From: <[email protected]> FROM name fails
SMTP Authentication Support
José San Martin
July 8, 2008 - 12:54
October 5, 2012 - 19:01
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Hi, my development site is running on IIS with SMTP server. Mail is working fine when creating new users or getting a password reset. I have built a webform and upon submitting I'll get this error:
* warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 501 5.5.4 Invalid Address in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\BHI_dev\includes\mail.inc on line 193.
* Unable to send e-mail. Please contact the site admin, if the problem persists.
The address I use in my testing are in fact completely valid. Seems like webform is not playing nice with the core somehow. Further ideas?
Using Drupal 6.2.
Comment File Size Author
#25 smtp_279836.patch 694 bytes scttnlsn
#13 smtp_module_name_patch_279836_01.patch 724 bytes franz
#6 smtp_module_name_patch_279836_01.patch 724 bytes rfay
Comment #1goose2000 CreditAttribution: goose2000 commented 8 years ago
Priority: Critical » Minor
This seems to be an IIS SMTP issue only. See here:
Easy work around is to have no 'name' text , just the email address when you configure webform.
Think it may still be fixable at the code? I set it to 'minor' now.
Working great, one of the best modules around.
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Comment #2quicksketch CreditAttribution: quicksketch commented 7 years ago
Title: Email Invalid Address » "Name" <[email protected]> FROM name fails
Project: Webform » SMTP Authentication Support
Version: 6.x-2.1.1 » 6.x-1.0-beta3
Moving to the SMTP module.
To summarize, Webform users have not been able to send e-mails when using the SMTP module and the FROM e-mail addresses are formatted as "First Last" <[email protected]>. The name is properly mime_header_encoded when necessary.
Any users experiencing this issue, please update with the version of SMTP module you're using.
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