a_shilin at fastmail.fm
Wed May 11 22:05:46 EDT 2011
Thanks Bron and Simon,
> (I see you're one of our customers)
Yes, and it was nice to find out that you guys use and support what I
have to support now :)
> > One of our scanner produces non-unique message-ids when sending mails.
> > Ids are repeated in about a week.
> I'm guessing this isn't fixable in the scanner - but an alternative
> might be to strip it with a filter and then have your MTA generate
> a new one. I'm pretty sure that's possible with Postfix.
> Assuming you don't need the original for tracking purposes - though
> you could probably even add it as X-Original-Message-Id: or something.
I am using Sendmail, and yesterday I started usind Mimedefang to replace
MessageID with smth like "day-month-year-" + "original MessageID". We'll
see how it will behave in the future.
> > delprune cmd="cyr_expire -E 1 -a -v" at=1015
> > What should I do anyway to fight that ugly scanner while keeping
> > duplicatesuppression on ?
> Try it without -a? I know there are some pretty confused pieces of
> logic in cyr_expire back in 2.3.x.
As far as I understood the man page (and you are right, it's a bit
confusing) - if a mailbox is expired in 5 days, using no '-a' will
result in keeping at least five days history in deliver.db for that
http://www.fastmail.fm - Same, same, but different...
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