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    Default [SOLVED] Message not sent; one or more addresses were not accepted.

    I moved my server, modified the host file, added a few domains and everything seems smooth. I can use my CalDav and send and receive mail through IMAP, but I get this message when sending to domains not in my server through the webmail...

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    Message not sent; one or more addresses were not accepted.
    Rejected addresses: email@domain.com
    I've tried to restart the services, but have no luck. Perhaps it's just too late to clearly, but anyone got an idea?

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    Search the forums for "Rejected addresses", there's a ton of post that describe your problem and the resolution.
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    Thanks, found the answer at this wiki incase someone comes here for help.


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