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Hi every every body

i need use kerio server mail and use dyndns.org!

my computer not in domaine name!

i install it and open port on routeur and firewall!

i test telnet is ok!

when i want test with outlook express; i have error message0x800ccc0d!

i think have prob configuration on my dyndns.org or setting server mail!

who can help me please!

thank you in advance for your idee

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Exact message and configuration please... Initial indication is definitely a "name" error or even (according to MS) the use of Internet Connection Sharing.

Configuration info includes the setup in Kerio, the setup at DynDns, and the setup in Outlook. You may change the "real" names accordingly if you prefer (no need to know actual names), e.g. "myname.com" instead of "actualname.com"

Whether I can help or not doesn't matter, as others may be able to provided complete info is given.

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Hello everybody!

I want my own email server for Intanet is also to receive and send emails from other provider

as hotmail or gmail! This domain without LDAP (peer networking) - I have a dynamic IP

I installed Kerio MailServer 6.7.3!

Configuration is as follows:

======================

Services:

POP3 110

SMTP 25

HTTP 81 (for webmail)

Domaine:

Internet host name: hpzd7066ea (is the name of the machine)

Domain Name: srvimail.no-ip.org

SMTP Server:

SMTP Relay Options

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Allow relay only for:

Users authnetifiés via SMTP for outgoing mail

SMTP Routing

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Router directly using DNS MX records

Download POP3:

POP3 server: srvimail.no-ip.org with the admin account

Test server:

===============

through webmail: http://srvimail.no-ip.org:81

send email: Admin to User1 - is ok!

send email: User1 to User2 - is ok!

send email to my hotmail server Admin: is ok!

send email to my hotmail server User2: is ok!

send email from my server to hotmail -- i receive this message

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<xxxxxxxxx@hotmail.com> (mx4.hotmail.com: 550 DY-001 Mail rejected by Windows Live Hotmail for policy reasons. We generally do

not accept email from dynamic IP's as they are not typically used to deliver unauthenticated SMTP e-mail to an Internet mail server.

http://www.spamhaus.org maintains lists of dynamic and residential IP addresses. If you are not an email / network admin please

E-mail/Internet contact your Service Provider for help. Email / network admins, please visit http://postmaster.live.com for email delivery

information and support)

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NO-IP configuration:

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how do I properly configure NO-IP!

MX Record is it good configuration tools? How does configure your MX Record?

give me an example please!

why I did not address POP3.srvimail.no-ip.org - SMTP.srvimail.no-ip.org?

thank you in advance for your answers!

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Actually, the error message says exactly what the problem is: :yes:

Mail rejected by Windows Live Hotmail for policy reasons.

We generally do not accept email from dynamic IP's as they are not typically used to deliver unauthenticated SMTP

e-mail to an Internet mail server.

I had the same problem a while back (I do have real domain-names and static IP's), but Hotmail is very strict when

it comes to e-mail sent from unknown or dynamically allocated hostnames.

They do it as a spam-protection countermeasure; it's fairly easy to set up a mail-server, spam the hell out of other

mailservers from a dynamically allocated (or from within a normal household) IP-address and pull the plug when

finished, starting all over again the next day from another IP.

There's not much you can do about it, other than to register a domain and wait until it's acknowledged by Hotmail.

(It took my domains about a month or so before e-mail from them were accepted) :wacko:

Greetz,

Peter.

Edited by VideoRipper
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There's not much you can do about it, other than to register a domain and wait until it's acknowledged by Hotmail.

Or pass your outgoing mail through your ISP's mail server, which should have a nice legit fixed IP.

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That's also an option... if you have an ISP and its mail-server allows relaying ;)

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