That will encourage me - and others - to take time out to help you. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Hi, For this issue, here are some suggestions below. The error you have posted is usually a fault with the receiving side, not you. X1 is Shaw and is for browsing the internet only.
. If you are using cPanel email then use Local Mail Exchange, which then accepts all email coming to the server. In such cases, they might not have ever actually configured their email clients for authentication for outbound messages. We're committed to dealing with such abuse according to the laws in your country of residence. So, regardless whether there is an internal issue with Hotmail server 65. Sorry I just saw your post after I post the previous. Strange that yesterday all emails was stuck with the same smart host and what's even more strange is that I use the same smart host on other servers and they had no problem.
Still would be a very useful workaround. I am using the latest DirectAdmin, updated a few days ago. I carried out another test this morning, I sent 10 emails from my Hotmail account accessing using hotmail. They or their host should fix things. I would check relay setting and authentication in both mailserver and client.
By the way, since Exchange 2003 is old Exchange version, we have not supported for Exchange 2003. They were all basically the same error. If only one domain, please check step 1. Com resolved to Telus Ip and I have to give them a server name that will resolve to the Shaw Ip. The smart host may also have tried to route email a different way which Exchange cannot. We'll get back to you only if we require additional details or have more information to share.
. Emails I believe are send out via the primary wan that is Shaw but received via the secondary wan that is Telus and mail. To know more about this issue, you can refer to this links below: Please let us know if you have more questions. First, we appreciate the information you provided as this will help us investigate further with your issue. I made some changes yesterday on the exchange 2010 server as follow.
Trying to use an outbound server for inbound email for example. The following address es failed: host recipientdomain. Sending to through gmail has no problem it uses the first server, ie. In short: Not your fault, not your problem. Hello, The issue is coming due to the wrong setup at email routing. This issue is only happening from Hotmail email addresses. Final-Recipient: rfc822; Action: failed Status: 5.
. This is happening from my main address. I understand that your Outlook account is active, what the previous moderator trying to tell us was the account of the recipient is no longer active that's why you are getting that error when sending a message. . Have a question about this project? E browser to my work ctcaviation. It is best to ensure that you have console access before changing the firewall rules, because it is possible to accidentally lock yourself out of the server. I called shaw to create a reverse lookup and they said that mail.
All I can see is that they are intended to the same company. That will encourage me - and others - to take time out to help you. How can I solve this problem? Upon analyzing the error message, I realized that it is not applicable to my environment - there is something else going on. There is something we need to remember. I would say anywhere from 10% — 50% bounce back.