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Re: Mail Data termination

2011-08-16 20:28:34

Hi Hector,
At 16:48 16-08-2011, Hector Santos wrote:
Hence the dilemma. It wasn't an valid RFC5322 message and the issue is exasperated when it was DKIM signed and now recorded as a failure. Never mind the fact QUIT (or a new transaction command) is an SMTP requirement before the transaction is considered complete for delivery. Its in the specs, but really, how much liberalism in failure to comply to

From Section 3.3:

  "The end of mail data indicator also confirms the mail transaction and
   tells the SMTP server to now process the stored recipients and mail
   data.  If accepted, the SMTP server returns a "250 OK" reply."

From Section 3.8:

  "An SMTP connection is terminated when the client sends a QUIT

Keith already commented on "QUIT" and when a transaction is considered as complete.

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