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Delivery Status Notification

By Sam Lee ·
When we send an email to a particular company who have their own server (.co.uk)

We get this message back:-

from postmaster@he.local

This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Delivery to the following recipients failed.

The email address in the message is their old server ?????@btconnect.com NOT the email address sent to.

No-one seems to be able to understand what is happening as everyone else can send emails to them OK.

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SMTP/POP3 Tools

by acidbomb In reply to Delivery Status Notificat ...

There can be a SMTP Application to send Multiple ( or even fake mails) and has been set to send a automatic reply mail without a real sender info ( it can be given as: "postmaster@he.local" or anything else they like! even not a real address or an address without the format of a mail like "banana"

A possible option for this ?????@btconnect.com address is that they set their server ( i mean .co.uk server ) to forward all received mails for their old address ( @btconnect.com ).

so when you send an email to .co.uk it forward your mail to btconnect.com and there is a software that send you a generated email with a unreal address!

BUT i don't know Why!

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Old server forwarding emails

by Sam Lee In reply to SMTP/POP3 Tools

Thanks, that is the case - they have set up server to forward all emails but for some reason our emails are not getting through. Apparently no-one else has complained of this problem to them!
It seems as if it is their old server blocking us?!

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