I have been with VM 8 years. All that time I have successfully used mail forwarding via a web domain I own. Today I am still receiving emails but cannot send. Comes up with error message. Anyone else experienced this? VM support say it is not a problem with VM
notice the xx.xx.xx.xx that I guess I put in for extra safety (There was previously something sending email from my @ email address... so that was extra safety... and I know it's fragile to include IP address... maybe that's what changed here... just trying to remind myself what that part is and how I find out what it should be now).
I though would reply now prior to me working it out because you said "Anyone else experienced this?" and maybe someone else will point me/us the right direction. (I'll try shortly to remove the ip4:xx.xx.xx.xx/24 part, obviously the xx's are numbers in real-life).
And thanks ravenstar68 for your help years ago. (but please anyone feel free to comment)
I have a similar problem (see "Error message Sender Domain Invalid (VM424)")
@ravenstar68 is on my case as well. Looks like a VM problem and there are similar issues going back 3-4 years according to the posts on here. Let's hope someone @virginmedia spots the increasing number of posts.
The SPF record passed muster and gave me a pass when I used one of VM's email server IP's as a test.
@ModTeam - Can we get this escalated to the powers that be?
P.S VM's phone support know nothing about email. I've had fun with them in the past when VM messed up their ACL lists so they effectively banned mobile networks from connecting. The phrase "Maybe your mobile providers network was too busy" will always be stuck in my mind. 😂
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