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Re: Long term storage of undeliverable mail

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  • Mark Goodge
    ... Thanks. That looks to be precisely what I need. In fact, the defaults should be OK, since we should have the internal server accepting mail again within 5
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 23, 2010
      On 23/07/2010 13:37, Wietse Venema wrote:
      > Mark Goodge:
      >>
      >> What I need to do is configure A so that mail destined for B is stored
      >> indefinitely (well, for a few days, at least) without generating NDRs or
      >> attempted delivery notifications, so that when B comes back online all
      >> the stored mail can be delivered and none of the senders will have
      >> received any bounces or delay notifications.
      >
      > Consider temporarily increasing the bounce_queue_lifetime and
      > maximal_queue_lifetime.
      >
      > This requires "postfix reload" as the life times are implemented
      > in the queue manager which normally runs forever.

      Thanks. That looks to be precisely what I need. In fact, the defaults
      should be OK, since we should have the internal server accepting mail
      again within 5 days, but it's worth noting this in case that turns out
      not to be achievable.

      Mark
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      http://mark.goodge.co.uk
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