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[ale] [[email protected]: Fw: Returned mail: Host unknown (Name server: 207.174.68.94.: host no



I changed the entry for mail.rnd-consulting.com to an A entry instead
of CNAME it started working immediately.  

If I worked on this more, I'd go back and try and get more low-level
details.

Robert

Thus spake Chris Ricker (kaboom at gatech.edu):

> On Thu, 14 Jan 1999, Nomad the Wanderer wrote:
> 
> > Strange.  When I do it I get this:
> > {0}:wally:/etc/cron.hourly>nslookup mail.rnd-consulting.com
> > Server:  rocky.orci.com
> > Address:  204.144.173.1
> > 
> > Name:    rnd-consulting.com
> > Address:  207.174.68.94
> > Aliases:  mail.rnd-consulting.com
> > 
> > 
> > Which was correct.  I just changed it to point to the IP directly.
> > 
> 
> Your dns entry for mail.rnd-consulting.com probably hadn't propagated at the
> time.  It appears fine now:
> 
> [bofh at pynchon bofh]$ nslookup mail.rnd-consulting.com
> Server:  mail.xmission.com
> Address:  198.60.22.22
> 
> Name:    mail.rnd-consulting.com
> Address:  207.174.68.94
> 
> [bofh at pynchon bofh]$ 
> 
> We'll see if I get a bounce from the Cc or not.
> 
> Scratch that.
> 
> [kaboom at oobleck kaboom]$ nslookup mail.rnd-consulting.com
> Server:  troll-gw.gatech.edu
> Address:  130.207.244.251
> 
> *** troll-gw.gatech.edu can't find mail.rnd-consulting.com: Non-existent
> host/domain
> [kaboom at oobleck kaboom]$ 
> 
> (Oobleck is the machine I'm mailing you from).  It will bounce.
> 
> later,
> chris
> 
> --
> Chris Ricker                                            kaboom at gatech.edu
>                                                chris.ricker at m.cc.utah.edu
> 

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