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Re: Invalid message envelope information (fwd)

On Thu, 22 Jan 1998, Alexis Yushin wrote:

> Once Sven Goldt wrote:
> >In article <199801221338.OAA05925@eekholt.NL.net> you wrote:
> >: Hi,
> >
> >: 	Back to the question about simultaneous delivery with smtp
> >: i.e. to open two or more smtp connections to a host at a time turns
> >: out to be very important feature we lack. Being secondary mail exchange
> >: for huge sites that tend to go down for a day once in a while makes
> >: it real pain for them to catchup with their mail via one smtp
> >: connection. Besides imagine a huge mail arrived for a host, and is
> >: being delivered (smtp transferred) whilst another twenty short mails
> >: for other users on the same destination host are get delayed for
> >: hours (literary of there are a few huger mail) So we came to the
> >: point we have to implement simultaneous delivery or switch back
> >: to sendmail/qmail. Any ideas how to do that?
> >: 							alexis
> >
> >Simply add more channels in scheduler.conf. E.g.:
> 	I am talking about the same *host*

  This is quite a problem.

  Old versions of Zmailer did not have this problem.  You can set up the
maximum number of SMTP connections per host.  When the new scheduler
arrived, this functionality was lost.

  I recommend that you user "overfeed" in your scheduler config.
"overfeed" dramatically improves the efficiency of a single SMTP
connection.  I once had to push about 10,000 average sized messages to a
particular host, and "overfeed" made a big difference.

> 							alexis
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