Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

291062Diagnosing missing mail

Expand Messages
  • Charles Marcus
    Jan 31, 2013
    • 0 Attachment
      Hello all,

      We finally ditched postini for MailDistiller for our anti-spam service, and are mostly happy, but we're having a problem receiving certain emails from a site affiliated with our Bank of America accounts...

      Here is the headers for a message that did actually get through today, but most of these just disappear into some black hole, and MailDistiller tech support says they don't see any rejects in their logs...

      Subject:
      CashPro Freedom Check Positive Pay - No Exceptions
      From:
      "CashPro Freedom" <cashpro_freedom@...>
      Date:
      2013-01-31 12:51 PM
      To:
      <validuser@...>
      Return-Path:
      <cashpro_freedom@...>
      X-Original-To:
      validuser@...
      Delivered-To:
      validuser@...
      Received:
      from relay-eu1.maildistiller.com (relay-eu1.maildistiller.com [5.135.34.120]) by smtp.media-brokers.com (Postfix) with ESMTPS id DB1BA97BEAE for <validuser@...>; Thu, 31 Jan 2013 12:54:51 -0500 (EST)
      Received:
      from mdac202.dco.mdlocal (unknown [10.15.14.42]) by relay-eu1.maildistiller.com (Mail Distiller ESMTP Server) with ESMTP id 657A06007E for <validuser@...>; Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:07:47 +0000 (UTC)
      X-Virus-Scanned:
      Mail Distiller engine
      Received:
      from mailout04.westnotificationsgroup.com (mailout02.westnotificationsgroup.com [216.57.96.9]) by relay-eu1.maildistiller.com (Mail Distiller ESMTP Server) with SMTP id AE082275 for <validuser@...>; Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:04:30 +0000 (UTC)
      X-Mailer:
      Centerpost SMTPSender v1
      Message-ID:
      <35E5377A6D824C679EFFD4C02EFFEEEE@...>
      MIME-Version:
      1.0
      Content-Type:
      text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"
      Content-Transfer-Encoding:
      quoted-printable
      content-language:
      iso-8859-1
      X-MDID:
      A0qdqN30JkvA

      This line looks weird to me:

      Received:
      from mailout04.westnotificationsgroup.com (mailout02.westnotificationsgroup.com [216.57.96.9]) by relay-eu1.maildistiller.com (Mail Distiller ESMTP Server) with SMTP id AE082275 for <validuser@...>; Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:04:30 +0000 (UTC)

      Why does mailout04 think it is mailout02 (mailout02 hostname is in parenthesis following mailout04)?

      Also, the time on that server appears to be very wrong - could that also cause some kind of low-level reject, maybe even a firewall dropping the connection?

      Would appreciate someone who understand DNS better than me looking at these hostnames and seeing if there is a serious enough problem somewhere that could cause mail to disappear...

      Thanks...


    • Show all 2 messages in this topic