• E-mail Recieving vis no-ip.com reflector

    From Sneaky@VERT/CHOICE to All on Mon Jul 23 18:00:00 2018
    Hi All

    I am hoping same one can help with a problem I have per receieving e-mail outbound is fine with the relay option but inbound is not

    I was on dtdns.com and thing were fine with no-ip.com reflector via
    dtdns.com but since changed to no-ip.com for my 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    with the right settings, but now inbound so not sure if it is
    no-ip.com settings or sbbs settings, a while back I had to do same thing
    with email.can in text dir, but must have over ridden it, and cannot
    find it in any backups I have of the sbbs\text dir, so
    I am hoping same one can help me get the e-mail flowing again.

    Thank you

    Ian S 1st Choice Core Sbbs Nz

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Sneaky on Mon Jul 23 00:51:11 2018
    Re: E-mail Recieving vis no-ip.com reflector
    By: Sneaky to All on Mon Jul 23 2018 06:00 pm

    Hi All

    I am hoping same one can help with a problem I have per receieving e-mail outbound is fine with the relay option but inbound is not

    I was on dtdns.com and thing were fine with no-ip.com reflector via dtdns.com but since changed to no-ip.com for my 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    with the right settings, but now inbound so not sure if it is
    no-ip.com settings or sbbs settings, a while back I had to do same thing with email.can in text dir, but must have over ridden it, and cannot
    find it in any backups I have of the sbbs\text dir, so
    I am hoping same one can help me get the e-mail flowing again.

    You'll need to provide more information. What error gets reported back to the email sender? Do you see any incoming connections to your SMTP server? If yes, are there any errors? Is your TCP port 25 open to the public?

    digital man

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  • From Sneaky@VERT/CHOICE to Digital Man on Mon Jul 23 22:48:00 2018
    Hi Digital

    no-ip.com settings or sbbs settings, a while back I had to do same thing with email.can in text dir, but must have over ridden it, and cannot
    find it in any backups I have of the sbbs\text dir, so
    I am hoping same one can help me get the e-mail flowing again.

    You'll need to provide more information. What error gets reported back to
    the email sender?

    I sent a e-mail from my bbs to imsegers@xtra.co.nz and it arrived in my mail box
    I replied back to return address sneaky@1stchoicecore.co.nz and was sent
    No error got reported back to me.

    Do you see any incoming connections to your SMTP server?

    seen nothing in incoming connections per the in the sbbs mail server
    outgoing no incoming

    If yes, are there any errors?

    so no errors

    Is your TCP port 25 open to the
    public?

    Yes port 25 is open

    been intouch with no-ip.com and in my my mail option in my 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    is mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz when doing a test in no-ip.com for mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz
    it doesn't make a connection to any thing so they say that's why it not sending the
    income back to the bbs, but was incoming and outgoing when I was useing dtdns.com
    with no errors

    Thank you
    Ian S 1st Choice Core sbbs nz
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Sneaky on Mon Jul 23 13:49:36 2018
    Re: E-mail Recieving vis no-i
    By: Sneaky to Digital Man on Mon Jul 23 2018 10:48 pm

    Hi Digital

    no-ip.com settings or sbbs settings, a while back I had to do same thing with email.can in text dir, but must have over ridden it, and cannot
    find it in any backups I have of the sbbs\text dir, so
    I am hoping same one can help me get the e-mail flowing again.

    You'll need to provide more information. What error gets reported back to
    the email sender?

    I sent a e-mail from my bbs to imsegers@xtra.co.nz and it arrived in my mail box
    I replied back to return address sneaky@1stchoicecore.co.nz and was sent
    No error got reported back to me.

    Do you see any incoming connections to your SMTP server?

    seen nothing in incoming connections per the in the sbbs mail server
    outgoing no incoming

    If yes, are there any errors?

    so no errors

    Is your TCP port 25 open to the
    public?

    Yes port 25 is open

    been intouch with no-ip.com and in my my mail option in my 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    is mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz when doing a test in no-ip.com for mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz
    it doesn't make a connection to any thing so they say that's why it not sending the
    income back to the bbs, but was incoming and outgoing when I was useing dtdns.com
    with no errors

    According to your domain name, mail should be received (and presumably forwarded) by mail*.no-ip.com:

    # host 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    1stchoicecore.co.nz has address 125.238.113.131
    1stchoicecore.co.nz mail is handled by 10 mail2.no-ip.com.
    1stchoicecore.co.nz mail is handled by 5 mail1.no-ip.com.

