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thanks a lot for your help.
Just to precise my need for information:
> > 554 5.7.1
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Relay access denied;
> This is the response postfix sent to the remote client. The
> SMTP response is 554 (a permanent error) with an extended code
> of 5.7.1, and a text description of what was rejected (the
> recipient address) and why (relay access denied).
Is the Email address at exactly that place always (by definition of the
logline format) the recipients Email address ? Or may there be placed any
text information (i.e. in some cases the senders address ) ? The question is
just, how and as what to interpret the information at that part of the
We are just struggling to find out if there's a certain problem with
Thunderbird (but almost probably, just the mail user messed up his SMTP
configuration ffor his mail account).
The mail server setup itself works like a charm.