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Troubleshooting
Product ConnectXf
Version All
Applies to Administrators
Level Advanced



Bounce error messages from the prequeue engine (For Connect XF version 3.3.0.460 and above)

  • The sender receives only a single bounce mail. All the reasons for the bounce will be delivered in 1 bounce mail.

Sample extract of bounce message, when the mail is bounced by the spoof check engine

The message could not be delivered to all or some of the recipients.
For further assistance contact your system administration.

Details:  {Spoof check - block (The mail may be a spoof. Sender ID in MIME and envelope do not match.)} 
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Sample extract of bounce message, when the mail is bounced by the sender quota check engine

The message could not be delivered to all or some of the recipients.
For further assistance contact your system administration.

Details:  {Quota check - block (Sender's used quota exceeds the allocated limit.)} 
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Sample extract of bounce message, when the mail is bounced by the mail policy engine, and the prequeue option to give verbose message for mail policy rejection is set to true.

The message could not be delivered to all or some of the recipients.
For further assistance contact your system administration.

Details: 
 Mail blocked by configured mail policies for recipient : aniket@mithi.com
 Mail Policy Rule :mailpolicydenymailto_18_01_2011_14_40_58_212, Entity=UserCOS, Id=system_default_users, Domain=test.int, Description=policy
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Sample extract of bounce message, when the mail is bounced by the mail policy engine, and the prequeue option to give verbose message for mail policy rejection is set to false.

The message could not be delivered to all or some of the recipients.
For further assistance contact your system administration.

Details: 
 Mail blocked by configured mail policies for recipient : aniket@mithi.com
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