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deltaserver

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Error in E-mailing Reports
« on: September 07, 2006, 06:52:23 AM »
Dear All,

Our customer is using Microsoft exchange server, we scheduled th report to send by e-mail, but when test the mail CAM service gives the following below error.

09/06/06 10:27:41      Port 4252 has been opened successfully
09/06/06 10:27:46   superDebug: Attempting to connect to ip address 192.168.1.2
superDebug: Received 63 bytes:
220 mail.akesu.org - ready at Wed, 06 Sep 2006 10:27:46 +0300
<<<getline<<< 220 mail.abc.org - ready at Wed, 06 Sep 2006 10:27:46 +0300
superDebug: Attempting to send 13 bytes:
EHLO server
>>>putline>>> EHLO server
superDebug: Received 148 bytes:
250-mail.abc.org
250-SIZE 102400000
250-PIPELINING
250-8BITMIME
250-CHUNKING
250-AUTH=LOGIN
250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN CRAM-MD5
250 EHLO server
<<<getline<<< 250-mail.abc.org
<<<getline<<< 250-SIZE 102400000
<<<getline<<< 250-PIPELINING
<<<getline<<< 250-8BITMIME
<<<getline<<< 250-CHUNKING
<<<getline<<< 250-AUTH=LOGIN
<<<getline<<< 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN CRAM-MD5
<<<getline<<< 250 EHLO server
Sending stdin.txt to xyz.abc@abc.org(E-mail address removed)
Subject: Call Accounting Mate mail subsystem test
Login name is CAMService
superDebug: Attempting to send 25 bytes:
MAIL FROM: <CAMService>
>>>putline>>> MAIL FROM: <CAMService>
superDebug: Received 42 bytes:
501 Address Syntax Error in <CAMService>
<<<getline<<< 501 Address Syntax Error in <CAMService>
The SMTP server does not like the sender name.
Have you set your mail address correctly?
superDebug: Attempting to send 6 bytes:
QUIT
>>>putline>>> QUIT
superDebug: Received 34 bytes:
221 closing connection. Goodbye!
<<<getline<<< 221 closing connection. Goodbye!

What is going wrong here, is anybody had this problem,
Any inputs highly appriciated

Regards
DS

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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2010, 10:35:09 PM »
I think this topic was discussed loads of time before at this forum