|Problems configuring SMTP
on Wednesday, April 30, 2003 at 10:44:22 AM (EST)
I configured the LAN Suite in my network and it seemed to be working pretty fine.
Until I realised that I can't manage to send email to addresses other than the ones registered as user/aliases.
I always receive this message:
Attached message cannot be delivered:
firstname.lastname@example.org - 'smtp.vix.terra.com.br': 554 : Recipient address rejected: Relay access denied
Can someone help me? I even tried sending directly through DNS but it didn't work as well.
on Wednesday, April 30, 2003 at 11:42:04 AM (EST)
"Attached message cannot be delivered:
email@example.com - 'smtp.vix.terra.com.br': 554 : Recipient address rejected: Relay access denied"
This means that 'smtp.vix.terra.com.br' is rejecting your message because it's coming from "firstname.lastname@example.org". You will need to contact whomever owns 'smtp.vix.terra.com.br' for assitance. This is a common anti-spam measure.
on Wednesday, August 31, 2005 at 5:24:15 PM (EST)
I don't think this solution is true. I get the same message back here and there.
Attached message cannot be delivered to these recipients:
email@example.com - 'smtp.pasigns.com:587': 554 : Relay access denied
firstname.lastname@example.org is the intended email recipient.
smtp.pasigns.com:587 is my isp smtp server.
The message comes from email@example.com - which is the 620Lan server.
If I restart the server, i can send the message again and it will go through. No changes at all. The message is not being rejected by anyones spam detection, because the message is not going outside my own local network. It just gets sent back immmediately. There is sometheing else up here. Any ideas?