This section includes information on the following SSR topics:
See also 18.15 To Debug User-level Filters.
To check the MTA’s user filters, use the command:
# imsimta test -rewrite -debug -filter user@domain
In the output, look for the following information:
mmc_open_url called to open ssrf:user@ims-ms URL with quotes stripped: ssrd: user@ims-ms Determined to be a SSRD URL. Identifier: user@ims-ms-daemon Filter successfully obtained.
In addition, you can add the slave_debug keyword to the tcp_local channel to see how a filter is applied. The results are displayed in the tcp_local_slave.log file. Be sure to add mm_debug=5 in the option.dat file in directory /msg-svr-base/config in order to get sufficient debugging information.
Error parsing filter expression:...
If the filter is good, then filter information will be at the end of the output.
If the filter is bad, then the following error will be at the end of the output:Address list error -- 4.7.1 Filter syntax error: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, if the filter is bad, then the SMTP RCPT TO command will return a temporary error response code:
RCPT TO: user@domain 452 4.7.1 Filter syntax error