Postfix, mailman and relay access denied

Peter plp-ysDPMY98cNQDDBjDh4tngg at
Tue Nov 1 03:46:32 UTC 2005

The remote host simply said relay access denied. It means it does not 
recognize as a valid peer (MTA) address on the internet.

Why did postfix send mail for mip-EoMZgpubrgE at to person-hcDgGtZH8xNBDgjK7y7TUQ at ? Is it 
the MX for that destination ? (when you edit the addresses edit the 
domains so they are coherent - your second email seems to indicate 
that you have changed the address on only one email).

You can try to set postfix to use your isp's MTA as mailhop and delegate 
problems to them, since they are likely more 'accepted' and less likely 
to be blacklisted.

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