Re: [ietf-smtp] sm8: bogus SMTPUTF8?

Claus Assmann <> Thu, 17 June 2021 05:29 UTC

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On Wed, Jun 16, 2021, John Levine wrote:

> Good thinking, but I got rid of the shim, typed a test message with the Mail command, same result:

Obviously something is different on your system compared to my basic
test setup - and without all the necessary info I guess nobody will
be able to reproduce this.

Maybe you could do some debugging:
sendmail -v ...
to see what's going on
and set the DeliveryMode of the sendmail daemon to 'q'
so you can check what's in the queue file?

> Perhaps the A-labels in the domain name are confusing it?

No. See the fine code (as pointed out before):
it looks for non-ASCII chars.

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