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lame server errors in server log



Dear All,

I have been noticing lame server errors in my logs..

lame server resolving 'www.candidateverifier.com' (in 'candidateverifier.com'?): 195.224.255.6#53

lame server resolving 'kuwait25.emkanat.com' (in 'emkanat.com'?): 70.85.147.85#53

i would like to know if these errors are a problem and how to solve them

if these errors are not a problem and if these are jus notification messages its OK


Appreciate yuor help

simon


Bill Tangren <bjt aa usno navy mil> wrote:  sylvan dacounha wrote:
> Dear All,
> 
> im sorry about posting this mail as it more a sendmail problem rather then Redhat
> 
> 
> I have Redhat linux 9 server with sendmail 8.12.5 with pop3 n also imap servers and its workin fine but i hav noticed that when i send messages specially to hotmail or yahoo the mail gets deliverd to junk folder as its been treated as junk mail n not to inbox but mails send from anywhere r received correctly
> 
> i feel that hotmail , yahoo need authenticaton .. that is popb4smtp
> 
> appreciate if someone could tell me if authentication is the problem and how would i achieve this with sendmail .. so the hotmail, yahoo n gmail treat mail as valid domain name n not as junk mail so mail goes to inbox n not to junk mail
> 
> thnks and really appreciate
> 
> 
> regards
> 
> 
> Simon
> 
> 
>

You might want to check to see if your domain is on a black hole list. Try 
looking at http://www.dnsstuff.com. That might be why this is happening.

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