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On Sat, 2012-03-10 at 11:08 +1000, Nick Edwards wrote:
> On 3/10/12, Reindl Harald <email@example.com> wrote:
> > what type of entries are you using in your SPF record?
> > i found out that a/mx entries sometimes making troubles and since
> > we changed our backend to use only ip and let the backend
> > translate servernames automatically whle generating the
> > zone-files i never saw a single spf-error the last 2 years
Good advice on not using A (for many reasons), though I've never seen a
problem with MX myself.
> SPF is setup correctly, I've been setting up SPF for a great many
> years , even back in the old qmail days, I know our SPF records are
When did you add these extra IP's? Recently?
What is the actual connecting IP type to the master, IPv4, or IPv6?
Does your primary mail server query a server that uses DNS views?
Are you perchance using another DNS server in your tests that your
primary mail server is not?
You've been asked by others to supply actual details, if you don't want
to make them public, try sending offlist, we can sit here for the next 6
months playing guessing games, if someone other than you has factual
live information, they can perhaps run live tests using their DNS etc,
kinda like a look at it with fresh eyes.
> Given what Wietse has said, I am tending more towards spfpolicy.pl on
> master, but I'm too tired and it's late, so I'll investigate more
> after some sleep.
poppy, unless you have modified it (read as totally fscked it up)