On Mon, Mar 13, 2000 at 04:05:58AM -0500, Tim Pierce wrote:
> So I calculated this percentage for each of the thousand lists, then
> added them all together and took the average percentage. The result
> was an average volume increase of 40%.
Have you considered doing both? (Batch with an occasional VERP)
Do normal delivery in batched mode. But every so often (such as once
a week), set a flag on the list so that the next message to that particular
list goes out with VERP enabled. Do this on different days for different
Bad addresses may hang around for 7 days before the next VERP run, but
they will get caught eventually.
Joe Smith MCI WorldCom, On-Net Design/Impl, Product Technical Support
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