[Evolution] Outgoing Mail
- From: "Claude S. Sutton" <claudesutton cognisurf com>
- To: evolution-list gnome org
- Subject: [Evolution] Outgoing Mail
- Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 00:46:53 -0400
Must be an error with the setup. My guess is when you setup, your
outgoing mail has a default SMTP server and it will not relay the
message if the "from address" is not within it's list of "allowed" email
I am confused.
I can send from the old addresses.
I can send from the new address to the old addresses or to anyone else.
No one can send to the new address including my granddaughter who is on
a different ISP than any of the above.
I am using Alltel wireless and Shield's Up tells me that my address does
not have reverse DNS.
Some ISP's reject mail with that feature.
I am working on that angle next.
That still does not answer why my granddaughter's mail is rejected
unless the new ISP killed the mailbox because of the reverse DNS thing.
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