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From: Jeff McCombs (jmccombstrondent.com)
Date: Wed Oct 17 2007 - 12:20:49 CDT
Is there any way to get postfix to send a DSN, or notification on
every delivery attempt? I'm attempting to log message send attempts and
it doesn't seem to work right.
Sending a message with the command line 'sendmail -t
-Nsuccess,failure,delay <msg" generates a DSN only on the first bounce,
but not on all subsequent attempts?
Am I explaining that right? Essentially I'd like to get a DSN _every
time_ that postfix attempts to send a message, regardless if it's a
bounce, delay, or success. But it seems that as it goes through the
queue, it doesn't always generate a DSN on 4.x.x status messages.
I've looked the notify_classes and the associated
'delay_recipient' and 'bounce/2bounce _recipient' configuration settings
as well, and those don't seem to do it either.
Jeff McCombs Trondent Development Corp
Manager, Network Operations 1300 S. Grove, STE 204
jmccombstrondent.com Barrington IL, 60010
Office: (847) 898-9183 http://www.trondent.com
Mobile: (224) 361-6946 Fax: (847) 277 0805
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