Re: Limit rate/concurrency to a given domain

From: Noel Jones (no email)
Date: Mon Feb 23 2009 - 10:10:01 EST

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    Santiago Romero wrote:
    > mouss escribió:
    >>> Is there any way to verify seeing the logfile if a given message is
    >>> going throught a given transport (say "slow" in my master.cf) instead of
    >>> standard "smtp" transport?
    >>>
    >>> I'm not sure or I don't know how to check if the messages are being
    >>> delivered by the "slow" transport I defined :? (at least, I can't see in
    >>> the logs info about it).
    >> look for "relay="
    >
    > It just says:
    >
    > Feb 22 10:15:28 egeo postfix/smtp[3679]: A0553B41AB:
    > to=<>,
    > relay=mail.domain.es[A.B.C.D]:25,
    > delay=13,
    > delays=2.2/0/0.05/11, dsn=2.0.0,
    > status=sent (250 ok 1235294128 qp 25569)
    >
    > It does not say anything about my "slow" transport, but I've noticed
    > that the destination_rate is working because email sent to
    > "mail.domain.es" is being "spaced" 2 seconds between a message and the
    > next one :-?
    >
    > What should the "relay=" field say when sending through a "new"
    > transport? :?
    >
    > It seems to be working but I don't see any difference in the log files
    > when I compare with the standar "smtp" transport :?
    >
    > Thanks a lot.
    >

    That's right, the logs show the program name (smtp) not the
    transport name; you can't tell which transport called smtp.

    You can add something like
       -o syslog_name=postfix-slow
    to the master.cf slow transport entry to differentiate the
    logging.

       -- Noel Jones


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