How to avoid (Net::SMTPFatalError) "555 5.5.2 Syntax error

Hi all,
I have written code to send mails through action_mailer, where in I
called
MassNotifier.deliver_forward_review_link(current_user.profile.display_name,email,params[:notification][:message],params[:title],params[:designation],params[:company],params[:id],@invitation.invitation_code)

this method , and in mass_notifier.rb
I fave written

def
forward_review_link(sender,recipients,message,title,designation,company,id,code)

return if UnsubscribedEmail.find_by_email(recipients)
@unsubscribe_code = MailingList.find_or_create_by_email(recipients)
if @unsubscribe_code.code.nil?
@unsubscribe_code.code = Digest::SHA1.hexdigest(
Time.now.to_s.split(//).sort_by {rand}.join )
@unsubscribe_code.save
end
@body[:unsubscribe_link] = “click
here to unsubscribe</a>”

MassNotifier.delivery_method = :activerecord
@recipients  = "#{recipients}"
@from = "#{sender}<[email protected]>"
@subject = "Check out the Review on #{company}"
@body[:review_link] = "<a

href=‘http://www.somelink.com/company-review-rating/#{company.downcase.strip.squeeze("
").gsub(/[^[:alnum:]]/,’-’).squeeze("-").chomp("-")}/#{designation.strip.squeeze("
“).gsub(/[^[:alnum:]]/,’-’).squeeze(”-").chomp("-")}/#{id}’>clck
here</a>"
@body[:company_name] = “#{company}”
@body[:sender_name] = “#{sender}”
content_type “text/html”
end

If I submit an email id, It is giving error as
(Net::SMTPFatalError) “555 5.5.2 Syntax error. d29sm1994943and.38\n”
How to avoid this error

Please help me its urgent.

Santosh T. wrote:

@from = "#{sender}<[email protected]>"

If I submit an email id, It is giving error as
(Net::SMTPFatalError) “555 5.5.2 Syntax error. d29sm1994943and.38\n”

The from line is the problem. The Net::SMTP library was recently changed
so it adds angle brackets to your sender, so you cannot have any in your
string. Try this as a workaround:

@from = "[email protected]"

Hi Chris,

the workaround solved the problem, thank you!

Is there another way to display a name with the email address without
using angle brackets ?

Thanks!

On Jul 31, 2:26 pm, Chris S. [email protected]

Francesco C. wrote:

Hi Chris,

the workaround solved the problem, thank you!

Is there another way to display a name with the email address without
using angle brackets ?

Thanks!

On Jul 31, 2:26�pm, Chris S. [email protected]

Display? Sure. Do anything you want.

But as of Rails 2.3.3, the from email address will get the angle
brackets added, so it can only contain the address.

Rails 2.3.4 is/was supposed to fix that, and includes tests so it will
be ensured in future versions.

Thank you so much, I had the same problem and it worked.

On Jul 31, 2:26 pm, Chris S. [email protected]

Hello all,

I am trying to send email and written code like this:

def matches_for_request( contact, req, matching_offers ) recipients "#{contact}" from "[email protected]" subject "Matches found for your request" sent_on Time.now
body[:offers] = matching_offers

end

I also had put angled brackets in the from address like
[email protected]”. However, as Chris’s reply suggets I tried
removing the angled brackets. But, this did not solve my problem. I am
continuing to get the following error message:

555 5.5.2 Syntax error. 23sm387874pxi.9

Please help.

Any updates on how we can send a @from with a name before the email
address?

I want to be able to send emails using the [email protected] email
address but show ‘Monaqasat’ as the name of the sender.

Thx.

.Karim

Bruno Brunagh wrote:

Aslam S. wrote:

Hello all,

I am trying to send email and written code like this:

def matches_for_request( contact, req, matching_offers ) recipients "#{contact}" from "[email protected]" subject "Matches found for your request" sent_on Time.now
body[:offers] = matching_offers

end

I also had put angled brackets in the from address like
[email protected]”. However, as Chris’s reply suggets I tried
removing the angled brackets. But, this did not solve my problem. I am
continuing to get the following error message:

555 5.5.2 Syntax error. 23sm387874pxi.9

Please help.

Hi all,
I have the same issue:
Net::SMTPFatalError 555 using rails 2.3.3
under development environment

I both tried with or without angle brackets in the @from parameter,
but with no help.

Any idea?

Thanks

Try to do like this:
from “Monaqasat [email protected]
headers “return-path” => ‘[email protected]

It worked for me !!!

Thanks,
Nimesh N.

Karim Helal wrote:

Any updates on how we can send a @from with a name before the email
address?

I want to be able to send emails using the [email protected] email
address but show ‘Monaqasat’ as the name of the sender.

Thx.

.Karim

Bruno Brunagh wrote:

Aslam S. wrote:

Hello all,

I am trying to send email and written code like this:

def matches_for_request( contact, req, matching_offers ) recipients "#{contact}" from "[email protected]" subject "Matches found for your request" sent_on Time.now
body[:offers] = matching_offers

end

I also had put angled brackets in the from address like
[email protected]”. However, as Chris’s reply suggets I tried
removing the angled brackets. But, this did not solve my problem. I am
continuing to get the following error message:

555 5.5.2 Syntax error. 23sm387874pxi.9

Please help.

Hi all,
I have the same issue:
Net::SMTPFatalError 555 using rails 2.3.3
under development environment

I both tried with or without angle brackets in the @from parameter,
but with no help.

Any idea?

Thanks

use action mailer optional tls

http://douglasfshearer.com/blog/gmail-smtp-with-ruby-on-rails-and-actionmailer

On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 2:45 PM, Nimesh N. [email protected]
wrote:

Any updates on how we can send a @from with a name before the email

Aslam S. wrote:

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Thanks:
Rajeev sharma

Aslam S. wrote:

Hello all,

I am trying to send email and written code like this:

def matches_for_request( contact, req, matching_offers ) recipients "#{contact}" from "[email protected]" subject "Matches found for your request" sent_on Time.now
body[:offers] = matching_offers

end

I also had put angled brackets in the from address like
[email protected]”. However, as Chris’s reply suggets I tried
removing the angled brackets. But, this did not solve my problem. I am
continuing to get the following error message:

555 5.5.2 Syntax error. 23sm387874pxi.9

Please help.

Hi all,
I have the same issue:
Net::SMTPFatalError 555 using rails 2.3.3
under development environment

I both tried with or without angle brackets in the @from parameter,
but with no help.

Any idea?

Thanks

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