dmphotography wrote:Also Izzy,
As I mentioned in my post, it can also be an issue with reverse DNS Look up and that's an issue that will more than likely be next to impossible to sort out with your ISP unless you have a business plan.
That why I posted this in your thread so as to explain to you why PTR (Reverse DNS) is important for a correct HELO in your Mercury Configuration - normally the DNS look up is IP to DNS well PTR is DNS to IP or is it the other way around perhaps.Izzy wrote:...but there may be other blocking forces at play...PTR (Pointer - the Reverse DNS entry, Rejects a message if reverse PTR record does not match HELO host).
220.127.116.11.in-addr.arpa IN PTR 203-217-40-33.perm.iinet.net.au 86399s (23:59:59)
The LAN I had in mind was where you had multiple accounts on the network that required an email service for both internal and external sending and receiving of emails for those account holders and you had a fully qualified domain name that was setup at your domain name registrar that had DNS and MX records pointing to a dedicated IP and which was also sanctioned by an ISP or you had your own dedicated server at a data centre - AOL is a questionable commodity on that score.w4vy wrote: Also what you just said about having a Lan well I am running on a Lan but I guess thats not important now.
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