Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
Rick Merrill wrote:
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
Rick Merrill wrote:
Sometimes an email address fails for one reason or another.
This is not a problem if you have a single addressee but if
one of many addresses fails it's nice to know which one had
the problem.

In email the client says:
the server replies:
550 No such domain
So the client can see immediately the incorrect address.
But the SM email client doesn't display the result to the user.

Is there any way to access the "RCPT' message in SM?
In other words, is there a way to create & examine "a session log"?

- Rick

this isn't a message from SM but rather from the sending server. And the message only tells you which address, in this case, is bad, cause there is no such domain as

SM fails to pass the message, translating all the possible info right out of it. I want the message original message from the server so I can debug my address list.

unless I'm missing something, this has nothing to do with SM. Talk to your email provider

I have been told by telnet experts that the diagnostic comes from the server but the mail client (SM) "could" pass it along but does not.
According to them 'some' clients can maintain a log of the SMTP
transactions, sooo I was wondering/hoping that SeaMonkey could do that.
I really hate it when 1 of many email addresses has gone bad, don't you?
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