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What does "MGGetHeaderClause failed" mean?


The full message is:

F 0127 MGGetHeaderClause failed : continuation lines exceeded storage
in the SMTP log.


Internally, Gordano Products have a 10KB buffer to store each line of the message header. If one of those lines exceeds 10KB this message is written to the log and the line is automatically truncated. This means that there will be no affect on the operation of the server and it will continue as normal.

Header lines from some messages can exceed 10KB in ?To? or ?CC? clauses if users choose to attempt to use address books to send email messages to a number of people. This can crash some mail clients and servers! A much better way of achieving the same affect would be to use a list server product such as GLList or GLCommunicator.

Keywords:MGGetHeaderClause, SMTP, error, log, Exceeded, continuation

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