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    senthilkumar84_2000 is offline New Member
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    Default Critical Message not sent in webclient and Zimbra Desktop


    Am using Zimbra zcs 5.11 GA, recently my ISP changed the IP series and i reconfigured my mail server with new IP, /etc/hosts file, but while am trying to send mail from web client and also in Zimbra Desktop am getting following error

    Message not sent; one or more addresses were not accepted.
    Rejected addresses:

    But am able to send the same mail from Outlook. i didn't change any settings in any other file except the above mentioned file.

    Please help me to fix

    Thanks in advance

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    Default ZimbraMtaMyNetworks

    After changing the IP address and DNS, be sure to change the ZimbraMtaMyNetworks to add the new server IP.

    /var/log/zimbra.log shows "relay access denied" when sending from the webmail or desktop client.

    You could view the current allowed networks by running this command as the zimbra user:

    postconf mynetworks

    More info here:

    ZimbraMtaMyNetworks - Zimbra :: Wiki

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