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    Hi, I am a new user of zimbra and I have installed Zimbra 7 (ZCS). After configure zimbra and put the ISP Host in the MTA values, I have sent a test email to my gmail account. This mail does not get ever. Looking at the log I saw the following error message:

    - " host hostisp.com[IP de ISP Host] refused to talk to me: 451-the server has reached its limit for processing requests from your host. 451 please try again later"

    Does anyone know what happens? Or if I'm missing something in the configuration?
    My idea is to send and receive mail through the hosting. To receive I use fetchmail.
    Sorry for my English, I am Spanish.
    I hope your help. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariopetit View Post
    Hi, I am a new user of zimbra and I have installed Zimbra 7 (ZCS). After configure zimbra and put the ISP Host in the MTA values, I have sent a test email to my gmail account. This mail does not get ever. Looking at the log I saw the following error message:

    - " host hostisp.com[IP de ISP Host] refused to talk to me: 451-the server has reached its limit for processing requests from your host. 451 please try again later"

    Does anyone know what happens? Or if I'm missing something in the configuration?
    My idea is to send and receive mail through the hosting. To receive I use fetchmail.
    Sorry for my English, I am Spanish.
    I hope your help. Thank you
    I should think that you need to ask your ISP what that error message means and if you're allowed to relay mail through them. Is there any reason you can't deliver mail directly?

    You should also take a look at these: "451-the server has reached its limit for processing requests from your host" - Yahoo! Search Results
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    Bill


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    I have sent a mail to ISP service and I am waiting for your reply.
    The main reason is that I don't want to lose the domain mail and maintenance associated

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariopetit View Post
    I have sent a mail to ISP service and I am waiting for your reply.
    I assume you mean you're waiting for a reply from your ISP?

    Quote Originally Posted by mariopetit View Post
    IThe main reason is that I don't want to lose the domain mail and maintenance associated
    I don't understand what you mean by that statement.
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    I assume you mean you're waiting for a reply from your ISP?
    Yes

    I don't understand what you mean by that statement.
    Sorry for my English isn't very good

    I wanted to say the following:

    I am a contracted with ISP mail domain. I have many clients and they know that domain. (user@ISPDomain.com)
    If I configure Zimbra to send mail, I would have to create another domain for zimbra (user@ZimbraDomain.com) and customers would receive the email with the domain of Zimbra.
    This would cause confusion to my clients.
    I not be if you understand me.
    Thanks

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    The ISP I responded with the following:

    If I give the IP you can authorize 'anything'. But I understand that it is an option of Cpanel 'bans' by default for security issues.

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    Thanks for the help, the problem is the ISP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariopetit View Post
    Thanks for the help, the problem is the ISP.
    Glad you've fixed it.
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