On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 18:23:15 -0500
Sam Varshavchik <mrs...@courier-mta.com> wrote:
dick hoogendijk writes:
I had a failure on my main MX server (at a friend's place). A lot of
mail got queued. After my friend had repaired his server and wanted
to send the mail for me to my courier mailer things went really
slow. Courier accepts only very little mail per session.
Define "very little mail per session".
spam prevention but not wantable at the moment.
The mail comes from a known ip (it's my main mx after all ;-)
What I like to know is: what option in which file controls this
There's no such thing as "mail chunk limit". In fact, there's no such
thing as "mail chunk", whatever it is.
I used the wrong term, sorry. What I ment was: the main MX server for my
domain had a lot of deferred messages for me. After all things were
repaired at hist side his mailer (postfix) wanted to sent _all_ deferred
messages to me at once. This is and was not accepted by my courier. If
needed I will have to ask my friend his part of the logfile msg his
mailer received from courier (including the total amount of msgs he was
allowed to send)
What I hoped to hear was if this behaviour of not accepting all deferred
msgs at once is something that can be (overruled) by some config file.
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