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From: Ralph Seichter (postfix-mlseichter.de)
Date: Sun May 25 2008 - 07:00:10 CDT
* Noel Jones:
> In your postconf -n output it doesn't look as if you've changed the
> various backoff and queue parameters, so next check to see if your
> active queue is clogged with other undeliverable mail or if something
> is preventing the queue manager from running.
The mail queue does not contain other undelivered mail except from the
test messages I sent, and the system is generally under little load.
There are seldom more than 5 messages queued, and these mostly because
the outbound DSL network connection is down for a couple of minutes.
What could prevent the queue manager from running, and how would I check
for this kind of trouble?
> Note that it's reasonable to add transport entries for a few of the more
> frequently fat-fingered domain names that don't deliver, that way the
> user gets quick feedback that they misspelled the name.
A good suggestion, I'll keep that in mind.