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Error SCC-1905?

I cannot add attachments or send e-mail and I am receiving a message saying error SCC-1905. Can you help me with that?
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‎06-24-2009 03:21 PM

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

[ Edited ]
Are you using Smartzone?  Regular or Lite?  An E-mail client? Have you made any changes to your account?  Is this the complete error message you are getting?  And- is this one particular e-mail address or others as well?  Are you sure the e-mail address is correct, & have you sent to it before?
Message Edited by CCCarole on 06-24-2009 02:21 PM


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Re: Error SCC-1905?


CCCarole wrote: 
  And- is this one particular e-mail address or others as well?  Are you sure the e-mail address is correct, & have you sent to it before?

Here's what I've come up with for all the bad address errors I could think of. For Regular Smartzone, anyway; Smartzone Lite just silently fails. Jeez. SSC-1905 remains a mystery to me.

 

Invalid address:

 

Invalid domain
No MX or A record
Invalid Comcast addresss

 

All fail with:

 

Message not sent; The following addresses were not accepted: {0} SCC-1203
Message not sent; The following addresses were not accepted: x@y.z SCC-1204

 

DNS errors:

 

No/slow response from server
REFUSED - authoritative server refused to answer the query (not the same as no response from the server)
SERVFAIL - circular DNS references

 

All fail with:

 

 Could not send message: mail.SEND_FAILURE

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

Steve,

I just tried sending to an e-mail address where I had removed the > bracket from the end of the e-mail address - e.g. <xxx@comcast.net instead of <xxx@comcast.net>

 

I got the SCC-1905 error message:

 

The system is temporarily unable to complete your request. Please try again. If you require assistance please contact Customer Service [URL: http://www.comcastsupport.com/] with the reference code: SCC-1905

 

Clicking on the show details:

The system is temporarily unable to complete your request. Please try again. If you require assistance please contact Customer Service [URL: http://www.comcastsupport.com/] with the reference code: SCC-1905


method:SendMsgRequest
msg:invalid request: missing required attribute: a
code:service.INVALID_REQUEST
detail:soap:Sender
trace:btpool0-318:1245885712084:d8c340e98b2d37bd
request:
Body: {
SendMsgRequest: {
_jsns: "urn:zimbraMail",
m: {
e: [
0: {
a: [undefined],
p: "xxxx",
t: "t"
},
1: {
a: "xxxx@comcast.net",
p: "JR",
t: "f"
}
],
idnt: "3fad8583-bd55-4125-acc1-c6de83a4c916",
mp: [
0: {
ct: "multipart/alternative",
mp: [
0: {
content: {
_content: "
"
},
ct: "text/plain"
},
1: {
content: {
_content: "<html><head><style type='text/css'>p { margin: 0; }</style></head><body><div style='font-family: Verdana; font-size: 12pt; color: #000000'><br></div></body></html>"
},
ct: "text/html"
}
]
}
],
su: {
_content: "test"
}
},
suid: 1245885710560
}
},
Header: {
context: {
_jsns: "urn:zimbra",
account: {
_content: "xxxx@comcast.net",
by: "name"
},
authToken: "(removed)",
format: {
type: "js"
},
notify: {
seq: 6
},
sessionId: {
_content: 15293,
id: 15293
},
userAgent: {
name: "ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)",
version: "5.0.16_GA_2927.RHEL5_64"
}
}
}
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Re: Error SCC-1905?

Based on my note above, I would peruse your list of addresses to make sure that either both brackets (<>) appear or neither one appear.

 

JR

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Re: Error SCC-1905?


JR071702 wrote:

Steve,

I just tried sending to an e-mail address where I had removed the > bracket from the end of the e-mail address - e.g. <xxx@comcast.net instead of <xxx@comcast.net>

 

I got the SCC-1905 error message:


Aha! Invalid characters! Good catch! Why didn't I think of that? Here's another one that returns that error code:

 

xx:x@comcast.net

 

And a misplaced ";" yields

 

xx;x@comcast.net

 

The following addresses appear to be invalid: xx
Send anyway?

 

 

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

ok, i checked the address fields and found the problem with my e-mail-it was xxxxx.xxxx@xxx.com.

with the period behind the .com causing this error, so it seem this error is for invalid characters inside the e-mail address

 

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Re: Error SCC-1905?


TFO wrote:
so it seem this error is for invalid characters inside the e-mail address

Yep, that's what we've seem to see as well.


JR

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

I am trying to send an email with multiple BCC names. The error message refers to SCC-1905. What is wrong?

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‎09-09-2011 05:49 PM

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

[ Edited ]

It means there is an error  or invalid character with one of the email addresses you are sending to.  Could be something as simple as a typo, an extra space, an extra period... Check each email address you are sending to.



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Re: Error SCC-1905?

I am trying to send an email with multiple BCC names. The error message refers to SCC-1905. What is wrong?

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

Did you read my reply above your post???



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Re: Error SCC-1905?

Why did I recieve a message saying the e-mail message could not be sent. with a contact commcast support with error scc1905??

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Re: Error SCC-1905?

I sent it to most of my friends in my address book. I have used the address and had no problem.

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