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Re: posfix rejected from google server

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  • aa
    Hi, I agree with Ruberg, the problem isn t your postfix configuration but only that google considers not enough reliable your ip although it s public and
    Message 1 of 41 , Mar 1, 2011
      Hi,
      I agree with Ruberg, the problem isn't your postfix configuration but only that google considers not enough reliable your ip although it's public and static.

      About the RDNS, the problem isn't it because if you have a static ip address, sure you have a RDNS provided by the isp gave you that address. You can check it by using nslookup or dig query for example....

      But do you have an ADSL contract for private users or for business companies?

      2011/3/1 kapetr <kapetr@...>
      So you mean, that this is not problem of bad postfix config ?
      So I can nothing do to get it working ?

      Maybe must every, who wants to send mails to Google, have contract
      with Google ?
      It seems to be too improbable to be possible.

      Is this sure or is there another possibility ?

      --kapetr

      ----- PŮVODNÍ ZPRÁVA -----
      Od: "Eero Volotinen" <eero.volotinen@...>
      Komu: "kapetr" <kapetr@...>
      Předmět: Re: posfix rejected from google server
      Datum: 1.3.2011 - 9:13:10

      > 2011/3/1 kapetr <kapetr@...>:
      > > Hello,
      > >
      > > I need help to get sending e-mails out fo my
      > > Ubuntu 10.10 box.
      > > >
      > > My PC is connected via ADSL modem (NAT) with
      > > static public IP
      > > > adress.
      > > It is standard "Internet client" standalone
      > > computer.
      > > > I want to use Postix (e.g while logging of sent
      > > mails, ..) instead
      > > > of using my ISP's SMTP server. So I have
      > > installed Postfix.
      > > >
      > > If I send (from Evolution MUA) test email via
      > > Postfix
      > > > from <jiri.panek@...> to e.g.
      > > <jiri.panek@...>, then all
      > > > goes OK.
      > > But if I send email to <kenap.irij@...>,
      > > then it FAILS.
      > > >
      > > In log is:
      > >
      > > -------------------------------------
      > > Mar  1 08:28:46 duron650 postfix/qmgr[12923]:
      > > 4F758A2F17:
      > > > from=<jiri.panek@...>, size=572, nrcpt=1
      > > (queue active)
      > > > Mar  1 08:28:47 duron650 postfix/smtp[13007]:
      > > 4F758A2F17:
      > > > to=<kenap.irij@...>,
      > > relay=gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com[74.125.39.27]:25,
      > > delay=0.99,
      > > > delays=0.41/0.11/0.28/0.2, dsn=5.7.1,
      > > status=bounced (host
      > > > gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com[74.125.39.27] said:
      > > 550-5.7.1
      > > > [85.71.234.108] The IP you're using to send mail
      > > is not authorized
      > > > to 550-5.7.1 send email directly to our servers.
      > > Please use the SMTP
      > > > relay at your 550-5.7.1 service provider
      > > instead. Learn more at
      > > >                    550 5.7.1
      > > http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=10336
      > > > a17si5071366fak.100 (in reply to end of DATA
      > > command))
      > > > Mar  1 08:28:47 duron650 postfix/cleanup[13003]:
      > > 46508A2F18:
      > > > message-id=<20110301072847.46508A2F18@...>
      > > > > > > Mar  1 08:28:47 duron650 postfix/qmgr[12923]:
      > > 46508A2F18: from=<>,
      > > > size=3139, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
      > > Mar  1 08:28:47 duron650 postfix/bounce[13014]:
      > > 4F758A2F17: sender
      > > > non-delivery notification: 46508A2F18
      > > Mar  1 08:28:47 duron650 postfix/qmgr[12923]:
      > > 4F758A2F17: removed
      > > > Mar  1 08:28:50 duron650 postfix/smtp[13007]:
      > > 46508A2F18:
      > > > to=<jiri.panek@...>,
      > > relay=mx50.seznam.cz[77.75.77.47]:25,
      > > > delay=3, delays=0.08/0.01/2.1/0.82, dsn=2.0.0,
      > > status=sent (250
      > > > 2.0.0 Mail 5201 queued for delivery in session
      > > 7c9300000034.)
      > > > Mar  1 08:28:50 duron650 postfix/qmgr[12923]:
      > > 46508A2F18: removed
      > > > -------------------------------
      > >
      > > I have spent many time with googling about this.
      > > I have found many
      > > > questions, but no answers.
      > >
      > > So I have try change my "myhostname" in main.cf
      > > (and restart
      > > > postfix):
      > >
      > > myhostname = 108.234.broadband4.iol.cz
      > >
      > > This is the correct (from  reverse DNS lookup)
      > > name of my "outside"
      > > > address.
      > > But this do not help.
      > >
      > > So ... what is the problem ?
      > > What kind of test exact does the server of
      > > Google mail ?
      > > > Haw to satisfy its  requirements ?
      >
      > Google is possibly blocking your dynamic ip range,
      > you need to use
      > smarthost. ("relayhost")
      >
      > --
      > Eero
      >


    • kapetr
      Just a note ONLY FOR: Reindl Harald ... If I know, you followed this thread - so you could know, that I have more then once said:
      Message 41 of 41 , Mar 10, 2011
        Just a note ONLY FOR:

        Reindl Harald <h.reindl@...>

        >Sorry but what is your problem?

        >you can not use your home-machine as mailserver and
        >nothing will change this, so what is new in your
        >message after this long thread where so many people
        >made clear what happens and why?


        If I know, you followed this thread - so you could know, that I
        have more then once said:

        *******************
        Note: once again - I had understand and totally accept the fact,
        that I can't send mail directly from my "dynamic range" IP, so I use
        relayhost.
        *******************

        The only problem is, that you have respond to special replay, which
        was determined only for Peter Evans <peter@...> , who has ask me
        for sending test e-mail directly ...

        --kapetr
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