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fail to deliver a group mail "503 BAD SEQUENCE OF COMMANDS"

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I created a contact folder "F" with 300 contact info, including myself and X.

I send the mail to myself , cc to X, and bcc to "F". It was sent out

succefully, however I received a system undeliverable message of "503 BAD

SEQUENCE OF COMMANDS" under each mail address of the recepient, including me

and X.

What is the problem?

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    • SpringFlower <SpringFlower.ms-outlook.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

      > I created a contact folder "F" with 300 contact info, including

      > myself and X. I send the mail to myself , cc to X, and bcc to "F".

      Not possible. A folder cannot be an entry in a recipient field.

      > It was sent out succefully, however I received a system undeliverable

      > message of "503 BAD SEQUENCE OF COMMANDS" under each mail address of

      > the recepient, including me and X.

      What version of Outlook? What type of account (SMTP, I'll assume from the

      format of the error)? Do you have a mail scanner processing outgoing mail?

      If so, disable it.

      Brian Tillman

      #1; Tue, 03 Jun 2008 22:50:00 GMT