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Topic # 114924 7-Mar-2013 13:39
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Hi guys

I got the following error this morning on email sent from Google servers to xtra.  Is there a problem with the xtra/yahoo mail system?

Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain xtra.co.nz by mx1.tnz.mail.yahoo.com. [124.108.96.211].

The error that the other server returned was:
501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments


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  Reply # 776220 7-Mar-2013 13:48
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It's far more likely to be an issue with Yahoo! than GMail, at least in my experience.  Getting it fixed, that's a different story.

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  Reply # 776242 7-Mar-2013 14:08
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Just the one but that was the only email sent to @xtra.co.nz today from either our mailserver or smtp google.

Just tried again and this time it went through so maybe it was a one off.  Seemed a strange error though.



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  Reply # 776670 8-Mar-2013 09:30
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freitasm: Is there a problem? Just one, you say?


Hahah, yeah just one, Yahoo is rubbish...

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