The Auto discovery process fails when the CMTKey has a value of ‘auxcontabilidad@mxzikbcom’ and there are no attributes in exchange when get-recipient | fl is used.
There are a number of reserved characters in Windows that is prohibited and should not be used in any file name or SMTP address that are processed programmatically. The notation is very specific and must be any of the exact words listed below followed by a dot. For example. aux.txt, con.aux.txt, aux.doc.doc.txt etc will fail to create a file or directory and the error message displayed on the GUI will be " The specified device name is invalid". When the file or directory is created by a program it will fail silently and no useful error will be reported.
In the example above "auxcontabilidad@mxzikbcom" was programmatically processed as
As per example above auxcontabilidad is valid but aux.auxcontabilidad is not.
Prohibited words in Windows.
CON: — console (input and output)
AUX: — an auxiliary device. In CP/M 1 and 2, PIP used PUN: (paper tape punch) and RDR: (paper tape reader) instead of AUX:
LST: — list output device, usually the printer
PRN: — as LST:, but lines were numbered, tabs expanded and form feeds added every 60 lines
NUL: — null device, akin to /dev/null - Clear the output
EOF: — input device that produced end-of-file characters, ASCII 0x1A
INP: — custom input device, by default the same as EOF:
OUT: — custom output device, by default the same as NUL:
COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4, COM5, COM6, COM7, COM8, COM9 Serial Ports 1 to 9 (external connections, e.g. for devices or printers)
LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, LPT4, LPT5, LPT6, LPT7, LPT8, LPT9 Parallel Ports 1 to 9 (external connections, e.g. for devices or printers)
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