Hector Santos wrote:
I just read in our support list, a message asking:
Also, anyone ever had to deal with getting a 461 error from
Does anyone know what this means?
Also, some rhetorical questions:
It should not cause a state machine flow issue, but why is YAHOO
throwing mud in the water by using a reply code clearly bound to have
a conflict with a SMTP client?
Couldn't YAHOO live within the specification x0z to x5z reply code
Is YAHOO special? <g>
Have you seen the error? Are you sure it's not something like:
450 4.6.1 ....
which is valid AFAIAA. Someone who isn't up on SMTP might call the
'4.6.1' code a '461 error'
If not, then:
- it shouldn't cause any significant state machine issues (it wouldn't
with our software, any unrecognised 4xx codes are treated identically,
it doesn't care whether they're valid or not).
- Yahoo should live within the specs
- No, but they think they are (like Google and many other large ISPs)
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