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"recipient delayed" Problem

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"recipient delayed" Problem

Postby ane774 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 5:14 pm

For some strange reason ASSP seems to be delaying email more aggressively than normal. I have lowered the DelayEmbargoTime to 2 minutes to see if that would fix the issue, but it still seems to be acting up. Example:

Feb-22-13 07:31:50 m-36153-00009 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 07:38:29 m-36153-00004 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 07:58:29 m-36153-00007 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 08:07:27 m-36153-00013 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 08:14:07 m-36153-00024 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 08:31:49 m-36153-00026 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 08:34:07 m-36154-00023 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 09:07:27 m-36154-00068 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 09:18:29 m-36154-00034 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 09:54:07 m-36154-00005 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 10:18:29 m-36154-00017 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 10:54:07 m-36154-00021 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;
Feb-22-13 11:31:50 m-36155-00079 70.70.70.70 <example1@example.com> to: example2@example.com recipient delayed: example2@example.com;

I have used the whitelist and noDelay for false positive spam before in the past, but right now it seems like every domain must be white-listed that reaches the server to pass through. This wasn't always the case and just happened recently with no major changes or recent updates. The server currently has ASSP 2.0.
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Re: "recipient delayed" Problem

Postby thockar » Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:52 am

>I have used the whitelist and noDelay for false positive spam before in the past, but right now it seems like every domain must be white-listed

So you say, 'noDelay' is not working?

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Re: "recipient delayed" Problem

Postby ane774 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:34 pm

Hi Thockar,

NoDelay works. But it seems as though messages are delayed even after they are resent after the DelayEmbargoTime.

Thanks!
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