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Java Mail, diff. domain

 
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Hi Guys,
I am using java mail Api to send mails.
I m using my proxy server's settings for that.
I can send mails.
but let us say my domain name is abcd.com
i can send mails to only where email id ends with abcd.com
but if i change it to anyother like my hotmail id the following exception is thrown
Sending failed;
nested exception is:
javax.mail.SendFailedException: Invalid Addresses;
nested exception is:
javax.mail.SendFailedException: 550 5.7.1 <sunilkbansal@hotmail.com>... we do not relay <info@abcd.com>
but could be the reason and what is the solution.
Thanks in Advance..
Sunil Bansal
 
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Well I'm not an expert nor do I think this is the answer but...
I found that if you send java mail for instance

blabla@myrepairshop.com is really blabla@myrepairshop.net it wont work but when i sent it to the .net it worked. I believe you have to do something for naming resolutions. Sorry I couldnt be more help
 
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That means that that SMTP server has turned "relaying" off -- meaning it will only allow you to send mail from the domains that the SMTP server allows. This is usually to prevent spammers from using the server to relay their e-mails at someone else's cost.
Someone more familiar with SMTP could probably elaborate further.
hth,
bear
 
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