|accidentally delete the verification file||Ali Raza1||6/10/12 10:37 PM|
Domain Name: www.fivestarapparels.com.pk
Users Affected: all users of fivestarapparels.com.pk
Problem Description: I accidentally delete the verification file of Google apps from my website ie :http://www.fivestarapparels.com.pk/googlexxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.html . then all e-mails from other domain bounce back . i again add the Google apps file and verify again . but unable to send or receive mails .
when sent any mail to fivestarapparels.com.pk domain a bound back mail receive
Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:
Kindly help me
|Re: accidentally delete the verification file||LMcKin51-Top Contributor||6/11/12 7:40 AM|
I don't see anything wrong with your domain mx records and your address seam to be working when i did a email test.
|Re: accidentally delete the verification file||nbp||6/11/12 7:55 AM|
The same thing happened to me. The verification file is gone, I might have mistakingly deleted it.
Now I can't receive any emails. People are calling me and complaining about it.
Have you found any solution to the problem?
|Re: accidentally delete the verification file||Ali Raza1||6/11/12 8:17 AM|
Thanks LMCkin51-Power for your valuable support.
I have updated the mx-record in WWW.000webhost.com (where i have hosted my website) and i think i will be working fine due to this . kindly find out the attached pic for your reference of my e-mail setting in Google apps.
whenever i send a mail to myself i still receive 2 mails 1 is originally sent mail and the other is a bounce back mail. (Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:)
Kindly also check out the setting of MX-Record in my Google apps are they right i am attaching both pics for your reference.
Thanks in Advance for your valuable answer.
|Re: accidentally delete the verification file||LMcKin51-Top Contributor||6/11/12 10:53 AM|
on the image #1 above it show your mx records pointing to the 000webhost mx records instead of Google apps mx and when i checked your domain dns lookup your mx is point to google apps mx see domain dns lookup how long has it been since you change your mx record back.