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Emanuele Gallo a écrit :
> I don't think that it's the problem. My mail server is developed in C
> language and replies that I send to Postfix are strings. As I think you
> know, all strings in C are NULL terminated and there's no chance for
> create string that aren't NULL terminated.
1- data sent over the network has nothing to do with C, java, or
whatever language. In particular, when you talk SMTP, you must obey SMTP
2- Even in C, char* does not need to be NULL terminated.
if this isn't clear, try
$ man 2 write
$ man sendto
PS. "Unix Network Programming" by W. Richard Stevens is an excellent
> Moreover, as previously
> mentioned, my server works well with Mozilla Thunderbird. If
> <CR><LF><NULL> were the guilty, neither the first string ("220
> myMailServer.localhost SMTP service ready") would arrive.