tonix (Antonio Nati) wrote:

At 19.21 16/03/2005, you wrote:

tonix (Antonio Nati) wrote:

At 15.31 16/03/2005, you wrote:

Good morning,

I recently installed chkuser in response to a SpamCop listing. I have a user getting addresses rejected that we know exist. The addresses are in valias and work fine when I send a message. The user in question is recently getting rejections. Here is a sample of the qmail-smtp log.

2005-03-15 17:06:06.731444500 CHKUSER rejected rcpt: from <[EMAIL PROTECTED]::> remote <SUPPORT4:wls-41-226-196-65.tls.net:65.196.226.41> rcpt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> : not existing recipient

2005-03-16 08:37:28.526532500 CHKUSER accepted rcpt: from <[EMAIL PROTECTED]::> remote <[192.168.1.101]:64-184-8-148.bb.hrtc.net:64.184.8.148> rcpt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> : found existing recipient


You should enable CHKUSER_RCPT_FORMAT and see if there are any strange characters (invisible in log) that make the address unusable (you have rcpt not existing when you could have INVALID FORMAT)


I can certainly do that. But I am confused, if I did't enable CHKUSER_RCPT_FORMAT shouldn't the address work as it did before? Or is there some level of format checking going on by default?


Despite of CHKUSER_RCPT_FORMAT define, chkuser calls some routines to check for rcpt existence, and may be that address "my(invisible char)[EMAIL PROTECTED]" is not found and logged immediately as "not existing rcpt".

Ciao,

Tonino

I removed that from the issue, the addresses are correct. If the user sends a single email everything is fine. The message that is failing has over 100 rcpt to addresses. Of course, _one_ email address is incorrect, so the entire connection is rejected.


I should have caught that in the logs, it's been a very long week.

Thanks,

DAve


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