This is related to 450 - greylisted. It would be useful to have use the admin page (that doesn't do much right now) to include configuration options to allow admins to add/edit the error codes that will be ignored. I ran across a particular email address that had a system that was using a blacklisting service. Getting them to change was a pain and I was going to have an number of people signing up from that domain. I had to hard code in a check for a 554 error.

If this feature is added it would be handy to have it with respect to each of the checks (i.e. to:, from:). It is not too hard but I have not had a chance to code it up and check it yet.


Rainman’s picture

Looks like this issue is getting more prevalent. I think hard-coding the 450 section to bypass when it also sees "greylist" in the error as mentioned in the linked issue is probably how I will deal with it... a simple admin form, now wouldn't that be nice!

If you have an example of how you coded your way around the issue, would you be kind enough to post please.


oadaeh’s picture

Issue summary: View changes
Status: Active » Closed (won't fix)

Due to Drupal 6's EOL, I am closing this with "won't fix." If you feel this is still valid for any of the 7.x branches, feel free to re-open and update this issue.