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Am 17.07.2012 18:32, schrieb Tomas Garijo (Click):
> I write to firstname.lastname@example.org and he has full mailbox...
that you are not the only one having problems with them
> I will like to know if the problems is mine
> what do you think?
block this domain completly and let only mails to your postmaster pass
REJECT them, if some foolish idiot does not maintain
his server he must accept this and i do this regulary
if it is not an important/big domain without any complaints
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] En nombre de Reindl Harald
> Enviado el: martes, 17 de julio de 2012 17:12
> Para: email@example.com
> Asunto: Re: invalid domain (in reply to MAIL FROM command))
> and that is why postmaster-address is mandatory by RFC
> Am 17.07.2012 17:05, schrieb Tomas Garijo (Click):
>> Ok Wietse but the remote server (futurviaggi.it) is a server hosting in aruba.it, I can not contact with them. I have a problem because this server outside my country...
>> you think of anything else I can do, Do you see my configuration? It's
>> ok Regards and Thank You very much
>> -----Mensaje original-----
>> De: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> [mailto:email@example.com] En nombre de Wietse Venema
>> Enviado el: martes, 17 de julio de 2012 16:48
>> Para: Postfix users
>> Asunto: Re: invalid domain (in reply to MAIL FROM command))
>> Tomas Garijo (Click):
>>> Ok thank you,
>>> for other domains outside , my smtp server sends
>>> "from=<firstname.lastname@example.org>" does send <> but for domain
>>> futturviaggi.it yes
>>> what happens?
>> RFC 5321 Section 6.1, "Reliable Delivery and Replies by Email"
>> says this:
>> If there is a delivery failure after acceptance of a message,
>> the receiver-SMTP MUST formulate and mail a notification message.
>> This notification MUST be sent using a null ("<>") reverse-path
>> in the envelope. The recipient of this notification MUST be
>> the address from the envelope return path (or the Return-Path:
>> line). However, if this address is null ("<>"), the receiver-SMTP
>> MUST NOT send a notification.
>> You need to find out why YOUR MACHINE could not deliver some email messages.
>> Also, you need to tell the remote mail server that they don't correctly implement SMTP, by rejecting mail from <>.
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