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The emails, on the other hand, were successfully sent out. It ended up requeuing and resending to these “failed” addresses every hour. By this morning, I had accumulated ten copies. (Thankfully, only a part of the list seemed to be resending, rather than the entire list.)
I reduced the SMTP Timeout value to 30 seconds and still received the “Error 2006…” message. Is there a discrepancy between this timeout and another MySQL timeout setting? (The term “TIMEOUT” appears only twice in the Config.php file.)
However, I found that in the ‘prior state,’ these same SMTP errors appeared once or twice per batch. These failed emails don’t appear after retrying (i.e., there’s typically only one error per address/per batch, but I’ve seen some with two).
The hosting company has remained tight-lipped, but it appears that they ran a ‘script’ that ‘fixed file permissions.’ They couldn’t tell me which files they were talking about. As previously stated, the errors have returned to pre-situation levels, but there is still a 1-2 percent error rate for this issue.

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I’ve updated the Breezing Forms part, plugin, and module to the most recent versions, but the issue persists. There has been no other update to the codebase or configuration in the host move that I am aware of.
I’d look into whether you’re using an alternative from address or something similar that’s preventing the mail from getting through. This seems to be linked to an environment somewhere in the Outlook gui, based on what I’ve read online.
Another choice is to use the username for logging into your Office365 account as the mail address (alternative from address). In the setup, “FROM ip” should be the same as “Username.”

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This is a big deal if this is the case, because it was working before the update. I’m using a service account, also known as an api key, to send mail via Sendgrid. I can’t make the user be ‘api,’ since the reasoning demands that the from be a different individual. 2020-11-16 18:59:14 @patrick @George SMTP ERROR: The DATA END command failed with an error code of 550. The sender identity is not checked because the from address does not fit. This error prevents mail from being sent until it is corrected. The Sender Identity specifications can be found at
Hello, @George. Yes, I’m in the process of doing so, but it’s a significant regression in terms of functionality, as you’ll need to share your sendgrid credentials to do so (if you add individual addresses, it assumes they’re all yours, and I’m dealing with a large number of users), and you won’t have access to the domain dns (I’m hosted on a subdomain of a larger infrastructure, which is always the case with large amounts of users).

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I initially believed that my credentials to the SMTP server were incorrect, so I manually downloaded the PHPmailer library from github and ran the PHP script to send the text. It worked, so I’m sure that my credits are right.
I came up with a solution. It appeared to be attempting to submit all emails from the site setup email. The antispam filter in the smtp server refused the headers. Solution: Change the email address in the site’s setup to one that is associated with a server.

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