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If you receive the following error when trying to create a mail box on a MailEnable server or mail to accounts on a domain immediately gets rejected:
Unable to update the mail account properties:mailmng failed: There are no domains for post office.
Please note, the server implements greylisting so it may take a while for an email to pass through.
- Log into your dedicated server using Remote Desktop.
- Clck on Start > MailEnable to load the MailEnable Administrator.
- Expand the Messaging Manager, then expand Post Offices, then expand the domain in question.
- Click on Domains. If there are no domains listed,right click the open space, hover over New, and then click Domain.
- Add the domain name of the site in question.
- Select a mailbox from one of the already existing mailboxes for the postmaster. Click Okay.
- When it asks if you want to add an alias email for this domain for each mailbox in the post office, select no.
- Click on Start > Run > cmd and type:
Note that running the mchk.exe command will delete any mail accounts created outside of Plesk. It will also reset any passwords that have been changed through the webmail client to the original passwords used when the mail accounts were set up in Plesk.
mchk.exe --domain --domain-name=DOMAINNAMEINQUESTIONHERE
- Test to verify an email can be delivered.
Article ID: 416, Created: April 9, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Modified: August 28, 2014 at 10:05 AM