RE: hostname mydestination and myorigin with Virtual Mailbox Doma ins
- Thanks Wietse,
And the end of this year, I will change DSL provider to xs4all, and they
give you the option to choose your own hostname. I hope this will help me
solve my issue
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> Some mailservers return my mails with the message:This hostname information is maintained in a PTR record that maps your IP
> Status: 5.0.0
> Diagnostic-Code: X-Postfix; host mx.home.nl[18.104.22.168] said:
> refused: ip-12-23-123-12.adsl.provider.nl is a silly name for a mail
> 550 server or server has no name. (in reply to RCPT TO command)
address to a hostname.
They are NOT using the A record!
> So I want to create decent names like mx.a.com and mx.b.nl and thenThat won't change the PTR mapping from your IP address to hostname.
> create And A record for mx.a.com and mx.b.nl that points to
- Ignore sites with silly restrictions on client hostname
- Route mail for such sites through an ISP (use transports(5) map).
- Get a real PTR record by upgrading to bu$$ine$$ class.