- Anyone have any idea on the meaning of "per-recipient" as it relates
to concurrency and/or how to change it? The quoted text below
explains the problem in detail.
> In my original email I mentioned that I was unclear on the meaning
> of the documentation where it states that setting recipient_limit=1
> changes the meaning of concurrency from "per-domain" to "per-recipient".
> Does "per-recipient" mean the full email address (user@...),
> or does "per-recipient" mean just the user portion before
> the @ sign (user).
> I ask because currently when I send, say, 1000 messages to
> bob@... and 1000 messages to bob@..., Postfix does not
> process them in parallel. This suggests that it thinks 'bob' at
> the first domain is the same user as 'bob' at the second domain,
> even though they are two completely seperate mailboxes.
> Conversely, if I send 1000 messages to two differently named users,
> the mail delivers in parallel to each as expected. Is there some
> parameter I can set to have Postfix differentiate the two 'bob'
> mailboxes as being different recipients, since they are at two
> different domains?
- On Tue, Jul 03, 2007 at 10:14:01AM -0400, John Seil wrote:
> Anyone have any idea on the meaning of "per-recipient" as it relatesThe meaning of per-recipient is, a separate queue for each pair of:
> to concurrency and/or how to change it? The quoted text below
> explains the problem in detail.
(nexthop, recipient localpart less optional extension)
The nexthop for most deliveries is the domain part of the recipient
address, but the transport(5) table and the per address-class transport
settings may provide an explicit nexthop that is independent of the
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