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what was that?



>>Mar 31 19:31:15 cu sm-mta[5352]: h2VFVEGS005352: from=<nb_(_at_)_sindbad_(_dot_)_ru>,
>>size=1737, class=0, nrcpts=1, 
>>msgid=<!~!UENERkVCMDkAAQACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABgAAAAAAAAAfp4Fa2ShPE2u4pP/QpPDIMKAAAAQAAAAj+zb4Isbuk+tYEPVF9Vf, 
>>proto=ESMTP, daemon=MTA, relay=wg.pu.ru [193.124.85.219]

> I don't know if it "means" anything, but a message that an SMTP client
> tried to deliver to my SMTP server would be rejected, because it didn't
> have an '@' in it.

Anyway, newly updated sendmail _did_ deliver this message, is there
any means to make it reject such kind of mail (i.e. containing illegal
msgid)?

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