looking into it ... seems somewhere upstream changed their DNS config to
not pull our reverse information ... just had someone else point it out to
me as well :(
I've removed the jp relay temporarily, since it is failing, and hope to
have it resolved within the next 24hrs ...
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Tatsuo Ishii wrote:
> We have serious problems past 4 days in receiving mail lists from
> postgresql.org. Subscribers living in the jp domain are receiving via
> a relay host named powergres.sra.co.jp (this is an authorized relay
> host for jp domain, and this configuration has been approved by Marc).
> After checking the log on powergres.sra.co.jp, it turns out that
> reverse look up for postgresql.org has been failed and this make it
> impossible to receive those mails from postgresql.org.
> Anyone can take care of this problem?
> Tatsuo Ishii
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