[CentOS] postfix - hostname
guillermo.fedora at gmail.com
Sat Nov 25 23:46:18 UTC 2006
On 11/25/06, R Lists06 <lists06 at abbacomm.net> wrote:
> > From: Guillermo Garron
> > Hi,
> > I have this problem
> > my email server's DNS name is
> > ns1.mydomain.com, and it is registered in the reverse DNS also with
> > that name, when i installed my server at the hostname i entered
> > centos-server.mydomain.com
> > when i tried to send an email from the root console with
> > # mail root
> > the email is returned saying that
> > root at centos-server.mydomain.com, could not be verified
> > i used the command
> > # hostname ns1.mydomain.com
> > and also edited the file.
> > /etc/hosts,
> > but i have the same result, the hostname did not change, i even
> > restart my server with no luck.
> > what am I missing?
> > regards,
> > Guillermo.
> > PS my server is a CentOS 4.4, with postfix
> > Guillermo Garron
> Mr Guillermo Garron :-)
> You own mydomain.com ??? :-)
Sorry if i made a confusion :)
I do not own mydomain.com, was just a way of putting the info.
just like saying.
and that email is un-edited :)
> How could that ever be a problem?
> I find it truly amazing. Can I borrow a bunch of money?
> Or, Maybe you should go to your website at www.mydomain.com and call your
> experts at 1 (360) 449-5989 ... I am sure they could help you. :-)
> ...Many times it actually helps if you would just tell us the un-edited
> information so we could really try and help you.
> - rh
> Robert - Abba Communications
> Computer & Internet Services
> (509) 624-7159 - www.abbacomm.net
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