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Re: Domain of sender address ... does not resolve

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Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:

> On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 15:07 -0500, Bill Davidsen wrote:
>> g wrote:
>>> Bill Davidsen wrote:
>>>> The nameservers in /etc/resolv.conf are the authoritative DNS for the domain,
>>>> both are up, etc.
>>> mind posting your /etc/resolv.conf
>> # generated by NetworkManager, do not edit!
>> domain tmr.com
>> search tmr.com
>> nameserver
>> nameserver
> This is actually pretty useless without seeing the named config file on
> (and 101 I guess). As someone else already said, it's
> likely to be a reverse lookup failure.

correct, you are.

[after posting, my dead butt crashed after 3 days and 2 sleep periods
 of less than 3 hours. fingers were not following thinking.]

should have been, "mind posting your /etc/resolv.conf of servers."

have a look at them to insure you are resolving correctly.

firewall making a change?

reboot of servers and your system, [i know, a lot of trouble, but.]

view returned message in full view and note headers to insure that proper
address is being applied. also, note error number.

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