Re: MAIL TO DEAD DESTINATION

From: Jim Wright (no email)
Date: Tue Mar 24 2009 - 00:25:58 EDT

  • Next message: Victor Duchovni: "Re: MAIL TO DEAD DESTINATION"

    On Mar 23, 2009, at 11:01 PM, Ashwin Muni wrote:

    > Ex: I'm sending a mail to xyz.com and my server could not connect to
    > the xyz.com smtp server. My mail gets deffered and then it tries as
    > per my setting but later another user of mine tries to send mail to
    > the same domain and it happens again. I dont want postfix to try
    > instead it can check the cache for the domain and not try delivering
    > it.

    Connection errors occur for any number of reasons, this is a common
    occurrence,and should be allowed for. You are asking for one such
    temporary instance to block all future mails? If gmail had a problem
    with one of their servers, you would never want to send to gmail again?

    Please clarify exactly what problem you are trying to solve.
      


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