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    Default No inbound mail???

    this is a mockup of a email failure on my wifes ISP email... I can send her mail, send mail back and forth within mydomain.com... but cannot receive mail from external sources.

    I have my system as split-DNS, im bound, and got the admin consul running. I have turned on my ISP's relay so I can send mail externally, so I must be missing the config to received.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.. I am 98% there.


    Email Failure notice from optonline.net:

    This report relates to a message you sent with the following header fields:

    Message-id: <500245DB26ED4AD1826E2ADEFA4765AA@MommyPC>
    Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:50:44 -0500
    From: xxxx xxxxxx
    To: xxxx@mydomain.com, admin@mydomain.com
    Subject: test back in

    Your message cannot be delivered to the following recipients:

    Recipient address: admin@mydomain.com
    Reason: Illegal host/domain name found
    Recipient address: jespejo@mydomain.com
    Reason: Illegal host/domain name found

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    Please PM me your domain name so I can check it.

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