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Re: zmailer no MX record bug??
-> > > MAIL From:<firstname.lastname@example.org>
-> > >
-> > > The mail then goes into the zmailer system and then tries to connect to our
-> > > mailhost and the From is now: email@example.com ?????????
-> > > Where did this come from???? ^^^^^^
-> You DNS system has:
-> *.aec.ca. IN MX 10 mailhost.aec.ca.
-> IN MX 20 aecgate.aec.ca.
-> That is why this is happening. This entry will only match entries that
-> have no other information (ie. no specific MX record).
-> Your resolver will take add the default domain (probably "aec.ca") from
-> /etc/resolv.conf to _all_ lookups, before resolving. With the wildcard
-> MX recored, that always works.
We had this problem on Solaris 2, domain ke.sanet.sk too (we couldn't send
mail to .bitnet). We solved it adding
into /etc/resolv.conf, but this didn't work on ConvexOS...and I've heard it
doesn't work for Solaris 2.5 too. SO BEST would be removind * from MX record
in DNS zone...
Did you try to send mail to *.bitnet ? Or just test where it would go using
Matus Uhlar (fantomas,uhlar on IRC),
Computer Centre of Technical University in Kosice, Slovakia