> Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 00:16:05 -0400
> From: "Moz Champion (Dan)" <moz.champ...@sympatico.ca>
> Subject: Re: Just curious about error 4.1.2
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> HeavyDuty wrote:
> > Moz Champion (Dan) wrote:
> >> HeavyDuty wrote:
> >>> SM 1.1.15, WinXP Pro SP3
> >>> Just curious,
> >>> I was sending a simple very small text e-mail. After a minute of
> >>> "sending" but no completion, I got an error message that said the
> >>> smtp server replied "error 4.1.2," and recipient "domain not
> >>> Since I was replying to a known sender, I neither mistyped nor
> >>> I called my ISP to find out what error 4.1.2 was. The support guy
It is a sendmail error (from the SMTP process on the ISP server,
watches port 24, 953, and one other - if configured for it.) Means
"domain not found" and is a "permanent error".
The delay you mentioned was caused by sendmail trying to resolve
whatever domain you were sending to. The length of the delay was
caused by whatever sendmail is using to resolve domains.
> >>> said he had no idea and besides it was an error code generated by
> >>> e-mail client, not the isp.
> >>> So, did seamonkey generate this error code or did it get it from
> >>> isp and patch it into the error window?
> >>> After closing the error window, I just hit send again in the
> >>> window and, after some hesitation, it went through.
> >>> I am still wanting know what error code 4.1.2 is all about. I
> >>> it comes from an internet code protocol standard, but I could not
> >>> find it. Thanks.
> >> Hmmm, the entries I find for error 4.1.2 are linux or gcc
> >> related. You sure about that number?
> > Yes about the numbers.
> > Where did you find that definition/coe listing?
> google is your friend
> do a search on "error 4.1.2"
> or "SeaMonkey 4.1.2"
> or "SeaMonkey error 4.1.2"
> I was unable to uncover any references aside from specific linux or
> compiler ones - or other programs
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