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Mail Server - Someone is relaying

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by shane01, Aug 28, 2006.

  1. shane01

    shane01 Guest

    Hi Guys,

    I keep receiving this message back from plesk;


    MailEnable: Message delivery has been delayed.

    Message is waiting at caznet.com.au for delivery to mx.rima-tde.net.

    The message will be retried for another 30 hours.

    Reason: Mail Server for rima-tde.net could not be contacted at this time. MailEnable will keep trying to deliver this message and will notify you of any progress.

    Message headers follow:

    From: <*@caznet.com.au>
    To: <oeuqazpi@rima-tde.net>
    Subject: Message Delivery Failure
    Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2006 22:38:14 +0930
    Message-ID: <24210EE819474857B51AEDD7DDB4361D.MAI@caznet.com.au>
    X-MEFilter: 1
    Precedence: bulk


    We use our ISP as the outgoing mail server for all our customers rather than our plesk server. Also, the FROM address is my personal email address. I am not the source of these emails. I have plesk set, as far as i know, to not allow relaying. What settings should be changed to best prevent this type of relaying?

  2. tvengel

    tvengel Guest


    I have the same problem. Even after disabling outgoing smtp.
    I've contacted SWSOFT and the only thing they said was that my 30-days support period was ended and had to buy a "support-contract" or a one-time support fee.

    I think I have to do it with those errors. I use a Plesk 30-domains for personal use, so it's not affordable for me to buy extra support for a licensed product.

    Tim Van Engeland
  3. shane01

    shane01 Guest

    mmm.... suppport isnt the best hey. I am a software engineer myself - with a bachelor degree from university. Not sure that the way of offering support is what I would use if I had developed the software.

    Well... I'll keep playing and see what I can come up with. Let you know if I get anywhere.

  4. tvengel

    tvengel Guest