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Re: Strange message looping
-> > I noticed a strange behavior. We have a friendly domain which has my
-> > mail host as one of MXes:
-> > kommersant.com preference = 10, mail exchanger = smtp.kommersant.com
-> > kommersant.com preference = 20, mail exchanger = koi.smtp.online.ru
-> > koi.smtp.online.ru is one of the 'alias' IP interfaces opened on
-> > deimos.sovam.com. This name *is* mentioned in the 'localnames' database
-> > (and yes, it it sorted alphabetically). Although, I am getting messages
-> > like the one below (probably when the primary MX is unreachable):
-> This is why the /etc/zmailer.conf can have line line:
-> The problem is at the MX-lookup at the SMTP-client.
-> The SMTP-client does not know which IP-addresses are
-> owned by the system, and there is no simple reliable
-> way to do it... Except by listing them manually.
But why does router forward that message to smtpclients ?
Is something wrong in the 'routes' file ? should be mails to kommersant.com
forwardes to primary mail exchanger or what ?
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