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From: shawn D.Wang (shawn.d.wanggmail.com)
Date: Fri Aug 29 2008 - 02:29:30 CDT
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On 8/29/08, Ralf Hildebrandt <Ralf.Hildebrandtcharite.de> wrote:
> * shawn D.Wang <shawn.d.wanggmail.com>:
> > Ralf, thanks for the quick response.
> > Surely I will use multi recipients.
> > I supposed the postfix will send a separate copy to each recipient.
> No, not with multi-recipient mail.
> > for instance$B!'(Bif i have two recipients, r1hotmail.com and r2yahoo.com,
> > are in different ISP, so postfix will transfer two times, once for the
> > hotmail ISP, and another for the yahoo ISP. Am I right?
> Yes. Of course.
> > Or another way, optimisticly, I can only transfer one time, say, to
> > hotmail ISP, and the mail sever receive this mail then find there is
> > recipent at yahoo ISP, so the hotmail mail sever on one hand, put the
> > to its user, and on the other hand, continue with the transfering to
> > ISP. But I believe the later one could never happen.
> Correct. You need to do your own work.
> > But if the two users are in the same ISP, how does the postfix transfer
> > message?
> Once, with two recipients.
> > The postfix only transfer once? and the receiver ISP distribute two
> > copies separately two each user?
> > is that mean, the for a message, the copy number the postfix will
> > transfer does not depend on the recipient number (of course under the
> > max recipient number limit),
> > but depend on the ISP number in all the recipients? say, if I have a
> > message with 5
> > recipients: johnhotmail.com, leehotmail.com, marrygmail.com,
> > shawngmail.com, kingyahoo.com, will the postfix only transfer 3
> > copies for the message?
> > That is the key point of my problem. if the answer is "yes", then I can
> > use multi recipients in the same message but transfer only one copy,
> > that would be so, so, good.
> > On 8/29/08, Ralf Hildebrandt <Ralf.Hildebrandtcharite.de> wrote:
> > >
> > > * shawn D.Wang <shawn.d.wanggmail.com>:
> > > > Hi guys:
> > > >
> > > > I'm fresh at postfix. Resently, we have built the postfix for our web
> > > > service. We would like to deliver some e-magzines to our registered
> > > users.
> > > > but the size of each magzine is over 1 M. but we have hundreds of
> > > thousands
> > > > users. As a result, the bandwidth is embarrassing.
> > >
> > > Yes.
> > >
> > > > Since most of our users use yahoo, Hotmail and some other huge ISP,
> > > > if we can just send one copy to certain number of users of the same
> > > > ISP, the bandwidth could be saved a lot.
> > >
> > > Do you use single recipient or multi recipient mails?
> > >
> > > > just let the ISP themselves to distribute the mails to those users.
> > > > there some method to deal with this problem$B!)(Bor just some
> > > > change can do$B!)(B
> > >
> > > Use multi recipient mails!
> > >
> > > --
> > > Ralf Hildebrandt (Ralf.Hildebrandtcharite.de)
> > > snickebocharite.de
> > > Postfix - Einrichtung, Betrieb und Wartung Tel. +49 (0)30-450
> > > http://www.arschkrebs.de I'm looking for
> > > job
> > > Yes, and every single administrator that's configured their virus
> > > scanner to bounce to envelope deserves a swift kick upside the head.
> > >
> Ralf Hildebrandt (Ralf.Hildebrandtcharite.de)
> Postfix - Einrichtung, Betrieb und Wartung Tel. +49 (0)30-450 570-155
> http://www.arschkrebs.de I'm looking for a
> In German "invent-a-new-word-where-a-perfectly-good-one-already-exists" is
> probably a word.