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From: dan trainor (dan.trainorgmail.com)
Date: Thu Jun 11 2009 - 15:05:14 CDT
Hello, all -
I've sent an email through Postfix which has one recipient, which is an
alias via alias_maps (mysql lookup table). I've had just a little bit of
experience with this type of delivery, but not a lot of experience with this
many final recipients.
Right now I see the message sitting in the 'active' queue, but its been
sitting for some time.
At this point I'm not entirely sure what's going on. I would have expected
the message to be delivered to its final recipients by now, but it has not
If nothing more, I was hoping to get a little explanation on what happens
when a message of this type - single recipient federated out to many, many
final recipients via alias_maps.
Is a delay of this period of time normal? I've troubleshot to the extent
that I would for any other message, and other messages which use this same
lookup method with far fewer recipients, and even those messages are
delivered almost immedaitely.
Thanks for your time; it is greatly appreciated.