groups.io error


Ken Schweizer
 

Has anyone started receiving the following error? I'm running the latest update of Windows 10 Version 1909 for x64 (KB4524101)

 

I have received two of these errors when transmitting a post via e-mail, but when I retransmit the same message (I forward it to the same address) it goes through without error.

 

groups.io rejected your message to the following email addresses:

BibleProphecy@groups.io (BibleProphecy@groups.io)
Your message couldn't be delivered. The error returned by the email server outside Office 365 suggests that the Internet's directory listing for the recipient's email domain (the text after the "@" symbol in the recipient's email address) doesn't exist or isn't set up correctly. A distinct and correct listing for the recipient's domain must exist to determine where to send the message. This can only be fixed by the recipient's email admin. To fix the problem, contact the recipient by some other means (by phone, for example) and give them the error message below to give to their email admin to fix.

For Email Admins
When Office 365 tried to send the message outside of Office 365 the external email server returned the error below. This error was reported by an email server outside Office 365 and it indicates that the Domain Name System (DNS) mail exchanger (MX) record or A record for the recipient's domain doesn't exist or isn't set up correctly. To fix this contact the recipient's email admin and ask them to work with their domain registrar (or Web host provider) to properly set up a correct MX and A record for their domain.

Only the recipient's email admin can fix this. Unfortunately, Office 365 support won't be able to help with these kinds of externally reported errors.

groups.io gave this error:
Remote server returned invalid or missing DNS MX or A record for recipient domain -> 500 Invalid request, no reverse DNS for 40.92.41.71

Ken

"When the plain sense of Scripture makes common sense, seek no other sense; therefore, take every word at its primary, ordinary, usual, literal meaning unless the facts of the immediate context, studied in the light of related passages and axiomatic and fundamental truths, indicate clearly otherwise." Dr David L. Cooper

 


Gerald Boutin <groupsio@...>
 

On Sat, Nov 23, 2019 at 09:32 PM, Ken Schweizer wrote:

Has anyone started receiving the following error? I'm running the latest update of Windows 10 Version 1909 for x64 (KB4524101)

 

I have received two of these errors when transmitting a post via e-mail, but when I retransmit the same message (I forward it to the same address) it goes through without error.

 

groups.io rejected your message to the following email addresses:

BibleProphecy@groups.io (BibleProphecy@groups.io)
Your message couldn't be delivered. The error returned by the email server outside Office 365 suggests that the Internet's directory listing for the recipient's email domain (the text after the "@" symbol in the recipient's email address) doesn't exist or isn't set up correctly. A distinct and correct listing for the recipient's domain must exist to determine where to send the message. This can only be fixed by the recipient's email admin. To fix the problem, contact the recipient by some other means (by phone, for example) and give them the error message below to give to their email admin to fix.

For Email Admins
When Office 365 tried to send the message outside of Office 365 the external email server returned the error below. This error was reported by an email server outside Office 365 and it indicates that the Domain Name System (DNS) mail exchanger (MX) record or A record for the recipient's domain doesn't exist or isn't set up correctly. To fix this contact the recipient's email admin and ask them to work with their domain registrar (or Web host provider) to properly set up a correct MX and A record for their domain.

Only the recipient's email admin can fix this. Unfortunately, Office 365 support won't be able to help with these kinds of externally reported errors.

groups.io gave this error:
Remote server returned invalid or missing DNS MX or A record for recipient domain -> 500 Invalid request, no reverse DNS for 40.92.41.71

 


 Ken,

Yes, there have been several reports of outlook 365 email server Reverse DNS issues recently.

Do a search on "Reverse DNS" gets some of them.
--
Gerald