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MAIL command expected

Had a user forward me the undeliverable she recevied back trying to
send an email to an address she's sent to before.

The message that you sent was undeliverable to the following:

email@address.com (503 5.5.1 MAIL command expected)


Information about your message:
Subject: subject........not important
GroupWise Message Id: 517A6D49.B2F:123:45810
Message log tag: 479565
Number of send attempts: 1
Time of initial send attempt: 04-26-13 12:05:01


What gives? Something I need to check on my GWIA or elsewhere?

Running gw2012 sp1, gwia running on sles11sp1/oes11 (64bit) box.

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Stevo
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Re: MAIL command expected

On 4/26/2013 1:31 PM, Stevo wrote:
> Had a user forward me the undeliverable she recevied back trying to
> send an email to an address she's sent to before.
>
> The message that you sent was undeliverable to the following:
>
> email@address.com (503 5.5.1 MAIL command expected)
>
>
> Information about your message:
> Subject: subject........not important
> GroupWise Message Id: 517A6D49.B2F:123:45810
> Message log tag: 479565
> Number of send attempts: 1
> Time of initial send attempt: 04-26-13 12:05:01
>
>
> What gives? Something I need to check on my GWIA or elsewhere?
>
> Running gw2012 sp1, gwia running on sles11sp1/oes11 (64bit) box.
>

Absolutely nothing to figure out without a wire trace.

SMTP says do

EHLO (or HELO
MAIL FROM:<from adddress>
RCPT TO:<to address>
DATA

Any out of order command is rejected.

Could be bad sender, bad firewall proxy, etc.


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