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553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts

I am getting this same error message each time I send an email. The email gets bounce back to me with (553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts). The only person I can email is myself or my husband which is on the same server as me. An ideas? I have tried everything I have read and I can think of. Please help. Cathy

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Hello Cathy,

This is not an outlook issue. This error is usually generated by the recipient's mail server basically saying that your domain/server isn't in their DNS list, so they don't trust your mail yet.

If you've only recently set up your email system make sure that the DNS records are all in place for your email domain - most notably your MX record (should also consider SPF record.)

If you've recently set up the DNS records, then try giving them some more time to populate on the internet.


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Ok, this normally happens when the email receiver doesn't exist, however with my past experience with MS Outlook - it doesn't work unless it's set up correctly and specifically - and it's VERY difficult to do just right. I would suggest going with regular Hotmail and AOL accounts, they're free and there's no setup process apart from filling in the form to apply for the account.

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