This depends on the rule that is triggered, but MagicSpam utilizes a custom system of 'verbose' bounce messages to help clearly define the policies in place.
For example, if a sender were blocked by the rule valid_helo_domain (whereby the HELO issued must be a proper domain format) then the message they would receive back is:
Your message was rejected by this system and was not delivered.
Reason: Messages from your location are rejected, bad or missing identifier (HELO). Contact your email administrator
Protection provided by: MagicSpam 1.0.8-1.1 (http://www.magicspam.com/)
For more information, please visit the URL:
http://www.linuxmagic.com/best_practice ... omain.html
or contact your ISP or mail server operator.
The links themselves give a detailed account of the rule that was triggered and also explains the terms of SMTP best practices that defines the rule.
This is where the frequently asked questions, and responses is kept. You should do a quick search on any questions before posting to the general forum. Your question may already be answered.
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