5.7.1 Relay access denied

Greetings,
Our exchange can not recive email from outside the compnay.
This is started on Friday and continues today.
I have done all of the basic checks and everything looks normal.
I have used many suggestions found here on the site but still no changes.
The DNS Check returns the following:

Domain kitsaphumane.org has 2 mail-servers.  
  Checking mail server (PRI=10) mx1.daemonmail.net [216.104.161.4]  
  Mail server mx1.daemonmail.net[216.104.161.4] answers on port 25  
  <<< 220 mxw08.daemonmail.net ESMTP Postfix
  >>> HELO www.checkdns.net 
  <<< 250 mxw08.daemonmail.net
  >>> MAIL FROM: <dnscheck@uniplace.com>
  <<< 250 2.1.0 Ok
  >>> RCPT TO: <postmaster@kitsaphumane.org>
  <<< 554 5.7.1 <postmaster@kitsaphumane.org>: Relay access denied

  Probably mail server does not accept mail for kitsaphumane.org and recognizes this as relay attempt.  
  Checking mail server (PRI=10) mx2.daemonmail.net [216.104.161.5]  
  Mail server mx2.daemonmail.net[216.104.161.5] answers on port 25  
  <<< 220 mxw08.daemonmail.net ESMTP Postfix
  >>> HELO www.checkdns.net 
  <<< 250 mxw08.daemonmail.net
  >>> MAIL FROM: <dnscheck@uniplace.com>
  <<< 250 2.1.0 Ok
  >>> RCPT TO: <postmaster@kitsaphumane.org>
  <<< 554 5.7.1 <postmaster@kitsaphumane.org>: Relay access denied
  Probably mail server does not accept mail for kitsaphumane.org and recognizes this as relay attempt.  
  Some of your MX do not work properly  
Please advise
joseph98310Asked:
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joseph98310Author Commented:
Figured out issue. The person who set up the domain 5 years ago registerd it in his name.
Moved hosts and we do not have access to the new host.
So i was correct MX records and NS were wrong but this is not anything that can be fixed.
Thank you for your reply
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Peter HartCommented:
thanks.
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