RE: control error behavior, into deferred queue instead of rejected
- Solved my problem by having my transport returning appropriate error
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- On 8/2/2010 10:04 AM, Zhou, Yan wrote:
> Hi there,Either arrange for your java program to exit with a temporary
> I implemented my own mail processor (Java program processing mails), and
> defined my transport for that.
> The problem is if my Java program throws an exception, the mail is
> rejected and back to the sender. What I want is for it to go to the
> deferred queue.
> How can I do that? Either direct the mail to the deferred queue in Java
> program or instruct Postfix to do that, so that it can be retried later?
error or you can add "-o soft_bounce=yes" to that transport
entry in master.cf.
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