and, pray tell, how does one do this? i SUPPOSE i can get the login to
the control panel on godaddy if the developer gives it to me, but i
wonder if one can get to mail server logs from there.
after all, danica patrick is truly in control <grin, grin, grin>.
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Stephen D. Goff wrote:
> I would concur with this. The email was probably delivered (or bounced) on
> the godaddy server. Check the smtp logs on godaddy to be sure.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jody McAlister [mailtoHIDDEN@email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 5:11 PM
> To: surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com
> Subject: Re: [SurgeMail List] a real puzzle
> Had something similar. The person moved their webhosting to godaddy, but
> kept their mail with us. Their designer set up the account in a generic way
> which created dns and mail entries for the domain when I was running dns and
> email for them. The server was doing everything local so it never looked
> outside for the real information.
> On Nov 30, 2010, at 1:59 PM, David Camm wrote:
>> this may be off-topic, but it's driving me crazy.
>> customer has an email account called info. works perfectly normally. used
> for receiving and is not sent from (although it could send).
>> customer's website is hosted by godaddy. their contact form's program
> sends an email toHIDDEN@omain.com from an account called
> HIDDEN@@domain.com'. the domain's spf record allows the web server to send
> mail for the domain (a mx -all).
>> mailer is, of course, defined in surgemail.
>> the emails never arrive. none of the surgemail logs show any signs of
> emails fromHIDDEN@@domain.
>> however, when the program is modified to send emails to, say,
> HIDDEN@main', it works perfectly.
>> i've never encountered anything like this before. i have to believe good
> old godaddy is doing SOME sort of outbound filtering.
>> does anyone have a clue? i HATE unsolved puzzles!
>> david camm
>> advanced web systems
>> keller, tx