Anthony Banez wrote:
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Great! I get to go cut and paste again because the
message was an attachment instead of part of the body.
It would also be nice if you would use the SUBJECT: field
in your messages.
> This a a sample list on my /etc/aliases
> # MAJORDOMO Config
> majordomo: "|/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/wrapper majordomo"
> owner-majordomo: tekla
> majordomo-owner: tekla
> # Mabuhay List
> mabuhay: "|/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/wrapper resend -l mabuhay
> mabuhay-list: :include:/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/lists/mabuhay
> owner-mabuhay: firstname.lastname@example.org
> mabuhay-owner: email@example.com
> mabuhay-approval: firstname.lastname@example.org
> mabuhay-request: "|/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/wrapper majordomo -l mabuhay"
> # Newsletters (changed from Majordomo)
> newsletters: "|/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/wrapper majordomo"
Why not just say ...
> Duplicate emails are rejected upon subscription so i think its on the mail
> queue. The recieved mails are totally the same. Just yesterday we send a
Do you mean duplicate email-addresses? True, but how can you tell the
difference between email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and
email@example.com? Now, if all three addresses are subscribed to
your list, and the firstname.lastname@example.org address has an auto-forward set
up to go to both of the other addresses, it would look like 2 out of the
three addresses got duplicates.
> dispatch to a list of 100+ members and i got 3 dupicate emails from the
> list. On other occasions i get 2 duplicate mails on a dispatch for 30,000+
> list members . Is this due to the mail queue (Time before giving up = 2h)
> and (time before sending warning = 4h) . Should i increase the time?
You should consider using bulk_mailer, or a newer version of sendmail that
lets you utilize multiple queues. Until that time, I would recommend
stretching out your queue runs. If sendmail is started with a command like
sendmail -bd -q30m
I would try setting it to
sendmail -bd -q2h
To increase your delivery performance, you should sort your lists by domain
remove any "bad" addresses as soon as possible, and strip comments out of
From: Anthony Banez <Anthony.Banez@summitmedia.com.ph>