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So I setup JAMES successfully, and it works fine, if I send myself an email from gmail say, sends to b@45.75.477.34 <- my ip. But when I do it for my domain name, it doesn't work, say So I re-pointed all the mx(s) to my domain in godaddy. all the stmp, pop, inap goes to my domain now, yet, when I try to send it, gmail still fails. Can someone please help?

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I think this should be moved to , not – mctylr Feb 7 '10 at 19:04

If you JUST changed the DNS settings, you'll need to give them time to propogate.

Use a few tools like this one to see what DNS records have been propogated, and to make sure the records reflect what you expect them to be.

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