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Re: Maildir quotas

also sprach Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org> [2005.08.29.0642 +0200]:
> It has to do with delay_warning_time. It cannot implement
> delay_warning_time greater than zero if it will 4xx without
> queueing. 5xx could be implemented however.

Yes, theoretically it could be implemented. But it's not:

  > 220 cirrus.madduck.net ESMTP "welcome to the machine..."

  % smtpd: connect from albatross.madduck.net[]

  < ehlo albatross.madduck.net
  > 250-cirrus.madduck.net
  > 250-SIZE 10240000
  > 250-VRFY
  > 250-ETRN
  > 250 8BITMIME

  < mail from: <madduck@albatross.madduck.net>
  > 250 Ok

  < rcpt to: <madduck@cirrus.madduck.net>
  > 250 Ok

  % smtpd: 6C5222000F1: client=albatross.madduck.net[]

  < data
  > 354 End data with <CR><LF>.<CR><LF>
  < bla
  < . 
  > 250 Ok: queued as 6C5222000F1

  % cleanup: 6C5222000F1: message-id=<20050829081152.6C5222000F1@cirrus.madduck.net>
  % qmgr: 6C5222000F1: from=<madduck@albatross.madduck.net>, size=393, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
  % smtpd: disconnect from albatross.madduck.net[]
  % local: 6C5222000F1:  to=<madduck@cirrus.madduck.net>, relay=local, delay=0, status=bounced (service unavailable. Command output: test)
  % cleanup: 9A6F6200D06: message-id=<20050829081456.9A6F6200D06@cirrus.madduck.net>
  % qmgr: 9A6F6200D06: from=<>, size=2422, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
  % qmgr: 6C5222000F1: removed
  % qmgr: 9A6F6200D06: to=<madduck@albatross.madduck.net>, relay=a.mx.smtprelay.madduck.net[], delay=1, status=sent (250 Ok: queued as 79B868E8346)
  % qmgr: 9A6F6200D06: removed

  < quit
  > 221 Bye

> It doesn't have to, since nqmgr can relay to smtpd if it wants to.

Huh? It can relay what to smtpd?

> Still, this might be a deficiency in current postfix that it
> doesn't handle 5xx in a more expedited way.

As I said, by the time postfix decided to deliver the mail locally,
it has been accepted.

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