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Re: relaying denied



I didn't think it was a misconfiguration problem or a bug. I just thought
I may have missed something that I am not even aware of. I am a beginner
and do not know the answer for a lot of these issues.

>
> Olga,
>
> it is only in your hand to judge whether the "relaying denied" cases are
> right behaviour of your Sendmail installation or not. I can understand
> that you won't post real data about own domains and server addresses
> through this high frequency list, but on the other hand it makes it
> impossible to say something concrete.
>
> You will have to carefully check your maillog and look at each rejection
> why it happened. If you think it is a misconfiguration you will have to
> consult the available documentation. If you think it is a bug - which I
> hardly doubt -, then post it with real data to sendmail.org. From my
> impression you only posted cases where SPAMmers still hit the old
> primary server or directly try the low priority MX first. Very common if
> running mail servers nowadays.
>
> Alexander
>
>
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