Over the past few days, some readers have encountered an email forwarding failure error. Could not find IP name. This issue can occur due to a number of factors. We will discuss this below. The message “Transfer rejected. The IP name may have been spoofed” that you receive after sending an email is caused by reverse DNS lookup Reverse DNS lookup Reverse DNS lookup for IPv4 addresses usually uses a special domain in -addr. Arpa. In this domain, an IPv4 address is represented as a concatenated sequence of four dotted decimal numbers, followed by a multi-momentary domain suffix. For example, to perform a reverse lookup on the IP address 8.8. https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Reverse_DNS_lookup Reverse DNS lookup – Wikipedia on this misconfigured IP address. This issue is likely related to your internet dealer who is responsible for this configuration.
24. Apr 2003 20:28:20 04/24/03
Please, I’m new, so think about this.
I’ve just set up sendmail and I’m having a lot of trouble sending mail. I
can receive them fine, but even if I send them, I get a whole
The following recipients could not be reached:< p > ‘em…@ddress.com‘ dated 24.04.2003 15:16< br> 550 5.7.1 <em…@ddress.com a>>… Transfer refused. Search by IP name
failed [192.168.xI x]
Even though I used an SMTP server from my ISP, everything works fine.
What am I going to do? wrong?
Thanks in advance.