Author: Alan J. Flavell Date: To: Exim users list Subject: Re: [exim] Sporadic unroutable address
On Wed, 4 May 2005, Giuliano Gavazzi wrote:
> At 3:39 pm +0200 2005/05/04, Black.hawk wrote:
> > 2005-05-04 15:24:58 H=(khc-web.co.jp) [188.8.131.52] sender verify fail
> > for <ignominies@???>: Unrouteable address
So it's saying that b-b.sk is an unrouteable mail domain...
> I doubt anyway that that is a sporadic problem, as I already said it
> looks like a router misconfig.
As seen from here, the domain b-b.sk looks-up as
Both of these correspond to one A record
mta-in.stonline.sk has address 184.108.40.206
postar.telecom.sk has address 220.127.116.11
Both of those addresses currently respond to an SMTP call from here.
I could well believe the hon. O.P's claim that the effect is sporadic.
I take it that exim is handling this as a fatal error and returning
5xx, rather than as a retryable error and returning 4xx ? That's
obviously a bit awkward. You might want to add an exceptions list to
your "verify = sender" stanza to work around this while the problem is
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