Hi, I’ve got a mail problem on my server, but don’t see what the real problem is.
dnsstuff.com reports the following:
No nameservers respond to queries via TCP. If no nameservers respond to TCP connections, this means that standard zone transfers (usually for slave DNS server replication) and most DNSSEC functions will not work. This can cause difficult to diagnose issues with those protocols. The nameservers that failed TCP queries are:
ns2.penghosting.nl. | 22.214.171.124
ns1.penghosting.nl. | 126.96.36.199
No nameservers provided an SOA record for the zone. You should configure your nameservers to have a master slave relationship. The update of the zone information to the slave nameservers should be handled through the SOA record.
No MX records exist within the zone. This is legal, but if you want to receive E-mail on this domain, you should have MX record(s). The program can’t continue in a case like this, so we are assuming you don’t receive mail on this domain.
Now, mail does ‘work’, but it can take hours for a mail to arrive.
In DNS Records of the domain on the server, I see:
mail A - IPv4 Address 188.8.131.52
georgefoto.nl MX - Mail Server 1 mail.georgefoto.nl.
So I don’t know why dnsstuff can’t ‘see’ the MX records.
Anybody an idea what I should do next to make this work as it should?