275949Re: Adjust smtp to limitations of a host
- Apr 1, 2011On Fri, Apr 01, 2011 at 01:39:41PM -0400, Wietse Venema wrote:
> Victor Duchovni:Of course, if their policy is that they only accept a trickle of
> > > Many tanks for your time and help
> > You probably can't do much with my advice, when the receiving system
> > is fubared, your options are limited.
> You'll have to use a combination of
> slow_destination_rate_delay=x (this forces concurrency == 1)
> slow unix - - n - - smtp
> -o smtp_connection_cache_on_demand=no
> that stays within the stated limits (which of course may not bear
> any relationship to reality, but that is a different matter).
> And these clowns will have to get used to abnormal email delays.
> I hope this isn't my tax money at work.
mail from sites that are not their important business partners,
the correct place to make adjustments is in their white-list.
If their systems support a whitelist, the OP should find a way to
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