to the port 25 so, I
> You do appear to have a vague grasp of the concept that if you do things
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