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Problems sending e-mails -> unrouteable mail domain "hotmail.com"
i have some problems sending out e-mail with a small mailinglist (only 24 subscriber)
When sending the newsletter i becom error: unrouteable mail domain "domainname.com" This is fo every domain in the list (all 24 subscribers domains) I use this mailinglist several weeks and works fine. I also try to send mails via php and via SMTP but both give the same error.
Can anyone give me a tip what could be wrong?
thanks in advance
Check /etc/resolv.conf. Probably your nameserver is down.
Do you get valid IP address from 'dig mx domainname.com' in the shell?
not sure if this is the problem.. when i send e-mails by outlook it works fine..
ops ...it's back and works....
Check if you exceed the number of emails sent per hour. Normally if you exceed then then unroutable error sprouts up.
You just need to increase that number in that case.
uhm... they are all bounced back again...
"ThinkSupport" do you mean in WHM- tweak Settings ?
If so yes, i set 90
Yes I was talking about "The maximum each domain can send out per hour" found under Whm -> Tweak Settings.
I would suggest you to increase the number somewhere between 200 to 400.
I have the same problem.
The max is set to 200.
Deleted eximail trap... from /etc/ as per bugs cpanel...
As far as I can tell, resolv.conf is correct.
It's only through php scripts / mailing lists/forums..Outlook sends fine to single recipients.. Multiple recipients in outlook generates same error.
I have the same problem
server recive files good
when i send fom outlook it is work
but the server does no send the emails
I do everything but still not exists
the user nobody can use email
no limitation for hour send
resolve.conf is correctly have my DNS
I do /scripts/eximup --force also
and the server still not sending e-mail
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Check exim -bt
, if that shows it as routable and your maillog still shows the occasional domain as unroutable, then he/she has hit his hourly limit. [email protected]
You could do that, but it might be wiser to increase the maximum for just that one domain by putting a line in /var/cpanel/maxemails:
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I leave the system limit at 150 per hour and bump up the per-domain limit for domains that need it.