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    message delivary failure


    by radhika reddy ·

    We have domine We have mail-ids & we use outlook to download our emails.

    Recently I got problem. When ever we are sending mail to domine, we are reciveing Message Delivery Failure. I enquired with our domine persons they say mistake is not from our side, TCS domine persons also say the same. So I am giving this mail to you. Please infom me what is tthe meaning of the follwoing. This problem I am facing for the last 3 months. I am copying the message:
    From: Delivery Subsystem []
    Sent: 05 June 2009 12:06
    Subject: Message Delivery Failure

    MailEnable: Message Delivery Failure.

    Reason: ME-E0193: [C027CADE437F4EA380E0D14D0CA296CF.MAI] Message Delivery Failure.

    Your message addressed to the target domain ( could not be delivered because the mail server responsible for this domain returned a permanent error.

    The server returned:


    Message headers follow:

    Received: from RADHIKAPC ([]) by with MailEnable ESMTP; Fri, 05 Jun 2009 12:05:08 +0530
    From: “R.RADHIKA”
    To: “‘Basha Gouse'”
    Subject: RE: Payment of 2245/-
    Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2009 12:04:58 +0530
    Message-ID: <00f501c9e5a7$c08376b0$418a6410$@com>
    MIME-Version: 1.0
    Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
    X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook 12.0
    Thread-Index: AcnlnGBL/ELcU8EvRRqcW5cZ+UDiDQACuTGA
    Content-Language: en-in

    Please give me solution for the above.

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      by radhika reddy ·

      In reply to message delivary failure


    • #2933478

      OK, the first four main reasons for non delivery are:

      by deadly ernest ·

      In reply to message delivary failure

      1. The addressee name is incorrect, this can be a misspelling in the name, a misplaced space or dot in the name of either the receiver or the domain. Both parts of the address must be prefect for a delivery. For example, let’s assume we want following are all seen as different addresses and all wrong:

      fred.ward@domain .com

      2. The DNS address of the mail server in the DNS registers is wrong. When the system does up a DNS request and gets a response of is

      It tries to send to that specific IP address, if the mail server has been moved to another IP address or has it misnumbered in it’s ID the mail won’t arrive. An example in this case would be a mail server thinking it’s would see a non delivery.

      3. The mail server is NOT registered in the DNS registries would also see a non delivery. So would the server being off for service etc.

      4. If your domain is on any of the blacklists as a spammer some of the routers wont accept or forward mail from you. If it’s not configured right it would give a non-delivery response instead of a more detailed response about why the refusal.

      Another reason not counted above is an unusual one. If the final mail server is behind a shared gateway and there is a conflict issue with the protocols between the gateway mail server and the internal server, you can get a non-delivery response some times.

      If you can send me a peer mail with a valid email address of where you’re trying to get the mail to, I can try sending a test message to it and see what I get. This would allow me to do some more detailed analysis.


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