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How to check mail id is valid or invalid

Dear All,

We have confirguared GR Work flow it working fine when ever all mail id's are valid but if any mail id is invalid mails are not going to corresponding persons in SOST it is showing error message "CL_SMTP_RESPONSE ESMTP error code ".

For Example:

Case: 1

1) p12 -


valid mail id

2) w12---- valid mail id

In this case mails are going to corresponding mail id's.

Case: 2

1) q12 -


valid mail id

2) e12 -


invalid mail id

In this case mails are not going , it has to go atleast valid mail id because of invalid mail id both the mails are failing and in SOST it is showing "CL_SMTP_RESPONSE ESMTP error code ".

Please help me how to slove this problem.

Regards,

Satya.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 05:59 AM

    Hi SP,

    this error occurs due to invalid mail addresses as you mentioned, which means you want the mails to be sent to atleast the valid users.

    There is an OSS note relevant to this issue, OSS note 751332, check if it is a similar case.

    Hope it helps.

    Aditya

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 08:19 AM

    Hi,

    if email_id cp '@.'.

    "---- Vaild email id.

    else.

    "----- Invaild Email id.

    endif.

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    • Hi,

      Goto T.code SBWP, Create a New message enter details, in the Recipient give the email id and click the send button.

      Now Goto T.code SOST, check you mail was there if found select it and click the execute button.

      Then still if you not received then SCOTT configuration have to be done by Basis Team.

      Regards,

      Surjith

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