Re: APPEAL FOR URGENT ASSISTANCE
yOn Sat, 19 Oct 2002, Craig Sanders wrote:
> > , or a different machine) that is just used for handling bounces
> > caused by spam.
> that works. in postfix terms, use a fallback_relay - any mail not
> delivered on the first attempt gets forwarded to the fallback relay.
> it's a useful option for any busy list server. it keeps the main list
> server running smoothly by offloading difficult deliveries to another
Exactly. Most mail is valid, and goes thru quickly. So, offloading the
troubled mail to another machine let's the good mail go thru even quicker.
Now, it seems that debian has a plethora of machines, it's just finding out
that can function as a mail server.