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Mail Monitor - Bug in Quick Reply (Mail Monitor 1.8ß)
03-21-2003, 06:31 AM
Post: #1
 
When using the quick reply function, messages don't seem to get delivered. A delivery error report is generated by the mailserver. In the header, the "to" address seems to be wrong.

The to-domain is cut off when it contains a dash.

An excerpt from the error message:

[<01>] Error sending message [1048239100751.236903451.server.x.y] from [x.y].

ID: <S2638F>
Mail From: <x@y.com>
Rcpt To: <cornelis.van.bemmel@tpa>

[<02>] The reason of the delivery failure was:

417 Temporary delivery error

Kind regards,
Cornelis

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03-21-2003, 02:51 PM
Post: #2
 
Thank you for bug report. This bug will be fixed in the next version. Right now I can suggest add one space before email.

One note: bug can be reproduced only if you write pure email in the TO field. Pure - without name and other extra symbols like '<' and '>'

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03-22-2003, 12:22 PM
Post: #3
 
Hi,

Thanks for your reply.
About reproducing the bug: it also occurs when using <x@tpa-nl.com>. But I'll remember the space workaround!

Regards,
Cornelis

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