From: Mark Casey <markc@un...> - 2013-02-27 18:05:20
It seems as if ASSP is both accepting and rejecting the message? It is
being sent from a multifunction printer/scanner. The machine reports
success but scanned documents never arrive in the user's inbox.
> Feb-26-13 14:50:57 m1-11857-09572 [Worker_1] 10.1.0.15
> <dev-6220@...> to: auser@... [SMTP Error]
> 550 relaying denied auser@...
> Feb-26-13 14:51:07 m1-11857-09572 [Worker_1] 10.1.0.15
> <dev-6220@...> to: auser@... info: 1
> attachment found for Level-0
> Feb-26-13 14:51:08 m1-11857-09572 [Worker_1] 10.1.0.15
> <dev-6220@...> to: auser@... info: message
> reached outgoing noprocessing size 500000 - conversion will be done!
> Feb-26-13 14:51:08 m1-11857-09572 [Worker_1] [MessageOK] 10.1.0.15
> <dev-6220@...> to: auser@... message ok
> [Scan from a Samsung MFP] -> notspam/Scan_from_a_Samsung_MFP--51727.eml
10.1.0.15 is in acceptAllMail and the printer/scanner is set to not
attempt to authenticate. The source email address we're using does exist
on our server and is in one of our localDomains, but the destination
email address is offsite. DoNoValidLocalSender and DoNoSpoofing are both
set to "block", but I thought that wouldn't be a problem since the
source email address is valid on our server and the IP is in
acceptAllMail. Any guesses where I've gone wrong?
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