Amavis DNS query timeout
dino.edwards at mydirectmail.net
Mon Feb 13 14:34:54 CET 2017
Well, that still indicates and issue with DNS. If the 1st server times out then there is obviously a problem with it. How about changing the order of the DNS servers and make the 1st one that works and see what happens?
From: amavis-users [mailto:amavis-users-bounces+dino.edwards=mydirectmail.net at amavis.org] On Behalf Of Tim Smith
Sent: Monday, February 13, 2017 8:24 AM
To: amavis-users at amavis.org
Subject: Re: Amavis DNS query timeout
I have done a little more investigatory work. I have three servers listed in resolv.conf, and the first one times out when queried independently, so its looking like amavis is not correctly moving through to alternative resolvers ?
On 13 February 2017 at 13:21, Dominic Raferd <dominic at timedicer.co.uk> wrote:
> Ah yes you may be right, I have: $enable_dkim_verification = 0;
> On 13 February 2017 at 10:41, Dino Edwards
> <dino.edwards at mydirectmail.net>
>> I don't think you are correct. That header is usually generated when
>> $enable_dkim_verification = 1; is set in the amavis config file.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: amavis-users
>> [mailto:amavis-users-bounces+dino.edwards=mydirectmail.net at amavis.org
>> ] On Behalf Of Dominic Raferd
>> Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2017 12:37 PM
>> To: amavis-users at amavis.org
>> Subject: Re: Amavis DNS query timeout
>> > >>I don't think the presence of (amavisd-new) in the Authentication
>> > >>Header means that the header was generated by or has anything to
>> > >>do with amavisd-new. The header looks to be from a dkim milter
>> > >>such as opendkim, which may not be correctly set up to generate
>> > >>the dkim header for your outgoing > >> emails.
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