Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> 36 lines of wisdom included:
> On Thursday 22 April 2004, philip.reynolds at rfc-networks.ie (Philip
> Reynolds) wrote:
> >Can you reach the spamhaus RBL manually? I personally don't use
> >spamhaus, so I can't comment on whether it's working or not. It
> >should be easy to troubleshoot that by hand though.
>> That's the puzzling part - dig, host et al. on the mail server have no
> problems resolving thses names.
I presume this is happening for every incoming mail that should be
checked against an RBL?
Can you try making Postfix be a bit more verbose with
debug_peer_level and debug_peer_list? Most likely, you're going to
need to test this with a client *outside* of mynetworks so that
Postfix will try to check against the RBL.
Philip Reynolds | RFC Networks Ltd.
philip.reynolds at rfc-networks.ie | +353 (0)1 8832063
http://people.rfc-networks.ie/~phil/ | www.rfc-networks.ie
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