Re: virus scanning
On Sat, Feb 14, 2004 at 08:03:41PM +0100, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > > > This is easy to fix, just remove the MX record that points to gluck! MX
> > > > secondaries don't provide any benefit with the way the Internet works today.
> > > > They just cause needless bounces and administration problems.
> > >
> > > No, they don't, when they're set up properly. I prefer that when the primary
> > > mail server is down that incoming mail is stored on the secondary so that I
> > > know how much there is, to be able to view some of it if it's urgent, and to
> > > flush it as I like when the primary goes back online.
> > I'm been thinking about making my primary MX push out alias files which
> > point to mbox files for each and every user the primary MX would accept
> > mail for; this mainly to avoid the hundreds of frozen messages that get
> > put in whenever the primary is down for a half-hour.
> Callouts (verifying the recipient) provides with you with the same
> functionality -- the secondary MX refuses to accept mail.
... because they can't verify the recipient address at the primary MX,
was what I wanted to say there.
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