That's an ISP problem.
Lots of international ISP's only allow you to relay email through them,
this is to stop spammers from sending spam.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilug-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-bounces at linux.ie] On
> Behalf Of Keith Davey
> Sent: 21 March 2005 10:04
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] Stange Email Problems
>> I recently moved our company mail to a new machine with QMail
> running on Redhat 9. Having always used closed source mail
> servers before(Netscape Mail and Sun Mail server) I am not a
> QMail expert but it has been easy enough to work with.
>> Everything appeared to be working fine, with all mail being
> routed correctly and sending and receiving working for all
> users, both from inside and outside our offices.
>> However, last week some people travelled abroad. If they
> connected via a broadband connection everything works fine.
> But if they connect via wireless or dialup they cannot send
> mail to external addresses.
>> If I look at the logs in /var/qmail/current I don't see any
> failed sending, and if I get their ip while dialed up and
> check /var/qmail/smtpd/current I can't see a connection to
> the server from that ip.
>> Any ideas? Is there some sort of rule set up in QMail by
> default that I should be aware of?
>> Thanks in advance,
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