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chrisf

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We have a problem with Kerio MailServer 5.7.8 delivering to another server, which I believe is Lotus Notes (I'm awaiting a call from the admin of that server to verify). Kerio keeps failing because it misunderstands the max messge size being reported by the other server. It looks like the max message size is too big for Kerio to handle and it's rolling over to a negative number:

[07/May/2004 08:17:49][78356992] {smtpc} Received greeting: 220 mailgate.gdc.com ESMTP
[07/May/2004 08:17:49][78356992] {smtpc} Sending EHLO
[07/May/2004 08:17:49][78356992] {smtpc} Message too big for remote system: 766 > -771751936
[07/May/2004 08:17:49][78356992] {smtpc} QUIT sent, got reply: 221 Bye
[07/May/2004 08:17:49][78356992] {queue} SEND_MX: Delivery to domain gdc.com finished, 0 recipients succeeded


Here is a successful send from a different mail server (you can see the very large acceptable message size):

5/7/2004 8:25:01 AM - [ 59] EHLO dapc.com
5/7/2004 8:25:01 AM - [ 59] 250-mailgate.gdc.com
5/7/2004 8:25:01 AM - [ 59] 250-PIPELINING
5/7/2004 8:25:01 AM - [ 59] 250-SIZE 3523215360
5/7/2004 8:25:01 AM - [ 59] 250-ETRN
5/7/2004 8:25:01 AM - [ 59] 250 8BITMIME
etc (all works out ok)
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chrisf

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I had the admin of the other server lower their acceptable mail size limit and evrything worked fine. From one log (not Kerio) we get:
5/7/2004 11:08:41 AM - [ 65] 250-mailgate.gdc.com
5/7/2004 11:08:41 AM - [ 65] 250-PIPELINING
5/7/2004 11:08:41 AM - [ 65] 250-SIZE 125829120
5/7/2004 11:08:41 AM - [ 65] 250-ETRN
5/7/2004 11:08:41 AM - [ 65] 250 8BITMIME

I can't seem to find the SIZE in Kerio's log if the mail is successful.

Basically the other admin lowered their limit from about 1GB to 120MB.

Is there some RFC that says that a server shouldn't be reporting a number that big in the first place, or is Kerio non-compliant?
Either way I think it's something that should be fixed in the Kerio code.
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sonofcolin

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Chrisf

What log format are you using to get the logs generated in the format you posted? This is something I have missed!
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chrisf

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In the first post the first log is Kerio's debug log with Delivery queue processing, SMTP client session and SMTP server session turned on.
The second log and the log in the second post are from a different mail server that was always succesful in sending mail to the destination server. I used it because it showed in a little more detail what was going on. I think because it uses EHLO to initiate communication with the destination whereas Kerio uses HELO.
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Yeah, we know about this problem. There should be a fix in the next version.

You are correct -- KMS expects the SIZE argument to be a 32-bit integer. So, if it's bigger than 4.2 GB, you have problems.

-Max

Maxwell Kanat-Alexander
2nd Level Support Engineer, USA
Kerio Technologies
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