On Dec 3, 2006, at 12:43, Wilfried Mestdagh wrote:
> Hello Francois,
> I did, but now I have following situation while redirecting a mail:
> < 451 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: Sender address rejected: SENDING FROM
> HOTMAIL.COM IS DISABLED DUE TO LARGE NUMBER OF SPAMRUNS
I would still use the original. This seems to be an exceptional case.
Another thing that some mailers do (Eudora Pro, Mac OS Mail) is they
add a "redirected" string to the From address, such as:
From: "Original Sender" (redirected by "New Sender")
From: "Original Sender" (by way of "New Sender")
X-Redirected: (date) (sender)
> I guess I should delivere it back to the original return-path. That's
> where it is for I assume ?
Yes, and if you add the redirect notice in the "From:", the original
sender will know that the message that bounced was the redirected one.
> Also I assume the SMTP server's 451 is not correct in this situation.
> Should be 5xx right ?
No. 451 indicates that it is a transient error, not a permanent one.
This means you may try again later.
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