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From hellian <rashedulhasan2...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Free DNS service required
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2008 11:16:35 GMT

Hi thanks for your reply. I added my DNS in dnsserver tag of config.xml which
is <server>202.84.33.13</server> and later I tested my DNS (202.84.33.13)
and found SMTP blocked . Now I need a free DNS service that has SMTP enabled
to test my mail server. Is it clear to you now..is there any such service?

Thanks 

Stefano Bagnara-2 wrote:
> 
> hellian ha scritto:
>> Hi I have successfully configured Apache Jmes Server but I can not send
>> mail
>> using my DNS because my ISP does not have MX record. Could someone tell
>> me
>> how can I get a free DNS service on the web with MX facility so that I
>> can
>> send mail using that DNS?
>> 
>> Thanks 
>> 
>> Rashed
> 
> Please use the user list for this questions, next time.
> 
> Either I don't understand your question or it seems you are confused 
> about DNS/MX records and email in general.
> 
> To send mail you have to use any recursive DNS server. The one your 
> provider assign to you when you connect to the internet are ok for this. 
> "my ISP does not have MX record" is something I don't understand. Do 
> they prune every MX record from DNS responses? I don't think so.
> 
> JAMES uses DNS server to decide where to deliver mail.
> If you want to deliver a mail to @example.com then JAMES looks up the MX 
> record for the example.com domain, (let's say  it is smtp.example.com) 
> and then connect to smtp.example.com to send the message.
> 
> If you instead want to setup JAMES Server to receive mail then you need 
> your own domain and you have to be able to add an MX record to that domain
> 
> Stefano
> 
> 

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