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SPAM issue
  Posted by  A Ze  on Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 3:28:14 PM (EST)
Hi there,

i've got a question regarding the anti-spam-feature. Here's my configuration:
I'm hosting a website on a private server with a fixed ip-adresse, located at an ISP datacenter. I'm using LS2002 for SMTP and POP3. I've activated several DNSbl (Known Spammer and Open Relay) to filter incomming SPAM, which works fine for round about 50% of the unwanted stuff.

When I activate a Dial-Up DNSbl to reduce the latest 50% of junk, I can not sent emails by myself: My email client connects via a dial-up connection to the SMTP server and is rejected. Well, this behaviour is not incorrect, but it's not exactly what I've expected. Any idea for a workaround?

Regards
Achim
  Posted by Kurt Hammond  on Friday, June 27, 2003 at 4:58:56 AM (EST)
Did you edit the MX record in your DNS settings to point to the location of your Lansuite server? I am assuming your server is not on the hosted system at the ISP. If MX record is not set correctly or not set at all, you probably won't be able to send mail.
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