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Re: Message lost?
Re: Message lost?
Fri, 5 Nov 2010 10:20:36 +0300
2010/11/5 Bob Proulx <address@hidden>:
> The machine eggs.gnu.org is the MX relay for gnu.org. All incoming
> mail for gnu.org addresses will be received by eggs. Here eggs is
> pushing the mail back with a temporary rejection 451. The 400 series
> codes are temporary rejections. A permanent rejection would be a 500
> series code. Temporary rejects happen for reasons of full disks or
> DNS lookup failures or other reasons and simply cause the mail to stay
> in the sender email queue. The sender will retry again later. If the
> situation continues then eventually the message delivery will timeout.
> But usually the issue will be resolved and the message can then be
> delivered when it retries.
> The reason given was "Could not complete sender verify callout" which
> means that eggs tried to determine if your address <pent at
> aparamon.msk.ru> could receive messages. If you look at the logs on
> the host aparamon.msk.ru you should find record of eggs trying to send
> a message probe to it. That probe was denied. aparamon.msk.ru would
> not receive email. Because of that eggs pushed back your mail with
> the 451 temporary rejection. It is temporary because at some point in
> the future aparamon.msk.ru might be able to accept the email.
> In summary the reason eggs rejected your email is that your email
> server rejected eggs email.
> Looking at why aparamon.msk.ru won't accept email I see that it is
> missing an MX record.
> $ host -t mx aparamon.msk.ru
> aparamon.msk.ru has no MX record
> Secondly aparamon.msk.ru is not accepting connections on the SMTP
> $ connect aparamon.msk.ru 25
> FATAL: Unable to connect to destination host, errno=111
> If you configure aparamon.msk.ru to accept email from eggs then you
> should be able to send email from that address. When you changed to
> gmail.com that worked because gmail.com allows eggs to send it email.
> Hope that helps,
Thanks you and Ward for detailed reply!
After I setup SMTP, what is the best way to test I can actually send
mail to gnu.org?
Thanks for your support,