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Re: smtp seems to be ignoring a 550 return
We were able to track this one down,
The problem turned out to be mis-detected return type
of the sprintf(), which at SunOS 4.x is 'char *', while
at Solaris et.al. newer systems it is 'int'.
I didn't check if the autoconfig had a hickup this time,
or if it is persistent problem, but my test with the function
source, and gcc did produce working binary all right...
I am not sure there are easy ways to do regression testing
so that the autoconfigration can be sure it in itself
does not go nuts, and create even greater mess.
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
> There is no core file.
> Using `Mail -v`, I can see that smtp sessions are repeated
> even though the 550 User unknown condition happens.
> 550 <firstname.lastname@example.org>... User unknown
> ordered deletion of task file from scheduler memory (13113-10396)
> It doesn't look like the 'ordered deletion of task file' succeeds.
> I see some $POSTOFFICE/public/v_a10475 type files which have the
> verbose listing. I'll send one just in case I have missed somthing