On Sat, 14 Dec 2019 17:27:52 -0500, Viktor Dukhovni said:
Well, my point (perhaps not sufficiently clear) was that the
allusion to RFC2821 was the "blah blah" part of the response
and should not carry any weight. The error is "550 5.7.1"
indicating a policy that rejects EHLO address literals. The
RFC allusion is a distraction.
I'm pretty sure that everybody agreed on that 2 weeks ago.
The problem is that the IETF mail server shouldn't be actively
misleading non-spammers about the reason for their mail rejection.
Did anybody ever get the attention of the people the email support
is outsourced to?
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