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    Default Uh oh...

    During configuration testing I attempted to email myself a test. It came back undeliverable because I didn't have my config correct yet. However now I do and I can't send myself another mail without an error because it seems zimbra held that address in memory and I've even stopped and restarted zimbra to no avail. How can I flush this address?

    msg - Message not sent to any recipients because of these failed addresses: dond@foo.com
    code - mail.SEND_FAILURE
    method - ZmCsfeCommand.invoke
    detail - soap:Sender
    constructor -
    function ZmCsfeException(msg, code, method, detail) {
    if (arguments.length == 0) {
    return;
    }
    AjxException.call(this, msg, code, method, detail);
    }

    toString -
    function () {
    return "ZmCsfeException";
    }

    dump -
    function () {
    return "AjxException: msg=" + this.msg + " code=" + this.code + " method=" + this.method + " detail=" + this.detail;
    }

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    Default nameserver?

    You running a caching nameserver? You may want to restart that, if so.

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    Not that I know of. Unless zimbra uses one or fc3 has one running by default.

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    Default nscd, I think

    FC3 may run one - do a ps and look for nscd (I think)

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    nope, nothing. seems it won't send anything to that entire domain. I've got a domain with the same name on it in zimbra and it won't send from one of the others to that one either. seems strange.

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    Do you mean you see it when you compose? If so check your contacts it may be saved there.

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    Nope, it's not in my contacts, but because it failed the first time I sent it. It seems it won't bother to try it again like it's hashing it against a table somewhere and when it matches it won't even attempt to deliver it.

    Also when I send other test emails to the same domain, they never make it there, but they also never show an error when I send. Emails to all other domains seem fine.

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    I'm not that far into it. I'll just re-install.

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    If you send from a external account like gmail to this address does it work? When testing are you on the local box running Firefox? Have you tried to test from a remote client (so run the browser off a 2nd box)? There is a bug with Firefox that when trying to send locally it will eat 100% CPU and cause mail to not be delivered due to timeouts.

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    I am currently testing so I haven't actually attempted to receive email on this server yet as I have another functioning e-smith server running email right now. The box is behind a router that will receive all inbound smtp traffic. I can send to all domains except the one I tried when my configuration wasn't correct. The mail came back from postfix undeliverable. Now whenever I try to send to that specific address I get the error I pasted in my first post. All other addresses to that same domain seem to send fine but never make it there.

    I am connecting remotely from the lan to the server with firefox. IE looked horrible and had some rendering issues imho. I'll try opera or mozilla next.

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