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sender rejected AUP#CDRBL

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  • rbairwell

    You'll need to contact whichever organisation the server is trying to send to to find out why they are blocking your server from sending to them. cPanel LLC will have no idea as to who you are sending to or why they are blocking your email.

    You have done a good step about checking public blocklists for the IP address, but some blocklists operate at the sending domain level so it'll be worth checking that as well - along with checking that the DKIM and SPF records are setup correctly for the domain. Tools such as https://dkimvalidator.com and https://www.checktls.com/TestSender may help check these and other mail delivery issues.

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  • xqm2023

    after https://dkimvalidator.com/results When checking my email server, all emails need to go through the host omta35. uswest2. a.cloudfilter.net. I found that many IPs on this host are blacklisted. I would like to ask how to set up a way to send emails without going through the host omta35. uswest2. a.cloudfilter.net? What is this host used for?

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    You can always use a Smarthost to send your email from your cPanel server through a different service:

    https://support.cpanel.net/hc/en-us/articles/360052412573-How-to-configure-a-third-party-smarthost-for-your-cPanel-server

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  • xqm2023
    1. "I only want to use the domain name and IP address of my local email server as the outbound sender of emails, without using a third-party smart host for sending emails."
    2. "I have never set up the use of 'omta35.uswest2.a.cloudfilter.net' as the outbound email server. Could you please advise on how to remove 'omta35.uswest2.a.cloudfilter.net' as the smart host for sending emails?"
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  • mtindor

    The problem with removing that server as the smarthost is that it is very likely that your datacenter / server provider has blocked outbound TCP 25 from all machines except for connection to Cloudfilter servers.   They likely pipe all outbound SMTP through Cloudfilter servers.   It's very common for some server providers to do this.   I don't like it.  I don't think it should be done.  And you're right, those smarthosts end up getting blacklisted and affecting everyone in the whole datacenter.   It is highly likely that if you reconfigure things so mail sends direct-to-MX from your server, you will not be able to make any connection at all because the datacenter is blocking the servers/VPSs from making outbound SMTP connections over TCP 25.

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    xqm2023 - I removed your most recent post as it had a large amount of personal information.  Please remember, we can't share publicly-identifiable information on the forum.

    It seems you're still blocked by the same blacklist from that output, though.

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  • xqm2023

    1、SSL verify error: certificate name mismatch: DN="/C=US/ST=California/O=Proofpoint, Inc./CN=*.smtp.a.cloudfilter.net"

    2、sender rejected AUP#CDRBL

    Will it be the first error that affects Sender Rejected AUP#CDRBL?
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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    No, the SSL verification message isn't related to you being on a blacklist at all.

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  • xqm2023

    I have configured the EXIM manager to use Amazon SES for sending emails. However, there's an email account that has set up Forwarders to automatically forward inbox emails to the Zendesk ticket system. This email account is not forwarding emails through Amazon SES but is instead using the local email server's exit. Other email accounts are able to send emails normally through Amazon SES.

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    Is it possible the cPanel >> Email Routing option for that domain isn't configured properly?  You'd have to check the Exim logs to get more information about why that forward is behaving that way.

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