    If this is not correct, then you need to remove those "MX" records from your domain name. If your primary host (at 1stchoicecore.co.nz) can receive SMTP mail (on TCP port 25), then you don't need any MX records.

    digital man

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  • From Sneaky@VERT/CHOICE to Digital Man on Tue Jul 24 20:00:00 2018
    Hi Digital Man

    income back to the bbs, but was incoming and outgoing when I was useing dtdns.com
    with no errors

    According to your domain name, mail should be received (and presumably forwarded) by mail*.no-ip.com:

    Yes that is correct, but not

    # host 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    1stchoicecore.co.nz has address 125.238.113.131
    1stchoicecore.co.nz mail is handled by 10 mail2.no-ip.com. 1stchoicecore.co.nz mail is handled by 5 mail1.no-ip.com.

    looks fine to me


    If this is not correct, then you need to remove those "MX" records from your domain name. If your primary host (at 1stchoicecore.co.nz) can

    unsure of this one so
    my 1stchoicecore.co.nz name is one freeparking new zealand and there is no mx records
    setting in 1stchoicecore.co.nz services

    no-ip.com host my 1stchoicecore.co.nz for telnet etc
    which has

    mail1.no-ip.com in nz records etc

    in the refector settings it is
    mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz port 465


    receive SMTP mail (on TCP port 25), then you don't need any MX records.

    usure what port it used as I got reflector service because port 25 was block
    by my provider xtra.co.nz.


    as I said in start of message when I had 1stchoicecore.co.nz on dtdns.com it was working fine
    since the change to no-ip.com with the mx records the same as dtdns.com I just don't
    under stand why it won't work.

    Thank you for your help
    Ian S 1st Choice Core Sbbs Nz


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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Sneaky on Tue Jul 24 01:46:52 2018
    Re: E-mail Recieving vis no-i
    By: Sneaky to Digital Man on Tue Jul 24 2018 08:00 pm

    Hi Digital Man

    income back to the bbs, but was incoming and outgoing when I was useing dtdns.com
    with no errors

    According to your domain name, mail should be received (and presumably forwarded) by mail*.no-ip.com:

    Yes that is correct, but not

    # host 1stchoicecore.co.nz
    1stchoicecore.co.nz has address 125.238.113.131
    1stchoicecore.co.nz mail is handled by 10 mail2.no-ip.com. 1stchoicecore.co.nz mail is handled by 5 mail1.no-ip.com.

    looks fine to me


    If this is not correct, then you need to remove those "MX" records from your domain name. If your primary host (at 1stchoicecore.co.nz) can

    unsure of this one so
    my 1stchoicecore.co.nz name is one freeparking new zealand and there is no mx records
    setting in 1stchoicecore.co.nz services

    no-ip.com host my 1stchoicecore.co.nz for telnet etc
    which has

    mail1.no-ip.com in nz records etc

    in the refector settings it is
    mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz port 465


    receive SMTP mail (on TCP port 25), then you don't need any MX records.

    usure what port it used as I got reflector service because port 25 was block
    by my provider xtra.co.nz.


    as I said in start of message when I had 1stchoicecore.co.nz on dtdns.com it was working fine
    since the change to no-ip.com with the mx records the same as dtdns.com I just don't
    under stand why it won't work.

    I guess that a question for the no-ip.com guys. Your mail is being sent to their servers.

    digital man

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  • From Sneaky@VERT/CHOICE to Digital Man on Tue Jul 24 23:05:00 2018
    Hi Digital Man


    as I said in start of message when I had 1stchoicecore.co.nz on dtdns.com it was working fine
    since the change to no-ip.com with the mx records the same as dtdns.com I just don't
    under stand why it won't work.

    I guess that a question for the no-ip.com guys. Your mail is being sent
    to their servers.

    Okay, been intouch with them and they say because of this ie

    mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz port 465

    I have create this on my server like in endora same thing like that.

    I have been getting same replys back if that helps ie

    X-Account-Key: account1
    X-UIDL: 000427d400000001
    X-Mozilla-Status: 0001
    X-Mozilla-Status2: 00000000
    X-Mozilla-Keys:

