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Old 07-01-2004, 09:18 AM   #1
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Missing IP addresses BIND 9

I have what I thought was a working DNS on RH9 with BIND 9.

I discover that I can't send email using this DNS to one address. Yes that is right ONE address. The address is If I use an external DNS from another email server I have no problem. The admin at the ISP for told me that I am not using updated hints. I have updated the hints with no success.

I can't tell you how depressed this is making me. I am certainly not a DNS "guru" but I think I have a basic understanding of the concept.

Can anyone help?


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