[exim-dev] [Bug 982] Exim 4.71 is incorrect handle cyrillic …

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Author: Dmitry
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Subject: [exim-dev] [Bug 982] Exim 4.71 is incorrect handle cyrillic domain names
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http://bugs.exim.org/show_bug.cgi?id=982




--- Comment #2 from Dmitry <postmaster@???> 2010-05-13 19:48:47 ---
Thanks for an explanation. Really, I was not right. Probably, there
should be a coding in punycode at level of the mail-client...

13.05.2010 18:21, Nigel Metheringham пишет:
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> Nigel Metheringham<nigel@???> changed:
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>             What    |Removed                     |Added
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>               Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
>           Resolution|                            |INVALID

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> --- Comment #1 from Nigel Metheringham<nigel@???> 2010-05-13 15:21:52 ---
> RFC5321 is quite clear [Section 2.4] that SMTP commands and responses are 7 bit
> ASCII (unless an
> ESMTP extension has negotiated otherwise - at this point in time exim
> recognises no
> such extensions).
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> Additionally RFC5321[Section 2.3.5] states
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>     These
>     components ("labels" in DNS terminology, RFC 1035 [2]) are restricted
>     for SMTP purposes to consist of a sequence of letters, digits, and
>     hyphens drawn from the ASCII character set [6].

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> Exim should, therefore reject the cyrillic domain name as an error.
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> Presumably the address should be specified in the DNS punycode type encoding.
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