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Dec 16, 2004, 4:20 PM
Out of curiosity, can I call qmail-remote instead of qmail-inject in your
Re: Is there a way to control the delivery rate?
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example?.... If so, I might just need to replace qmail-inject with
qmail-remote, because what I have right now is a spool directory where
all the messages are created in and picked up by a long running process
that keeps monitoring the directory and sending out emails using qmail-inject.
>Clive Cleland wrote:
>> Net Virtual Mailing Lists wrote:
>>> The delivery rate I need to ensure is something like "1 message every 3
>>> or 4 minutes", which is pretty easy for qmail to exceed.....
>> qmail-inject $to < $file && rm $file
>Ummm... That should probably be a direct SMTP connection, not a
>qmail-inject - otherwise you just end up with the same problem if you
>can't reach the host for a while. A little more involved, but still
>fairly straightforward - maybe in perl?
>Regardless, qmail is of little value in restricting the rate of delivery
>to such an extent - most people want messages delivered quickly.