Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
It looks like that the email provider first ask all the destinations
emails servers about the valididy of e-mails.
Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote:
I retrieved an email message, selected Reply all, composed my reply
and pressed Send.
The system puts up an Alert box with the message
"An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded not
our customer. Please verify that your email address is correct in your
Mail Preferences and try again"
1) The wording of the error message is very misleading since it
strongly suggests that it is my address that is wrong in the
preferences, but doesn't suggest at all that it could be
one of the other addresses.
yes, the message is very misleading. It does sound like its complaining
about *your address*. Perhaps you should complain to your email provider.
Excample: FROM myn...@myisp.be -> To: a...@bb.be; c...@dd.be; e...@ff.be
- Email server of MyIsp domain ask the bb domain if the A is ok
result = OK
- Email server of MyIsp domain ask the dd domain if the C is ok
result = not our customer
THEN it would be better to ....
- Email server of MyIsp domain put an Alert Message to the mail-client
of MyName with the following text:
"An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded 'NOT
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