Re: postfix/smtpd: queue file size limit exceeded
- On Fri, 2010-07-23 at 10:16:08 +0200, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:
> On 2010-07-23 02:44, Sahil Tandon wrote:Uhm, no. They are *related*. The appearance of SIZE in a server's
> > It appears that google's SMTP client does not use the SIZE declaration
> > as outlined in RFC 1870. You can record the conversation between google
> > and your server to verify this yourself; instead of:
> > MAIL FROM:<foo.bar@...> SIZE=500000
> > you will see:
> > MAIL FROM:<foo.bar@...>
> So neither SIZE declaration from the client, nor taking into
> consideration SIZE declaration from the server.
response to the EHLO command is what informs the client that the SIZE
service extension is supported. Google's SMTP client just doesn't use
> > Because google is trying to deliver mail. :) After receiving theHomework assignment: try it with a more sane message size that still
> > message, Postfix measures it to exceed $message_size_limit and rejects
> > it.
> Oh really? If I send a 1000000 GB message to Postfix, Postfix will try
> to receive it and *then* measure??! :-O
exceeds your server's limit, and see what happens.
Sahil Tandon <sahil@...>