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Title: Yahoo


Related to yahoo, we have some problems with large mails deliveries.
Specifically we had a 3.x Mb message for a user whose quota is 3Mb.
This message was intended to send more than 20 times until aborted, always with
the same message and at exactly the same position.
As yahoo is not using ESMTP (SIZE), am I right to suppose that they are doing something wrong?

May  9 18:16:08 xxx smtp[1847]: S233558AbQEIN1X: to=<xx@yahoo.com>, delay=07:48:45, xdelay=0:14:01, mailer=smtp, relay=mx1.mail.yahoo.com ([|25||1710]), stat=deferred smtp; 500 (msgbuffer write IO-error[1]! [Broken pipe] DATA 3165994/3976064 [80%])


Nicolás Baumgarten
Pert Consultores

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Neal Morgan [mailto:Neal@Morgan-Systems.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 8:19 PM
> To: zmailer@nic.funet.fi
> Subject: premature EOF on DATA input
> Greetings!
> I've had a rash of SMTP errors in the last week.  All seem to
> be due to some
> kind of timeout error when a remote system attempts to
> deliver mail to my smtp
> server.  A sample message follows:
> May  9 13:21:08 Server-01 smtpserver[1701]: IUMW01701 -
> aborted (41607 bytes)
> from web4204.mail.yahoo.com/48913: premature EOF on DATA input
> The same messages continue to err out each time the remote
> performs another
> delivery attempt.  The messages are relatively large
> (aborting between 20K and
> 40K bytes transferred).  Since the problem is recent, I've
> been racking my brain
> trying to identify something I might have done to affect
> this, but I can't think
> of anything. 
> I'm running 2.99.53Pre1 on a very low volume Debian/Intel server  Any
> suggestions as to what I should check?  Are there other
> resources to which I can
> refer?
> Thanks for your time and help and the great software!
> Neal Morgan 
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