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How can I accept email if the domain doesn't exist?

Anonymous asks:

How can I accept email if the domain doesn't exist?

I assume you must have your system set to reject email when the domain can't be looked up.

Normal SMTP settings

You could shut off "SMTP Server->Security Options->Block if senders email domain is not found in DNS", but that will expose you to a lot of spam, so I would not advise that.

Assuming you have the "Do not apply these limits to IP address group" set, you could add the problem IP there.

Or get the person responsible to fix their DNS!



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