Re: Relay Access Denied Problem
- From: "Joe Grover" <grover.joe@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 11:17:17 -0400
Did he have the wrong address, but the correct domain? If so, then yeah that's pretty weird. I suppose they could have the server configured to kick back a "relaying denied" error instead of a "no such user" to prevent harvesting attacks.
If he had the wrong email domain then it'd be normal if clearvision.net was pointed to fabulous.com's mail server but they didn't have it set up as a local domain. It never would have even looked at the user, it'd just reject it based on being a non-local domain.
"Scott Christopher" <schristopher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:8fc30fee-4318-4f37-a5c7-b9c2d1c1442f@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Oh it get's even more funny...
The user now says it was his fault. He had the wrong e-mail address.
What confuses me is usually when someone enters the wrong e-mail
address, the rejection notice comes back as "unknown user" or "no such
Thanks for the help.... even though I gave bad information!
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