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j.a.duke

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I've had Kerio 6.5.0 p1 running for about two months without any problems.

There are several mailing lists whose names use a dash "-" in the name and I've not had any problems with those lists. I'm trying to debug why a list with the name "bm-sc" kept generating 550 5.1.1 (Mailbox <Bm-sc<_a.t_>domain.org> does
not exist) errors when the moderators sent anything to the list.

This is a moderator only posting list and there are several more in the same domain and two other domains that all have dashes in their names and are working flawlessly.

In order to get this list to work, I was forced to use an underscore "_" for the rebuilt list name. I tried rebuilding with a dash, but that list still didn't work.

Anyone have any suggestions as what might have happened and what I could have done differently to fix it?

Thanks.

Cheers,
Jon
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