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Answering a received mail leads to a "501 systax error"

Our GWIA is receiving quite well and if I send a mail from our site also sending is fine.

But if I want to answer to a received e-mail sending will lead to a message:

501 syntax error in parameters and arguments

What's goes wrong with our gwia ???

Bye

Alfons
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Re: Answering a received mail leads to a "501 systax error"

I just found the error by myself:

there was no entry for the hostname /hn in the gwia.cfg - file. It was marked as comment.

After adding this entry to the active configuration the smtp error is gone.....

Bye

Alfons




Alfons;2339534 wrote:
Our GWIA is receiving quite well and if I send a mail from our site also sending is fine.

But if I want to answer to a received e-mail sending will lead to a message:

501 syntax error in parameters and arguments

What's goes wrong with our gwia ???

Bye

Alfons
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Re: Answering a received mail leads to a "501 systax error"

Hi.
Am 14.11.2014 14:46, schrieb Alfons:
>
> I just found the error by myself:
>
> there was no entry for the hostname /hn in the gwia.cfg - file. It was
> marked as comment.
>
> After adding this entry to the active configuration the smtp error is
> gone.....


Thanks for the feedback, and glad you found it.

But: This should really rather be configured in the admin interface
instead of inside the .cfg. The .cfg is (except the paths) supposed to
be empty, and only used for (temporary) overriding of the configuration.

CU,
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Massimo Rosen
Novell Knowledge Partner
No emails please!
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CU,
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Massimo Rosen
Micro Focus Knowledge Partner
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