Error : Wrong or missing login data to access mail transport server smtp.mailhostbox.com. Please check the associated account's settings/credentials
550 5.1.1 Recipient address rejected: User unknown in virtual alias table;
550 5.1.1 Protocol error
This error code ideally suggests that the sender has used SMTP protocol instead of ESMTP, thus the outbound mail of the sender was rejected. In short, the sending client doesn't properly communicate and makes errors in the SMTP protocol.
550 5.3.2 Service currently unavailable
The error code 5.3.2 usually means that the system is not accepting network messages. We would thus need to look outside Exchange for a connectivity problem.
The error code ideally occurs ideally for two reasons which are listed below:
1). The sending IP is blacklisted at an RBL or blacklist monitoring site. (You may verify the same by inputting the IP via this link: http://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx )
2). There is a temporary block on the IP on our Inbound server due to multiple mails from this IP. Feel free to contact our support desk for more information and regarding de-listing the same.
3). If sending IP does not have a reverse PTR record configured. Reference URL: http://mxtoolbox.com/NetworkTools.aspx
554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host X.X.X.X blocked using zen.spamhaus.org;
This is the error message that is received of the IP address of the sender is listed at zen.spamhaus.org
For further details, please check http://www.spamhaus.org/zen
OR check http://www.spamhaus.org/query/bl?ip=<your_ipaddress> and contact zen.spamhaus.org to get the IP De-listed.
Our servers do not accept SMTP HELO command as HELO localhost or HELO localhost.localdomain or HELO
There are couple of reasons for this error while sending an email
552 5.3.4 Message size exceeds fixed limit
A 552 email error is typically encountered when there is a problem related to an attachment in your email. Either it has exceeded the size limits of the remote server, or the file-type isn't allowed by the remote server.
1. For file extensions not allowed on our servers, please do refer to the following link: http://support.mailhostbox.com/node/90
2. For mail (including attachment) sent across from our servers, we allow clients to send upto 30 MB of data.
Solution: Examine the size of the message including attachments. Try zipping the file content.
551 5.7.1 The message was rejected due to classification as Virus,Spam or high bulk ratio. Please see http://support.mailhostbox.com/email-administrators-guide/error-codes
This is a bounce back message that you receive when an email is classified as spam while sending out. If you feel that a genuine email is rejected as spam, you need to send the same email with the full headers and the content to our support team. That email in question will be reviewed manually.
This error comes when your sending mails to remote domain without using smtp authentication.
This is the error message that you get if your domain name exceeds the hourly quota set for the domain name. Here, the term 'hour' refers to the last 60 minutes.
This is the error message that you get if the user (that particular email address) exceeds the hourly quota set. Here, the term 'hour' refers to the last 60 minutes.
This is the error message that is received when you are trying to send an email as a different user. This error message is seen by the users who are using Exchange servers with our system.
You need to add an identity for the same in the webmail. For example,
This error comes if user is suspended in Control Panel.
This error comes if the user is overquota.
This error comes when the sender address is blocked on our server. Generally this is done if spam has originated from this user.
Our inbound servers require that the hostname for the sender server should have valid MX or A records in order to accept emails from it. You need to contact the sending server's email admin to add valid DNS records for his server.
450 4.7.1 Client host rejected: cannot find your reverse hostname
Our inbound servers require reverse hostname for sender server IP to be present in order to accept the email. Please ensure that the valid PTR records are added for all outbound server IP's. Post adding the required rDNS records our inbound servers will accept mails from the remote mail hosting server.
This error comes from our incoming mail server if user is receiving excessive amounts of mails.
This occurs when the recipient address is invalid. i.e., not in form of user@domainname OR if the Recipient address is blocked on server.
451 4.3.5 Server configuration problem - try again later;
451 4.7.1 Service unavailable - try again later;
This error most likely occurs if there is a configration error with our servers. If you encounter any of the above messages, please contact our support helpdesk with the details.
452 4.5.3 Error: too many recipients
The error message is encountered when the user is exceeding the limit of more than 50 recipients in an email. The list of recipients is inclusive of To,Cc and Bcc. If you encounter the above error, reduce the number of recipients in the email and try again.