- Guest wrote: 17/12/2006 at 7:45pm
[Mail] Problem mail() and laposte.net
- Good morning
- So far I’ve never had any problem sending e-mails to laposte.net with the mail() function of php. I have an account with them, so I’m testing with this address.
- Since today I keep getting this error from the postmaster:
- – These recipients have been processed by the mail server
[email protected]; Failed; 5.7.0 (different or undefined security status)
- I understand the error but without further explanation I don’t know how to fix it! Besides, I’ve never had a problem, why now?
- Oh yes, I would forget to say that I host my own server on a static ip so personal configuration: I’m not bothered by any host and I use postfix!
- If you see a solution, do not hesitate to leave a short message!
- Thank you. Thank you,
- viviboss wrote: 17/12/2006 at 8:48pm
- …What if you try with another address?
- Is the mail sent or not (the message from ereur says that the mail has been processed…) ?
- Maybe because of the FRom? Your email may be treated as SPAM….
- Did you activate filters in your box?
- Guest wrote: 17/12/2006 at 11:35pm
- The other addresses work and when I send the mail through my client (thunderbird) all messages pass. Do you think the From field makes it look like spam? I haven’t activated any filters either.
- viviboss wrote: 18/12/2006 at 00:23 am
- Try to make a simply formed email, in text format :
- You put the recipient, the sender, the subject… Anyway, you fill in the blanks… And see how that goes…
- Rodolphe_1940 wrote: 18/12/2006 at 01:02 am
We are not alone,
- I have exactly the same problem, messages to laposte.net do not go through the mail function and my message content is only text, no images. not even a link.
I’ll follow this discussion if you find a solution…
- Guest wrote: 18/12/2006 at 12:17pm
- For the moment it’s working, I’m touching wood.
- Here is the log of postfix when I had the problem yesterday:
- Dec 17 23:50:27 www postfix/anvil: statistics: max connection rate 1/60s for (smtp:184.108.40.206) at Dec 17 23:47:07
Dec 17 23:50:27 wwww postfix/anvil: statistics: max connection count 1 for (smtp:220.127.116.11) at Dec 17 23:47:07
Dec 17 23:50:27 www postfix/anvil: statistics: max cache size 1 at Dec 17 23:47:07
- Could this be due to too many e-mails being sent to the same address? So the Post Office smtp takes this as spam?
- Rodolphe_1940 do you have an excerpt from your postfix log? Normally in /var/log/mail.info.