On Sat, Jul 12, 1997 at 02:51:00PM +0200, Kai Henningsen wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Hamish Moffatt) wrote on 10.07.97 in <email@example.com>:
> > > > -------------------------| BeroList-2.3.5 ready...
> > > >
> > > > Sending to list...
> > > > Connected to localhost.
> > > > < 220-Connecting to IDENTD server.
> > > > > HELO yodeller.rising.com.au
> > > > < 220-Connected, sending request to server.
> > > > Server doesn't accept HELO.
> > > >|------------------------- Failed addresses follow:
> Hmm. This sure looks like someone doesn't understand SMTP continuation
> lines here. The error message above looks like a bug in the SMTP client to
> me. '220-xxxx' means "this is a 220 reply, but there will possibly be more
> lines prefixed '220-', and the last line will be prefixed '220 '.
> A 220 reply is what is expected on opening the connection. Then you answer
> HELO (or better EHLO), and should get a 250 reply.
> I suspect a bug in berolist.
The extra messages are coming from blackmail, now that you mention it.
Thought that might be a factor. Am working on smartlist anyway.
Hamish Moffatt, StudIEAust firstname.lastname@example.org
Student, computer science & computer systems engineering. 3rd year, RMIT.
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