Github user ted-ross commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: src/router_core/transfer.c ---
    @@ -634,6 +634,23 @@ static void qdr_link_forward_CT(qdr_core_t *core, 
qdr_link_t *link, qdr_delivery
    +    //
    +    // There is no address that we can send this delivery to, which means 
the addr was not found in our hastable. This
    +    // can be because there were no receivers or because the address was 
not defined in the config file.
    +    // If the treatment for such addresses is set to be forbidden, we send 
back a rejected disposition and detach the link
    +    //
    +    else if (core->qd->treatment == QD_TREATMENT_LINK_FORBIDDEN) {
    +        dlv->disposition = PN_REJECTED;
    +        dlv->error = qdr_error("qd:forbidden", "Sending deliveries to this 
address is forbidden");
    --- End diff --
    You should be using one of the AMQP-specified error conditions that is in 
the amqp.[ch] files.  It seems that the appropriate error condition is 
"amqp:not-allowed", not "forbidden" (which is an error code only for the 
management protocol).

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