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Jan
8
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
Both answers are not ideal but both did provided some useful info for me. I feel I have to award Michael as he was the first one to reply. Nevertheless, many thanks to Kazimieras Aliulis, daff and the others.
Jan
8
accepted Some emails from my Postfix server return
Jan
4
awarded  Commentator
Jan
4
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
Could you please tell me how to check if those emails had been eventually delivered?
Jan
4
awarded  Editor
Jan
4
revised Some emails from my Postfix server return
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Jan
4
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
So essentially, do you mean that the aforementioned problems are quite a normal situation (to a certain extent)?
Jan
4
awarded  Supporter
Jan
4
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
The thing is that I have 10 cards per day on average so I am not sure if spambot would do such tiny sending. Do you think it is possible?
Jan
4
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
Also, what about #3, an Unauthorised request?
Jan
4
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
The link from ukr.net states "there is no way to pass filters without properly configured queue runners" - are you sure there is no problem with greylisting?
Jan
4
comment Some emails from my Postfix server return
Could the "mailbox not found" type messages be related to my side?
Jan
4
asked Some emails from my Postfix server return
Sep
15
awarded  Scholar
Sep
15
comment Cannot resolve a single A Record from client machine
Yes I do but are irrelevant as far as I can judge.
Sep
15
accepted Cannot resolve a single A Record from client machine
Sep
15
comment Cannot resolve a single A Record from client machine
Well, the issue dissolved during the night. dev is now fully accessible. However, some new names cause the same issue. Some do, some don't. E.g. 'gamma' did not but 'alpha' did. To your question: DNS on my client is DNS Servers: 192.168.0.1, which is my router. On the router itself there is no DNS field, it is configured via login/password only somehow: I do not see the way to enter DNS.
Sep
13
awarded  Student
Sep
13
comment Cannot resolve a single A Record from client machine
This is the result of this command: DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds. Server: UnKnown Address: a.b.c.d Name: dev.mydomain.com Address: a.b.c.d
Sep
13
comment Cannot resolve a single A Record from client machine
As I noted in question I had already done that: no result...