(drat, I meant to change the subject on my last post, since this has little
to do with the original thread)
Kremie doesn't have the benefit of plussing:
----- Transcript of session follows -----
... while talking to kreme.com.:
>>> RCPT To:<kremels+procmail(_at_)kreme(_dot_)com>
<<< 550 <kremels+procmail(_at_)kreme(_dot_)com> user unknown.
550 5.1.1 <kremels+procmail(_at_)kreme(_dot_)com>... User unknown
Reporting-MTA: dns; trei.professional.org
Received-From-MTA: DNS; mycroft.professional.org
Arrival-Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 20:43:50 -0800
Final-Recipient: RFC822; kremels+procmail(_at_)kreme(_dot_)com
Remote-MTA: DNS; kreme.com
Diagnostic-Code: SMTP; 550 <kremels+procmail(_at_)kreme(_dot_)com> user unknown.
Last-Attempt-Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 20:43:53 -0800
$ host -t MX kreme.com
kreme.com. mail is handled by 20 castor.harthaven.com.
kreme.com. mail is handled by 10 kreme.com.
kreme.com. mail is handled by 15 pollux.harthaven.com.
$ telnet kreme.com 25
Connected to kreme.com.
Escape character is '^]'.
220-southgaylord.com Stalker Internet Mail Server V.1.8b9d14 is ready.
220 ESMTP is spoken here. You are welcome
Stalker? AFAIK, that's a Windowz MTA. Sorry bub, looks like you're
dealing with a braindead ISP. I presume that you must fetch mail from
them? Your _sent_ email claims an origin hostname of kreme.com, but since
it's on a non-routed IP network (10.x.x.x), it is obvious that you're not
sending mail from the same host which receives messages.
<http://www.stalker.com/> doesn't currently respond, or I'd take a peek and
see what they claim to run on.
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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