You'll only be able to send mail if you have an eircom/indigo IP
address or if you pop before you try to send mail (and if you're a free
customer this only works with Irish IP addresses). If you aretrying to
send from an address that isn't @eircom.net or another eircom hosted
domain, you'll get that domain error.
> On Mon, 2002-12-02 at 00:10, Nils wrote:
>> hi i was just wondering if anyone experiening difficulty with eircom
>> mail sever.I was trying to send mail from mozilla mail but it keeps
>> coming up with this error:
>> sorry,that domain isnt in my list of allows rcpthosts(#5.7.1)
>> please check the message recipients and try again.
>>>> What is this all about.
>> I am using mail2.eircom.net as my smtp and my pop, i can recieve mail
>> but i cannot send mail.
> you're dialled up through eircom/indigo I assume? try mail.eircom.net?
>> I don't know if anyone will advertise an open relay to everyone on
> this list... it's probably not the best idea
> Liam Bedford <lbedford at lbedford.org>
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