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From: Stefan Förster (citeincertum.net)
Date: Fri May 16 2008 - 06:39:17 CDT
* D Hill <d.hillyournetplus.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 16 May 2008 at 02:26 -0700, rfgtristatelogic.com confabulated:
>> Obviously, the policy server protocol is all about blocking undesirable
> That hasn't become obvious to me. We have two filter servers that run two
> Postfix instances. One for inbound and one for outbound. On the outbound
> instances, I have policyd (http://www.policyd.org) throttling our
> customer's sending ability.
I've found that using a policy server to delegate messages above a
certain size to a dedicated transport can be a very useful tool, too,
given that your network connection is limited in terms of bandwith and
you don't want to get your active queue congested with large mails
which take forever to transmit, but don't time out.
Stefan Förster http://www.incertum.net/ Public Key: 0xBBE2A9E9
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