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Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by omegauser, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. omegauser

    omegauser Guest

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    Hi,

    Take a look at this:
    done remote luz_amparogiraldo@hotmail.com
    done remote ma.elena-grupotravel@terra.com
    done remote mabel@servitur.com
    done remote macristina@amt.com.gt
    remote madelin@mvquintos.com
    done remote maggiemorales@hotmail.com
    done remote maiter@turvisa.com.gt

    The one that does not have DONE, I assume was not delivered, now does that means the server returned an error to the sender????

    I have many tickets from my customes that says: My messages are not arriving, or taking to long.

    I already have the -RT0 in the args.
    My question is: Does the server always returns a message with the error when the email sent was not received??? or just is in queue?
     
  2. DeanW

    DeanW Guest

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    By default Plesk will process only, I think, 20 remote connections at a time. If your clients are sending list email this is not adequate and will cause the mail queue to be clogged.

    Here is the optimization I use that allows up to 400 remote connections. My servers now send something like 10-20 emails per second:

    Code:
    echo 400 > /var/qmail/control/concurrencyremote
    service qmail restart
    You may also want to inrease local delivery slightly:
    Code:
    echo 100 > /var/qmail/control/concurrencylocal
    service qmail restart
    Note: I do not use anything like the -RT0 option you mention - I use the Plesk default with the above mods.

    Hope that helps
    --
    ListMailPRO PHP email list management
     
  3. omegauser

    omegauser Guest

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    Hi,

    Thanks for your help, now, where do I put that code? does it goes in a special file?
    Or I must create a new one? or just run the command?

    thanks
     
  4. DeanW

    DeanW Guest

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    You run the commands via an SSH shell as root.

    The following creates a new file named concurrencyremote in the /var/qmail/control folder with the single line contents:

    400

    Code:
    echo 400 > /var/qmail/control/concurrencyremote
    You must restart qmail for the options to take effect:
    Code:
    service qmail restart
    Regards,
    DW
     
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