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Shelly-11
Im getting the following reply when sending email to domains on my server when I send from the outside world -
x.x.x.x does not like recipient.
Remote host said: 530 Relaying not allowed
Giving up on x.x.x.x.

All the local domains have been entered into a flat file, with the @ symbol in front of the domain. Where else should I look for other possible causes of this problem? Thanks

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Re: Relaying not allowed

Fritz Borgstedt

>All the local domains have been entered into a flat file, with the @
>symbol in front of the domain. Where else should I look for other
>possible causes of this problem? Thanks

ASSP wants you to put your local domains in -> Relaying->


Local Domains*
Addresses in these domains are considered local delivery. Separate
addresses with |. Include all subdomains.
For example: put.YourDomains.com|here.org


As you can see in the examples, there is no @ symbol in front of the
domains.


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Re: Relaying not allowed

Shelly-11
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Thanks, the no @ symbol has thrown up another problem -
Remote host said: 550 5.1.1 User unknown. The user definitely exists.

----- Original Message ----
From: Fritz Borgstedt <[hidden email]>
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Sent: Monday, 27 November, 2006 11:18:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Assp-user] Relaying not allowed


>All the local domains have been entered into a flat file, with the @
>symbol in front of the domain. Where else should I look for other
>possible causes of this problem? Thanks

ASSP wants you to put your local domains in -> Relaying->


Local Domains*
Addresses in these domains are considered local delivery. Separate
addresses with |. Include all subdomains.
For example: put.YourDomains.com|here.org


As you can see in the examples, there is no @ symbol in front of the
domains.


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Re: Relaying not allowed

Fritz Borgstedt

>Thanks, the no @ symbol has thrown up another problem -
>Remote host said: 550 5.1.1 User unknown. The user definitely exists.

I do not understand. What does that have to do with no @  ?

Are you mixing this up here with the flatfile in "Validate local
Adresses".
In *that *  file is a @ necessary if you want to allow the whole
domain instead of single adresses.




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Re: Relaying not allowed

Shelly-11
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Thank you, that was my mistake. The Validate Local Address needed the @ and the Local Domains file doesnt need them. Ive made the changes, and now is working fine. Thanks again for your help.

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Sent: Tuesday, 28 November, 2006 12:10:47 AM
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>Thanks, the no @ symbol has thrown up another problem -
>Remote host said: 550 5.1.1 User unknown. The user definitely exists.

I do not understand. What does that have to do with no @  ?

Are you mixing this up here with the flatfile in "Validate local
Adresses".
In *that *  file is a @ necessary if you want to allow the whole
domain instead of single adresses.




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Re: Relaying not allowed

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As ASSP couldn't get list of domains from cPanel/WHM you need to maintain the list manually, either enter them with pipe sign separator for "localDomains" field (just domain name without @ sign) or maintain in a file (file:files/localdomains.txt)
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