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Have you checked every file listed in /etc/named.conf that this exists on the file system? And check if DNS domain exists in vestaCP. You can delete the lines in /etc/named.conf but then your DNS for that domain won't work.
- Fri Dec 28, 2018 1:08 pm
- Forum: Mail Server
- Topic: Can send an e-mail, however that gets put into the spam folder on Gmail, cannot receive any e-mails.
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Re: Can send an e-mail, however that gets put into the spam folder on Gmail, cannot receive any e-mails.
It can be due to your MX, SPF, DKIM records are properly setup, or if your server's IP blacklisted or tail your exim log and see what it is saying about errors in delivery.