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From: Christian 'CBE' Benner
Date: 2004-11-22 17:43:51 -0500
Subject: [SIQ] 027 RE: MX Check

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That's the problem I had also couple of weeks before.
The same problem but other solutions.
Mine was that I'm using a hidden interface to the net
via 192.168.x.x but the public address is behind that IF.
So I need also an solution to tell milter-sender which
interface should be used.
(However the way is)...

Chris

> -----Original Message-----
> From: milters-bounce@milter.info [mailto:milters-bounce@milter.info]On
> Behalf Of Brad Kollmyer
> Sent: Monday, November 22, 2004 8:25 PM
> To: milters@milter.info
> Subject: [milters] MX Check
> 
> 
> Removal...........: milters-request@milter.info?subject=remove
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> I am seeing a problem with milter-sender checking MX hosts. I 
> am seeing the
> following message in my maillog:
> reject=450 4.7.1 MX 100 'mail2.netflix.com.' [216.35.131.152] for
> <discship@netflix.com> not answering
>  
> So if try the following a connection is not made:
> telnet mail2.netflix.com 25
> 
> If I tell telnet to use the source IP of my mail server and 
> connection is
> made and everything works as expected:
> telnet -s mail mail2.netflix.com 25
> 
> So is there a way to tell milter-sender to use a source IP 
> when performing a
> MX callback? In sendmail I am using 
> CLIENT_OPTIONS(`Addr=x.x.x.x') to set
> the source address. Could milter-sender just use this?
> 
> Brad.
> 
> 




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