Mail to nowhere

Steve Matzura number6 at
Tue Jun 16 17:13:47 UTC 2015

On Tue, 16 Jun 2015 11:27:58 -0500, you wrote:

>No attempt to deliver almost always means either:
>- a DNS problem; the sender can't find the destination, or finds the
>"wrong" destination.

That would be interesting, since I tried both the actual IP address
and the DNS name for the test node. Neither message got through.

>- a connectivity problem; the sender can't connect to the
>destination.  Possibly a firewall not open.

Now there's a possibility, but I am not aware of running any firewall
on the remote machine.

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