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BizOdd
Posted: Dec 6 2010, 04:15 PM
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Hi Guys,
So, I've got a CentOS 5.5 server running XMail 1.27
My client sent out an email this morning with ~20 BCC addresses on it,
number 13 or so had a bad address '<@>'

watching the TCP stream it looks something like this (domains obscured for obvious reasons)


220 MyDomain.com <1291646179.1085192512@MyDomain.com> [XMail 1.27 ESMTP Server] service ready; Mon, 6 Dec 2010 09:36:19 -0500
EHLO MyDomain.com
250-MyDomain.com
250-VRFY
250-ETRN
250-8BITMIME
250-PIPELINING
250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN CRAM-MD5
250 SIZE 51200000
AUTH PLAIN AGNoYXJ0ZXJpbmdAZ2lic29uLmNhAGNmYm9xMQ==
235 Authentication successful
MAIL FROM:<me@MyDomain.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<chartering@xxxxx.se>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<info@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<Chartering@xxxxx.Com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<Houston@xxxxx.us>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<london@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<atlantic@xxxxx.bm>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<chart@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<werner@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<ferris@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<chart@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<match@xxxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<info@xxxx.com>
250 OK
RCPT TO:<@>
501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments: (-132)
RCPT TO:<chartering@xxx.de>
503 Bad sequence of commands
RCPT TO:<chartering@xxxx.com>
503 Bad sequence of commands
RCPT TO:<chartering@xxxx.gr>
503 Bad sequence of commands
RCPT TO:<chartering@xxxx.com>

Does anyone know of a way to ask XMail to continue after an error? is there a way to tell it to reject the bad address but continue processing RCPT TO's ?

Regards
BizOdd
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