Re: [OT] routing failed
On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 at 01:24:17 +0100,
David Jardine wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 07, 2003 at 10:30:00AM +0800, csj wrote:
> > I'm using exim 3.36. When sending mail to one mailing list (most
> > obviously *not* Debian because you're reading this post) I get
> > the following error:
> > 2003-11-07 09:54:55 routing failed for firstname.lastname@example.org:
> > unrouteable mail domain "localhost.invalid"
> > *** Frozen (delivery error message)
> > I know localhost.invalid is, well, invalid. But I don't know
> > what else to put down as my local domain. I'm using as many as
> > five different dialup ISPs to send mail and using Exim's direct
> > delivery option seems far more convenient than reconfiguring exim
> > each time I connect to a different ISP (which happens as many as
> > three times a day).
> In /etc/exim/exim.conf you need the line:
> local_domains = localhost:my_machine
> where my_machine is the name you've given it.
Well it's set up exaclty like that. Again the problem is with
one particular mailing list (mplayer). I want to know what
spam-prevention (or otherwise) tricks that ML is doing that I
can't get the mail out. The Debian lists appear happy to accept
my "broken" setup (as amply demonstrated by this post).
Since I first got connected just three or four years ago, the Net
it seems has become a more and more paraonid place.