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Missing or Malformed Local Part
  Posted by  James Pinamonti  on Wednesday, June 04, 2003 at 10:45:17 PM (EST)
I have this message appearing in the log when the server tries to send something. There does not seem to be any problems, however has anyone seen it?

501 <> missing or malformed local part
  Posted by Peter Murphy  on Thursday, June 05, 2003 at 9:57:35 AM (EST)
The problem is you are sending email to an address you are pulling from your address book or typing in as so:



This is incorrect, it should be:

user@domain.com

Notice there are no <> symbols. The problem here is that SMTP rules dictate that the < and > symbols are used to encapsulate information when sending via SMTP. I'm pretty sure some legacy mail clients filtered them out before sending mail out, but I am not sure about newer clients.
  Posted by James Pinamonti  on Friday, June 06, 2003 at 6:08:55 AM (EST)
Thanks for that, i found it was the receipt request from an incoming email. When it requested the reply in webmail the reply got "stuck" attempting to connect to my ISP SMTP server. All sorted now!
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