[Users] [Bug 3133] New: Invalid good address from link
pf at pfortin.com
Mon Apr 7 20:23:27 CEST 2014
On Mon, 7 Apr 2014 14:00:06 -0400 Gene Heskett wrote:
>On Monday 07 April 2014 13:58:17 noreply at thewildbeast.co.uk did opine:
>> Bug ID: 3133
>> Summary: Invalid good address from link
>> Classification: Unclassified
>> Product: Claws Mail
>> Version: 3.9.3
>> Hardware: PC
>> OS: Linux
>> Status: NEW
>> Severity: normal
>> Priority: P3
>> Component: UI/Compose Window
>> Assignee: users at lists.claws-mail.org
>> Reporter: 93h16cv8rf at cogeco.ca
>> Good Day
>> I clicked on a web page link and claws-mail opened a compose window. I
>> completed the message and sent it off on it's merry way.
>> The message was returned with,
>> "The following message to <Dr.???> was undeliverable.
>> The reason for the problem:
>> 5.1.1 - Bad destination email address 'invalid domain "": no dot found'
>> The exact address (with substituted question marks) was,
>> " Dr. ???, DVM, MS, MPP <???@???.ca> "
>> I checked the accuracy of the address and resent it. The message
>> bounced back to me again.
>> I edited the address to,
>> " Dr. ??? <???@???.ca>"
>> and it went through.
>> Something in the address is confusing the address formatter.
>> Hope this helps.
>The last I knew, a comma was the destination separator and cannot be
>used in a single string address.
It's not absolutely clear in the original report whether the quotes were
included or just used to quote the address... However, since they are
around the entire address, the latter is most likely.
As Gene states, this:
Dr. ???, DVM, MS, MPP <???@???.ca>
won't work; but this:
"Dr. ???, DVM, MS, MPP" <???@???.ca>
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