JFX Posted April 15, 2004 Share Posted April 15, 2004 Hello, A user indicated she was no longer getting email from spamcop following submission of spam as email attachments. It'd been a while since I had used that route instead of the web interface so I tried one. Nothing arrived so I went to my bookmarked SC page which indicated an error had occured due to our system bouncing / rejecting the reply from SC. The page offered a button to press when the problem was resolved. We use (the fabulous) Mercury32 (www.pmail.com) and MIME compliance had recently been enabled on the SMTP server. The reply mail from SC was rejected because Mercury said it was not MIME compliant. Is this going to change? My preference is to keep this check enabled. Mercury's helpfile describes the compliance check as follows: Refuse non-MIME messages MIME has been the dominant Internet standard for formatting electronic mail since 1992, and there is no longer any justification for mail systems not to use it. Turning this flag on tells Mercury that only mail with valid MIME signatures should be accepted; it is especially useful when combined with pure HTML refusal (see above). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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