Many people use Exchange server on MS Windows Server 2008. But since few days, these users are facing problem whenever they were trying to get to @sbcglobal.net account. The SBC email account was stuck in the email queue and after some moment, it started showing an error to the users.
Some people have already found the main cause of this issue, which is most possibly a RDNS issue with the ISP. Questions like were you able to ISP setup a PTR record for that IP address (public), from that email server from which the sending has taken place to the public FQDN of the server? helped the experts check the accounts personally and troubleshoot.
Some experts have also told to check whether the Fully Qualified Domain Name on the Send connector is matched with the PTR. What most of the users think the reason for this very issue is the recent change that occurred in @www SBCGlobal net because there isn’t a single email server that is rejecting emails, but all the mails that are being sent to @sbcglobal.net are showing the same error, i.e., ‘possibly forged hostname’
The Most Possible Solution:
IPChicken from your email server to receive its IP. Do you have this IP of the mail.domain record that you are using? You will have to ping A form from WAN to mail server IP. Check if this fix mail.domain record issue or not. If it doesn’t fix that issue, then check, if it fix ISP. You will be able to know if it is ISP, which is creating the problem or the mail.domain record, and if it is ISP, then you will have to call the E-mail help & support team and explain them that they need to add a reverse PTR. People can also go check out SBCGlobal net email settings just in case they are skeptical about the settings.
User also have to ensure that the Firewall’s NAT policies are correct. If the NAT policy is not right, then there are chances that the outgoing IP is the Firewall. It is not there in the incoming email record. So do not forget to check on that too.
E-mail is the most important and reliable way of communication in the world today. There are numerous webmail service provider available that provides the best service such as Hotmail, AOL, Gmail, etc. Choosing the e-mail service is quiet difficult. You have to look out for some important features such as free storage, security, etc.
SBC global mail is one of the best email service providers. Southwestern Bell Company is the full form of SBC. SBC is a part of AT&T company. It providers free email service for the customers of AT&T (America Telephone & Telegraph). If you search for SBC on any search engine then, you will be automatically re-directed to Yahoo mail login page. That is because AT&T was acquired by southwestern bell company in 2005. So basically, SBCGlobal.net is an output from the merge of Yahoo and ATT. This gives access to all the Yahoo services including Yahoo chat, Yahoo messenger and SBC internet to customers. Yahoo account is free for everyone but you have to be a registered AT&T customer to use SBC Yahoo services.
Customers get access to SBC My Yahoo login page, when they pay for the SBC internet service. You can sign up for a new email account once you get SBC account. You can make multiple email address with one mail email account.
Follow these simple steps for SBC Global mail login
Go to any search engine, then search for SBC email login. Click on the first result. By clicking on the result, you will be directed to AT&T Yahoo login page.
Type in your Email or User ID in the first field. Then enter your password on the next one.
Checking the ‘Keep me signed in’ box will keep your logged in. Do not check the box if you are using public computer.
Click Sign In for sbc global mail login. Now , you will get into sbcglobal.net
After signing in, you can now check your e-mail messages, check your billing information, make payments and even download anti-virus software. If you are using phone, cable , internet or other service of ATT or SBC, then you can manage your billing account.