blueness at gmx.net
Mon Jan 23 22:15:58 CET 2006
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Was Mon, 02 Jan 2006, at 14:46:59 +0100,
when Werner wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 14:49:23 +0100, Mica Mijatovic said:
>> <gnupg-users at gnupg.org>:
> The sending host is on one of the blacklists or the message has been
> rejected due to other reasons. Without more information I can't tell
> the problem.
Thanks for the response, Werner, anyway. To my knowledge I wouldn't have
more informations, except perhaps the fact I suppose was the reason that
my mailer in the reply routine takes over the name of the sender of the
message I reply to, and puts after his name the address of the list in
the TO field.
Vedaal though does not use his name in address field but only naked/nude
address, so my mailer took over his address, placed it on the place for
the name, and added address of the list after. It made actually a form
thus which is not "standard", namely "address <address>" and it was
probably the syntax which confused the server.
I didn't notice this immediately, but later, after I did and had
corrected it myself and sent to the list again, my reply ahpilly
arrived. So I suppose it was the only reason.
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