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Re: Problem with secondary server


El 12 Feb 2001, a las 14:07, Rocio Alfonso Pita escribió:

>  Hello!
>    I'll try to explain my problem. Excuse me for my english.
Maybe it's just me, but I quite don't understand a couple of things 
below... if you want to resend this message to me in Spanish (that is 
your language, is it?) I can translate it into English and resend it to 
the list. Anyway, I'll give it a try right now.

(if your language is Portuguese, you can still write to me, but I don't 
know if you'll get such a good translation :-)

>    I have a primary server with zmailer and a secondary one with zmailer
> too. In the DNS configuration the 10 MX is the primary and the 20 MX is
> the secondary.
>    The problem is that standing the primary up, messages are incoming to
> the secondary server. Why?
This is what I don't understand, what do you mean by "standing the 
primary up"?

>    When a message is in the secondary server, why doesn't it come back
> to the primary server?
You should define a "route" in the secondary server to send messages to 
the primary, though if you have the dns well configured, it should also 
work without it.

What is exactly happening? mail from "outside" ends up in the secondary 
and doesn't get relayed? is smtpserver running in the primary?

For a stupid test, try doing a telnet to the port 25 of the primary and 
see if smtpserver answers it.

>    Thanks in advantage.
>      Rozio