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Setup Postini for outbound services Now I can not send or recieve mail

Posted on 2008-10-02
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Hello All-

I have recently setup Postini to handle outbound mail because we were getting so many NDRs.  Now I can not send out or recieve mail.  Reverse DNS seems to function fine according to MXTOOLBOX.  Postini shows it connects, and displays sending out e-mails and pushing through e-mails.  However I never seem to recieve e-mails to any of my addresses coming from the domain and no one has recieved mail since yesterday.


Any ideas?
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What version of Exchange are you using. Have you setup the SMARTHOST section to connect to Postini server.

Any error messages in the Event Viewer on your Exchange Server?
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