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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
> box.

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.

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