SpamAssassin timeouts - 0 of 20
campbell at cnpapers.com
Fri Sep 19 20:20:16 IST 2008
Scott Silva wrote:
>> Thanks for all the help. I'm pretty sure it's DNS type stuff as we
>> just moved to a new provider recently.
>> But - what's up with the ZERO of 20 part? That's the reason I asked
>> about problems. Sort of like saying no timeouts, which isn't a
>> problem. :-\
>> Thanks all for the really great list and software.
> On computers, a zero is a valid starting point. But the fact that it
> says timeout is a problem. Every message that it times out on will go
> through your system to a (future) angry user.
> The local caching nameserver should help a lot.
Got that going again. Had to stop it for a while due to the IP changes
we just made.
Time will tell if that gets it back to the very-few-a-day we used to see.
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