Local part is longer than max allowed length after BATV tagging. Max:$max_length, current:$current_length
Error code: 10264
Error text: Local part is longer than max allowed length after BATV tagging. Max:$max_length, current:$current_length
Where $max_length is the predefined maximum allowed length in bytes and $current_length is the current length in bytes.
Affected module: brightmail_client
Product version: Symantec Messaging Gateway 9.5 and later versions
This warning message is logged in bmclient_log. This warning indicates that, after BATV tag is added to mail sender address, the length of the tagged sender address exceeds $max_length, where value of $max_length is 64 bytes.
In spite of the warning, the sender address is BATV tagged, and the message is delivered to downstream MTA. Depending on how the downstream MTA is configured, the downstream MTA may or may not reject the mail. As long as the downstream MTA accepts affected mails, the warning can be ignored. If the downstream MTA rejects mails because of sender address being too long, then BATV must be disabled for those sender addresses.
The following is an example of the error message as it appears in the bmclient_log.
<date>T<time> (WARNING:1942.2739985328):  Local part is
longer than max allowed length after BATV tagging. Max:64, current:146
Imported Document ID: HOWTO73123
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