Then, the sender receive that error message. My server provide me EXIM.
So I went on Exim, and on this forum, and I understood I have to create in my root a .forward file.
My root being "~" of /home/domain
In that .forward file, I love the private var, ignore_status but I dont understand what to do with it !
ignore_status = true
does not change any thing, and anyway I dont think it is good to use that var for everymail. I dont understand how to build a filter !
But I am sure I am not very far from the result I want.
Does anyone may give me a good direction ?
You think this is the reason ? why not
So I should test it with a phpstdin and I dont know how to do it.
Back to your past offer, I know I can do it with a cron, but I want to do it on demand, to avoid a cron every minute or less ! And you are right, I did that complicate way of doing it, because I dont know how to handle the stream.
I'll will have a look. Thanks.
I also was interested in using that ignore_status, cause I think I understood this was a way to fake exim, non ? I understood exim was considering a non ok answer as a bad one and that is the reason why writing back that answer.