When will MailScanner + postfix actually say "421 too much load"
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Thu Feb 21 14:20:25 GMT 2008
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Ronny T. Lampert wrote:
> Hello all,
> topic says it all: when will a MailScanner + postfix actually go into
> the "Too much load" situation?
> Will MailScanner actually affect postfix's decision to go 421?
MailScanner is not involved with the SMTP transaction at all, so this is
nothing to do with MailScanner, it's all down to Postfix.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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