Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of email-deliverability


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Dec 1, 2012, 5:53:40 PM (7 years ago)
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Daniel Kahn Gillmor
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    4747'''You can now rotate ip addresses on leslie and assata with the command mf-swap-smtp-bind-address.'''
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    49 Another idea suggested by taggert is to setup multiple relay servers and have our bulk mail servers use round robin DNS to randomly pick the relay servers. We could also setup a "graveyard" mx - which is the relay server that should be sent all deliveries that were deferred on first attempt. That way we keep the queues empty for well-responding destination servers and shunt the problem ones aside. Using transport mapping, we can also send email destined to a particular domain name to a particular server that is not having trouble relaying the mail.
     49Another idea suggested by taggart is to setup multiple relay servers and have our bulk mail servers use round robin DNS to randomly pick the relay servers. We could also setup a "graveyard" mx - which is the relay server that should be sent all deliveries that were deferred on first attempt. That way we keep the queues empty for well-responding destination servers and shunt the problem ones aside. Using transport mapping, we can also send email destined to a particular domain name to a particular server that is not having trouble relaying the mail.
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    5151And a yet another idea is to use [http://postfwd.org/ postfwd] to rate limit messages based on criteria (like yahoo messages can only be sent x number at a time).