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  • Reindl Harald
    ... not with your homeuser-ip ... no, but with a ISP that has marked the ip-range for business users ... this is sure and not only for google
    Message 1 of 41 , Mar 1, 2011
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      Am 01.03.2011 09:28, schrieb kapetr:
      > So you mean, that this is not problem of bad postfix config ?
      > So I can nothing do to get it working ?

      not with your homeuser-ip

      > Maybe must every, who wants to send mails to Google, have contract
      > with Google ?

      no, but with a ISP that has marked the ip-range for business users

      > It seems to be too improbable to be possible.
      > Is this sure or is there another possibility?

      this is sure and not only for google
      spamfilter-services like messagelabs will block you too

      most mail-servers out there will reject direct mails
      from homeuser-ips because mpst of them are spambots

      we had even this problem with our business account and
      a new ip-range because th range was marked as "dialup"
      from our isp, it does not matter if your ip is static

      108.234.71.85.in-addr.arpa is a typical homeuser-ptr

      > --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
      >>
      >

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    • 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
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        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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