Re: [tmail2000] How can I send a e-mail without be blocked.
- Dear Mr / Mrs,
I think that in this case maybe smtp server didn't relay [relay is turned
off] - so you can send messages only to local domains for server (this
address is not in my allowed recipients ...) or this server is with POP
priority - first log with POP3 after that send messages.
If you are running your own server app. you can set local domain using IP
instead (to prevent running DNS server : RFC822, 821): local domain can be =
localhost or = 127.0.0.1 ; please don't forget to create postmaster account
to prevent 550 error! Make sure that bol.com.br is local and check mx
records for domain (using additional software) + add external IP and all
network cards IPs.
Please note that if your server requires authentication for smtp , when you
are sending messages to local (for server) domain you can send messages
direct - without user/pass - it seems that this case you described below -
try POP loggin before smtp(this is not standart, but often used). Sometimes,
if you are LAN user when server tries to get your IP this can be problem
too - try using Port mapping software ... because for server IP address like
192.168.0.xxx is not valid IP
--- yallebr <ycvp@...> wrote:
> I try to send a e-mail to any e-mail account with a smtp thats
> user set. But the smtp are having problems.
> 553 - "sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts
> 550 - "Command failed. Mailbox is unavailable."
> 553 - "<adef@...>: Recipient address rejected: Para enviar
> mensagem pelo UOL, voce deve se identificar. Para isso, clique
> em ""Enviar e Receber Mensagens"" (no Outlook Express) ou
> em ""Receber Mensagens"" (Get Message, no Netscape) e digite sua
> senha de acesso ao UOL. [To send messages via UOL, you must identify
> yourself. To do this, click ""Send and Receive Messages"" in Outlook
> Express or ""Get Messages"" in Netscape, and type in your UOL access
> 550 - "not local host bol.com.br, not a gateway"
> Thank´s !
> Yalle Cunha.