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[REBOL] Re: Server error: tcp 553

From: gscottjones:mchsi at: 18-Apr-2003 11:11

Hi, Jim, ... SJ> I am unclear why you have supplied 3 arguments for SEND SJ> when only 2 are required by default. JC> send to-email m-field/text my-area/text JC> to-email m-field/text is the first argument; it doesn't work without to-email My apologies. Poor excuse but I was tired yesterday and totally spaced it that "to-email" was a REBOL command. Apologies. JC> I can send anywhere without being bounced EXCEPT JC> when I use REBOL. Then I get bounced sending to some JC> addresses. My server isn't blacklisted. I figure it's my error. <link to script removed> JC> And thanks to everyone who responded. First, the good news is that your script seems to work unchanged through my smtp server. Looking at the header that is sent, I see one possible issue. REBOL includes: X-REBOL: View http://WWW.REBOL.COM as a part of its standard header. There is a chance that your smtp server blocks on this header. Easiest way to check is to modify REBOL's header template to get rid of this marker. system/standard/email: make system/standard/email [ To: none CC: none BCC: none From: none Reply-To: none Date: none Subject: none Return-Path: none Organization: none Message-Id: none Comment: none MIME-Version: none Content-Type: none Content: none ] Place this at the begiining of your script and then rerun your script. If messages still bounce, then there may be another problem with the header. Are you sending HTML email? If so then the header may be malformed for this purpose. Compliant email clients send a mutipart email that includes a text version and the html email version. The email client is then configured to select which version to show. Email can be sent as HTML email only, but there is a chance that this is not compliant with the standard, depending on what is sent, and therefore getting bounced. Just thinking out loud. It will be interesting to see exactly what is casuing the bounce, so be sure and let me/us know. --Scott Jones