From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2012-10-31 10:49:51 -0400
Subject: Re: Unexplained 550 5.7.1
On 29 Oct 2012 11:34, Jon Rowlan whispered from the shadows...:
> This is from my mail.log, does it means that the 550 was issued by
> milter-ahead ?
> Oct 29 15:21:02 ant milter-ahead: 00054 q9TFL1og027049: filterMail(8092390,
> Oct 29 15:21:02 ant sm-mta: q9TFL1og027049: ruleset=check_rcpt,
arg1=<anaddress@validdomain name.co.uk>, relay=col0-omc3-s12.col0.hotmail.com
[188.8.131.52], reject=550 5.7.1 <anaddress@validdomain name.co.uk>... Relaying
The 550 was issued by the sendmail ruleset=check_rcpt before the milter
was given the RCPT info. Had it been issued by milter-ahead, there
should be a milter-ahead[PID] log line followed by by a similar sendmail
log line repeating (rephrasing) the milter error.
> There are no local rules to block the sender or recipient.
Well the error in question is related to relaying. But looking at both
the sender and recipient, it appears you have a typo in the recipient
address (there is a space in the domain name).
recipient <anaddress@validdomain name.co.uk>
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