• Re: *.synchro.net bouncin

    From Digital Man@VERT to Dumas Walker on Saturday, June 26, 2021 16:31:33
    Re: Re: *.synchro.net bouncin
    By: Dumas Walker to DIGITAL MAN on Fri Jun 25 2021 03:43 pm

    Yes, it would have been quite a while ago. I am pretty sure it used to work, but I don't know how long ago it stopped.

    I found no evidence of any mail exchange (incoming relay of mail) support for pcity2.synchro.net requested. I added the alias to my mail server so you can n
    use mail.synchro.net as the MX for capcity2.synchro.net. I'm not sure what is
    eant by "used to work" in this context, but Vertrauen was never configured as mail exchange for capcity2.

    Used to work as in I was able to receive mail via capcity2.synchro.net. I will take your word for it, though, as my memory may deceive me. Thanks for adding it!

    In that case, your system must've been able to receive SMTP connections (and mail) on TCP port 25 at that time.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to Dumas Walker on Sunday, June 27, 2021 13:41:37
    On 6/25/2021 12:43 PM, Dumas Walker wrote:

    Used to work as in I was able to receive mail via capcity2.synchro.net. I will take your word for it, though, as my memory may deceive me. Thanks for adding it!

    Could be that you used to be able to receive SMTP connections on port
    25, without an MX entry mail relays will usually default to the HOST
    entry (A/AAAA record) for the domain/subdomain.
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