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I have a weird problem with emailing out.
This problem happens to only one recipient, it just started happening today.
When we send emails to him, all reaches except one with attachment and 'credit card' on subject.

I seems like the recipient email server rejects based on their spam  filtering, but the NDR message seems as it's actually from our email server(sending out).
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Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:      CREDIT CARD   XXXXXXX XXXXX  xXXXXXX
      Sent:      3/26/2014 2:13 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      recipeint@hisdomain.com on 3/26/2014 2:13 PM
            The recipient could not be processed because it would violate the security policy in force
            <mail.mydomain.com #5.7.0 smtp;550 5.7.0 Local Policy Violation>
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As you see, the NDR message says "  <mail.mydomain.com #5.7.0 smtp;550 5.7.0 Local Policy Violation>" which seems as the problem was from our side.


We use GFI mailessential + exchange server 2003 std
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I tested sending emails to the trouble recipient, the email consisted email message with 'credit card' and 3 attachments, 1 .doc file and 2 .rtf files.
I sent sample emails;

case 1: without attachment.  OK
case 2: with attachment and subject without 'credit card' on both. NDR
case 3: with only the .doc attachment OK
case 4: with only the two .rtf attachments. NDR

So, now the email with .rtf (rich text format) attachments doesn't reach. This is filtering activity either on email server or spam filter. As we don't scan outgoing emails, I guess the recipient email server does, but still I can't convince the recipient system admins because  the NDR says (seems as) it's from our email server. How can I show their system admin if it's really from their spam filter? Because SMTP log and NDR are only that I have.

Or do I really have problem somewhere except our email server and spam filter?
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The following is the exchange log I found;


2014-03-26 21:09:56 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 220+mx0a-0015f701.pphosted.com+ESMTP+mfa-m0043804 0 0 49 0 1219 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:56 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionCommand SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 EHLO - mail.mydomain.com 0 0 4 0 1219 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:56 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 250-mx0a-0015f701.pphosted.com+Hello+mail.mydomain.com+[AAA.AAA.AAA.AAA (my email server NAT IP)],+pleased+to+meet+you 0 0 97 0 1297 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:57 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionCommand SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 MAIL - FROM:<myname@mydomain.com> 0 0 4 0 2281 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:57 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 250+2.1.0+Sender+ok 0 0 19 0 2375 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:57 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionCommand SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 RCPT - TO:<hisname@hisdomain.com> 0 0 4 0 2375 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:57 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 250+2.1.5+Recipient+ok 0 0 22 0 2453 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:57 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionCommand SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 DATA - - 0 0 4 0 2453 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:09:57 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 354+Enter+mail,+end+with+"."+on+a+line+by+itself 0 0 48 0 2547 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:10:04 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 550+5.7.0+Local+Policy+Violation 0 0 32 0 8750 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:10:04 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionCommand SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 QUIT - - 0 0 4 0 9250 SMTP - - - -
2014-03-26 21:10:04 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 221+2.0.0+mx0a-0015f701.pphosted.com+Closing+connection 0 0 55 0 9328 SMTP - - - -
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2014-03-26 21:10:04 xx.xxx.xxx.xxx OutboundConnectionResponse SMTPSVC1 EXCHANG_SERV - 25 - - 550+5.7.0+Local+Policy+Violation 0 0 32 0 8750 SMTP - - - -

Who's ip is that ( yours or other)
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That's our IP address
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But you know before that, local violation, our server is connected to their server, then local violation occurred soon  after our exchange server finished with '.' ending the outbound email. Isn't that the response from their pphosted.com (spam audit) machine, not from ours?
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This is not from your server at all

It is basically doing a Helo (relay) on the recipient server via your exchange server

Your connection got closed without success

Please contact the administrator on the other end
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