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Re: [suse-security] sendmail -- sender domain must resolve
  • From: Fred Mobach <fred@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 19:30:02 +0100
  • Message-id: <38D9112A.F11A7B61@xxxxxxxxx>
Chrissy LeMaire wrote:

> # nslookup
>
> > bebe.com
> Server: ns.server.com
> Address: ip.addy.here
>
> *** ns.server.com can't find bebe.com: Non-existent host/domain
>
> > set type=mx
> > bebe.com
> Server: ns.server.com
> Address: ipaddyhere
>
> Non-authoritative answer:
> bebe.com preference = 0, mail exchanger = bebe-mail.bebe.com
>
> Authoritative answers can be found from:
> bebe.com nameserver = AUTH02.NS.UU.NET
> bebe.com nameserver = bebe-ns.bebe.com
> bebe.com nameserver = BEBE-NS2.bebe.com
> bebe-mail.bebe.com internet address = 208.240.224.197
> AUTH02.NS.UU.NET internet address = 198.6.1.82
> bebe-ns.bebe.com internet address = 208.240.224.225
> BEBE-NS2.bebe.com internet address = 208.240.224.210
>
> By looking at this.. I concluded that MX records aren't looked at when
> deciding if a domain resolves or not. So.. I do the some testing with
> hospitalforms.com (which doesnt resolve but has an MX record) and it worked..

Why not the following commands ?

set type=ANY
server AUTH02.NS.UU.NET
bebe.com

Then you'll get all authorative info.

Regards,

Fred Mobach



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