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Author Topic: domain-MX or administrator-test mailserver for transition to professional?  (Read 3298 times)

sqnetworks

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Hi,

what exactly do you check for the "Professional"-test?
the official MX(-PTR) of the domain the user provided or the PTR of the mailserver entered in the "Administrator"-test?
Because both don't seem to work for me.

Thank you,
sqnetworks
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broquea

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Exactly as explained (even with example commands!) in topic http://www.tunnelbroker.net/forums/index.php?topic=304.0

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Professional: Verify that your MTA has working reverse DNS (ex: dig mx $domain +short ; dig aaaa $mx +short ; dig -x $mxAAAA +short)
So we look at the hostname/domain provided in the email address you submitted, and then run basically the equivalent those commands.

If you have problems, then you should perhaps email ipv6@he.net with details of your problem.


Hi,

what exactly do you check for the "Professional"-test?
the official MX(-PTR) of the domain the user provided or the PTR of the mailserver entered in the "Administrator"-test?
Because both don't seem to work for me.

Thank you,
sqnetworks
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sqnetworks

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Thank you for your quick reply. That is exactly what i tested before posting my question. I will send an email now.
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