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From "Noel J. Bergman" <n...@devtech.com>
Subject RE: [PATCH] RemoteDelivery multiple delay times
Date Wed, 29 Oct 2003 21:09:53 GMT
> I am not against this patch, actually this was one of the most important
> missing features for me. The current configuration is better in one (and
> only one) issue, it does provide feedback after about a day to the sender.

Actually, the "feedback" is when it fails.  If you want total failure, you
can use a configuration that matches the current one.  But it isn't really
RFC compliant, since the RFC really suggests a longer period.

What we could do is modify the failMessage method to send notices related to
temporary failures, rather than just permanent ones.  That might be feasible
now, with some of the other changes that have been made to RemoteDelivery.

> I have no idea about the implementation of DSN, but sending bounces to a
> processos with some mail attributes was a nice idea, I don't remember who
> wrote it. I would be happy if RemoteDelivery doesn't bounce back to the
> _from_ address, instead of the reverse path. If I have a few hours I will
> fix this.

DSN == Delivery Status Notification.  There is an RFC for it.

	--- Noel


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