ntlworld email problems
joe at pavilion.net
Tue May 2 12:02:31 BST 2000
There's nothing obviously wrong with it. NTL's mail server ip address
appears to resolve properly to a name. (Which is one reason why it may
have been broken).
On Tue, May 02, 2000 at 11:01:55AM +0100, Scott Mitchell wrote:
> Is anyone else using ntlworld as their ISP? Their SMTP relay can't seem to
> get mail through to email@example.com (ie. the mailing lists).
> Probably the FreeBSD hub is rejecting them for some reason -- Jonathan
> Bresler is looking into this -- but as I haven't got any errors back (yet)
> it's kind of hard to tell why.
> Mail to every other destination I've tried so far works through the relay.
> I can get mail through to the lists if I don't use the relay, but that's
> likely to cause other problems given that I'm on a dynamic dialup IP.
> Any clues? This was sent through the ntl relay, so if anyone can look at
> the headers and tell me why hub.freebsd.org would have dropped it, be my
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