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Error testing smtp proxy. [message #1902] Sat, 26 January 2008 00:42
Horsehunter
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2007
Junior Member
Hello,

Anyone who can explain me, what i'm doing wrong ?

Just wanted to make a check-up on my stmp-proxy setup, since i've changed ip's
But for some reason NoSpamToday! gives me and error, when i hit the test button : Protocol Error : 553 Mailbox syntax incorrect or mailbox not allowed

What does that mean, cant see anywhere what might be wrong.. ?

Nothing has changed on my mail server besides changning the ip address, which I done both places ( mail server and NoSpamToday! )

But If I telnet both ports I get the exact same replies, and I can see the connection in my mailservers active sessions..

Should I take that as if the spamfilter are working oki ?

I hope that any of you have time to help out.

Best regards
Re: Error testing smtp proxy. [message #1903 is a reply to message #1902] Tue, 29 January 2008 13:05 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
> Anyone who can explain me, what i'm doing wrong ?
>
> Just wanted to make a check-up on my stmp-proxy setup, since
> i've changed ip's
> But for some reason NoSpamToday! gives me and error, when i hit
> the test button : Protocol Error : 553 Mailbox syntax incorrect
> or mailbox not allowed
>
> What does that mean, cant see anywhere what might be wrong.. ?
>
> Nothing has changed on my mail server besides changning the ip
> address, which I done both places ( mail server and
> NoSpamToday! )
>
> But If I telnet both ports I get the exact same replies, and I
> can see the connection in my mailservers active sessions..
>
> Should I take that as if the spamfilter are working oki ?

Yes. No reason to worry.
When you hit the "Test" button, NoSpamToday tries to send a test message with an empty sender address to the recipient "postmaster". Some mail servers are not fully RFC compliant and this test may fail, but NSTwill still be able to operate normally.



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