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    Question Can't receive email.

    I Have installed a ZCS5.0.18 on a Redhat AdvServer 5. Sending and receiving email works better In localdomain. Sending email to Internet is ok too,but it can't receive email from Internet. I have checked MX record by administrator console.It tells pass mx checked. Could help me?

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    Code:
    cat /etc/hosts
    cat /etc/resolv.conf
    dig yourdomain mx
    dig yourdomain any
    host `hostname` <- note backticks and not single quotes
    Does /var/log/zimbra.log provide any information on why it will not process external email ? Have you tried telneting to port 25, from a external point, to your server and ensuring that it is responding ?

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    This seems to be the third time you've asked the o/p the same question, let's hope there's a reply this time.
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    My server have not firefox installed. log info can't reply.Just a moment.

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    dig mx or any is normal.
    host `hostname`:
    mail.bjkfzs.cn has address 210.74.144.87
    mail.bjkfzs.cn mail is handled by 10 mail.bjkfzs.cn.

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    Post the full output of all the commands you've been asked to run.
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    system returns:
    <mindow@bjkfzs.cn>: host mail.bjkfzs.cn[210.74.144.87] said: 550 5.1.1 <mindow@bjkfzs.cn>: Recipient address rejected: bjkfzs.cn (in reply to RCPT TO command)

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    telnet server via port 25 reply:
    220 mail.bjkfzs.cn ESMTP Postfix

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    Quote Originally Posted by mindows View Post
    telnet server via port 25 reply:
    220 mail.bjkfzs.cn ESMTP Postfix
    This isn't useful, you need to post the full output of all the commands you were asked to run earlier.
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