    Return-Path: <>
    Received: from 10.23.40.104 ([10.23.30.4])
    by 10.23.40.250 with LMTP id mOabEuTkVlvdDAAAo81ZYg
    ; Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:48 +0000
    Received: from 10.23.30.42 ([10.23.30.4])
    by 10.23.40.104 with LMTP id sCZnEuTkVlstBAAAhZ2uYw
    ; Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:48 +0000
    Received: from xtra.co.nz ([10.23.30.4])
    by 10.23.30.42 with LMTP id mEq7EeTkVlt8AgAAXcavrg
    ; Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:48 +0000
    SMX-S1C: gggruggvucftvghtrhhoucdtuddrgedtiedrjeeggddtiecutefuodetggdotefrodftvfcurfhrohhfihhlvgemucfuofginecuuegrihhlohhuthemuceftddtnecupfhothhifhhitggrthhiohhnucdluddttddttddmnecujfgurhephffvuffkgggtffesphdtreertddttdenucfhrhhomhepofgrihhlucffvghlihhvvghrhicuufihshhtvghmuceophhoshhtmhgrshhtvghrseigthhrrgdrtghordhniieqnecukfhppedutddrvdefrdeftddrjedvnecurfgrrhgrmhepihhnvghtpedutddrvdefrdeftddrjedvpdhrtghpthhtohepihhmshgvghgvrhhsseigthhrrgdrtghordhniienucevlhhushhtvghrufhiiigvpedt
    SMX-S1V: bounce
    SMX-S1S: 10000
    Received: from internal ([10.23.30.72]) by xtra.co.nz with ESMTP
    id 5B56E4E3-DCD11ECB@mta2308; Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:47 +0000 DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; d=xtra.co.nz; s=alpha; c=relaxed/relaxed;
    q=dns/txt; i=@xtra.co.nz; t=1532421347;
    h=From:Sender:Reply-To:Subject:Date:Message-ID:To:Cc;
    bh=/HbzaqRbHTrOktONFghDCFaI02v0sv7ESJulZe7J+6A=;
    b=F9m5f8jO4FlivD3KxE55Oobju+QFHvS3qqarwgjHG4/6v6oKk43BXGQjVHDcs2ST
    x2Hie3FjsjEwd2jT2etPkGX6xMvO0bu6CwWNuT/CaF81ZvZNj9kn+3SNoiukcBAG
    1lZZsVYHAtM3qwEzixPFnWGW33KM/5Xa7dUAJVJ0ZNE=;
    Received: from internal ([10.23.30.72]) by xtra.co.nz with ESMTP
    id 5B56E4E3-0AC62B19@mta2308.int;
    Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:47 +0000
    Received: from [127.0.0.1] ([local])
    by xtra.co.nz (envelope-from <>)
    (ecelerity 3.6.25.56547 r(Core:3.6.25.0)) with INTERNAL
    id 7E/BA-24120-1E4E65B5; Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:45 +0000
    From: Mail Delivery System <postmaster@xtra.co.nz>
    To: imsegers@xtra.co.nz
    Subject: Mail Delivery Failure:
    test 24
    Message-ID: <7E.BA.24120.1E4E65B5@xtra.co.nz>
    MIME-Version: 1.0
    Content-Type: multipart/report; report-type=delivery-status;
    boundary="MZzFIDxGw9Pmyx0dffmQifTnCzueH/VyifYYLA=="
    Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:45 +0000
    X-Antispam: clean, score=0
    X-Antivirus: AVG (VPS 180723-4, 24/07/2018), Inbound message X-Antivirus-Status: Clean


    --MZzFIDxGw9Pmyx0dffmQifTnCzueH/VyifYYLA==
    Content-Type: text/plain

    This message was created automatically by the mail system (ecelerity).

    A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:

    ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz (after RCPT TO): 550 5.1.1 <ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in relay recipient table

    --MZzFIDxGw9Pmyx0dffmQifTnCzueH/VyifYYLA==
    Content-Type: message/delivery-status

    Reporting-MTA: dns; xtra.co.nz
    Arrival-Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2018 08:35:45 +0000

    Thank you
    Ian S 1st Choice Core Sbbs Nz








    digital man

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Sneaky on Tue Jul 24 15:51:15 2018
    Re: E-mail Recieving vis no-i
    By: Sneaky to Digital Man on Tue Jul 24 2018 11:05 pm

    Hi Digital Man


    as I said in start of message when I had 1stchoicecore.co.nz on dtdns.com it was working fine
    since the change to no-ip.com with the mx records the same as dtdns.com I just don't
    under stand why it won't work.

    I guess that a question for the no-ip.com guys. Your mail is being sent to their servers.

    Okay, been intouch with them and they say because of this ie

    mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz port 465

    I have create this on my server like in endora same thing like that.

    I don't know what you mean by that.

    I have been getting same replys back if that helps ie

    X-Account-Key: account1

    This message was created automatically by the mail system (ecelerity).

    A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:

    ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz (after RCPT TO): 550 5.1.1 <ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in relay recipient table

    It doesn't help me. These are not Synchronet generated error messages and I have no idea what they mean. If I had to guess, I'd say the servers you have your MX record pointing to doesn't like "ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz" because it's not in it's "relay recipient table" - whatever that is.

    digital man

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  • From Sneaky@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Jul 25 17:13:00 2018
    Digital Man

    mail.1stchoicecore.co.nz port 465

    I have create this on my server like in endora same thing like that.

    I don't know what you mean by that.

    Okay I don't now what "I" mean either but for you help thank you


    I have been getting same replys back if that helps ie

    X-Account-Key: account1

    This message was created automatically by the mail system (ecelerity).

    A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:

    ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz (after RCPT TO): 550 5.1.1 <ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in relay recipient table

    It doesn't help me. These are not Synchronet generated error messages
    and I have no idea what they mean. If I had to guess, I'd say the
    servers you have your MX record pointing to doesn't like "ian.segers@1stchoicecore.co.nz" because it's not in it's "relay
    recipient table" - whatever that is.

    and I don't now were it is either more talking to no-ip.com support I guess

    And again thank you

    Ian S 1st Choice Core Sbbs nz
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