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Re: [SLE] envelope sender domain
  • From: Constant Brouerius van Nidek <constant@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2001 18:51:24 +0700
  • Message-id: <20010809114503.B0DFAE6541@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Don't think that the error message is coming from my ISP
which I normally use for connecting to the world outside.
I also get at the same time a 552 error message, this time
saying that my not send emails will remain in my outbox.
That would more point to Kmail sending this message.
POP works with the same information that I have provided in
the setup.

You need to configure your system name. I suspect your e
JT>-mails are
JT>going out with something like localhost@localdomain or
JT>whatever the
JT>default is. I don't know Kmail. I suspect that the error
JT>message is
JT>coming from the other end. As an anti-spam measure, it is
JT>that the From: address in the envelope (not necessarily the
JT>same as the
JT>From: address in the header) have a domain name that
JT>resolves to an
JT>Internet address. Whose SMTP server are you using? Your
JT>ISP or are
JT>you running Sendmail, Postfix, qmail, etc?


JT>Quoting Constant Brouerius van Nidek <constant@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
JT>> After having had Red Hat6.2 I now have a freshly installed
JT>> SuSe 7.2
JT>> Trying to use Kmail I am able to receive emails but with
JT>> the sending I get following message:
JT>> Sending failed
JT>> a SMTP error occurred
JT>> Command Mail
JT>> Response: 552 sorry, your envelope
JT>> sender domain must exist (#5.7.1)
JT>> i have no idea what I have forgotten and the information
JT>> does not make it too simple to trace the problem.
JT>> Could somebody help me out with details?>


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