I would check your sendmail.cw file to make sure that mail-mx3.min.net
On Mon, 4 Aug 1997, Brian L. Heess wrote:
On 4 Aug 1997, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
> >>>>> "BLH" == "Brian L Heess <- home" <DMbong@krumm.commline.com>> writes:
> BLH> Anybody know of a tool/script that will run through the contents of a
> BLH> list and check the MX records of all of them??
> BLH> This is the CRAP i have to do this for:
> BLH> mail-mx3.min.net. config error: mail loops back to me (MX problem?)
> You wouldn't find anything by looking up MX records; the error is saying
> that the host is it's own best MX, but isn't in its own 'w' class. It's a
> sendmail misconfiguration and you won't find it unless you try to deliver
> to that host.
Hmmm...are you sure? (only cuz I am not.. :)
> What would you expect to gain from looking up all of the MX records? I
> could probably code something in a couple of minutes if it would really
Well, if this isn't the problem you state above (actually, that wouldn't
matter, it would still be needed, as I don't want addresses that do that
subscribed to any of my lists), I'd want to compared the address coming
back in that message to ALL of the MX's for all of the users on all of my
lists, which might then tell me which address on my lists was generating
the error messages, so that I could then pull the address(es) off of the
On a very busy lists, with say, 10 users that all happen to have the same
MX, those error messages will pile up FAST!!!!
Cheers, and I hope that explains it, oh and thanks!