Outbound reports to other domains?

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Outbound reports to other domains?

Post by bikertrash » 16 Nov 2019 13:45

Not sure why, but my filter is trying to send out mail message like this:

Report Domain: e.online.att-mail.com Submitter: "mydomain".com Report-ID: e.online.att-mail.com-1573908807@"mydomain".com

Where "mydomain" is actually MY domain...

These look like they're probably DMARK / DKIM reports coming from "no-reply@mydomain.com" but I'm not sure where to got to turn that off....

I just deployed the v4 appliance Monday morning... and still tinkering to get things going smooth... so please forgive my ignorance here. :)
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Re: Outbound reports to other domains?

Post by bikertrash » 16 Nov 2019 14:56

Well... I've had to give up on this for a while because as of last night, nothing it getting through it at all. MX Toolbox reports that it's fine... but nothing is getting through... and I have no idea why yet...
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Re: Outbound reports to other domains?

Post by bikertrash » 17 Nov 2019 15:03

Hahaha...

Please ignore ALL of the above... have it all sorted out now.
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Re: Outbound reports to other domains?

Post by shawniverson » 17 Nov 2019 20:43

:whistle:
Version eFa 4.0.0 now available!

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Re: Outbound reports to other domains?

Post by bikertrash » 17 Nov 2019 21:20

:lol:

Yeah... just bumbled around through the config... but sorted it out.... this new version has a lot of stuff goin on under the hood... :D
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