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Any1 here have experience setting up Postini w/CPanel?
You'll have to manually edit in the DNS zone in /var/named via SSH and then do:
Would that affect all the domains on our server or just the particular domain requesting the Positini filter?
Just the particular domain. Each domain has their own zone located in /var/named. The zone files are in the format of "
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We happen to use Postini ourselves and here are the changes we made to the zone file:
domain. tld. IN A 127.0.0.1
Yours might look a little different, but should be about the same idea.
domain. tld. MX 10 username.s5a1.psmtp.com.
domain. tld. MX 20 username.s5a2.psmtp.com.
domain. tld. MX 30 username.s5b1.psmtp.com.
domain. tld. MX 40 username.s5b2.psmtp.com.
Last edited by layer0; 12-12-2006 at
Hey there - I'm also trying to configure Postini, but unsuccessfully thus far.
Only the MX records require being changed?
Also, does it matter where in the DNS zone file the MX records are inserted?
I am getting 550 errors from Postini's SMTP test.
That is correct, you only have to change the MX records. It doesn't really matter where in the file you put them just make sure to replace or remove the old MX record(s). Might also want to check to see if the domain is listed in /etc/localdomains