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The Sender Address Was Rejected By The Server Btinterneterror, or may silently discard the message depending on what their server feels like doing today. This can happen if you are forwarding messages out to another email
The Server Rejected The Sender Address Client Was Not Authenticatedaddress. In this case, see this article. Or, it may happen because you are using an email address which BT don't recognise. In this case, see this article We have no confirmed information that this helps, but it may be worth turning off BATV support in VPOP3 (version 5 or later). BATV changes the local part of email rejected by server iphone 5 the sender's email address so that legitimate bounce messages can be verified. This is a very useful feature for preventing spam “back-scatter”, and does not cause problems with sensible mail server configurations, however it may cause a problem in this case. To turn it off, go to Settings → Misc Settings → BATV, and uncheck the 'Enable BATV Support' box. Note that BATV has to be a global setting because of the way it works, so if you send mail through several different mail servers, you cannot disable it just for one. If none of these help, you may need to contact BT technical support to find out exactly what their error message means in your particular instance. Alternatively you could use a different SMTP relay service. There are several around, such as http://www.authsmtp.com, or we can provide an SMTP relay service for VPOP3 users starting from £40 a year (contact email@example.com for more information). The above information has been useful in the past, but is not guaranteed to hel
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by the SMTP server and mail cannot go out. Most Internet Service Providers restrict access to their outgoing mail servers to prevent SPAM from being sent through their mail servers. If you are getting the "550 Relay Denied" error https://www.123-reg.co.uk/support/answers/Email/Email-Error-Messages-and-Troubleshooting/550-or-553-relay-denied-error-348/ message, the outgoing mail server cannot verify who you are and will not allow you to https://www.ephotozine.com/forums/topic/sending-non-bt-emails-through-bt-server-80323 send mail. Mail Relay is when you connect to a mail server on another domain and try to send mail. For example, if you are connected to the internet through 123-connect and then try to send mail using different mail server. In the past, mail relaying was fine - SMTP servers did not check to see who was sending the mail and would rejected by simply pass the mail on. But unsolicited bulk mailers or SPAMMERS have taken advantage of this to send huge volumes of mail with fraudulent return addresses, which slows down the server for the paying customers who have the right to use it and slows down servers everywhere with all that junk mail. One of the ways to restrict access to an outgoing mail server is to verify that the computer is on the ISP's local network. When you dial rejected by server your modem and connect to your ISP, your computer is given an IP address that identifies you as being a part of that ISP's network. If you have two ISP's and dial up to one and then connect to the other's mail server, it may prevent you from relaying mail because your computer is not identified as being on the local network for the provider whose mail server you are sending through. Example: If you connect to the internet with 123-connect and try to send mail using BT mail server, you will get a 550 error. To fix this, you should try to use the SMTP server for the provider you have used to dial up and connect to the Internet. Related support material SMTP Server errors 553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts (#5.7.1) Email Bounce back messages MySQL admin password is incorrect in Plesk How do I edit an auto responder/out of office message? What are MX records? MX Server Bounce backs Securing SSL access to your website How to crop an image in InstantSite Modal title Login to My Support Service Status 2 Control Panel Using this website Lost Login? Answer options Print this answer Rate 12345 Your feedback was successfully added. Tweet Answer tracking Watch the content of this article for changes. 123-Reg Home| Support Home| Answers| Terms & Conditions| Site Map Copyright © 2016 123-reg Ltd.
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