Yea, tell them to not virus scan outbound email! <smile>.
2825 Erica Place
Nashville, TN 37204
On 7/1/2013 12:52 PM, Ed wrote:
> I'll bet your users are using windoze and some lame anti-virus
> solution like norton / symantec. That particular one proxies email and
> it goes all the way to the data command in the SMTP session, then does
> an RSET and starts over actually sending the email the second pass.
> For every recipient, so if a single email has multiple recipients,
> then multiple passes. Great stuff ! Been this way a long time.
> You / surge can't do a damned thing about it. Your users can.
> On 07/01/2013 01:43 PM, Brian Hamacher wrote:
>> After reviewing my logs again this morning I notice I have a few Domains
>> that I receive the following errors from quite frequently. I had a
>> different domain reach the 1000 message “g_user_send_ip” MAX this
>> No DATA command sent
>> No DATA command sent-rset
>> Has anyone else had issues with this? What steps can I take to help
>> mitigate this problem for my end users? I don’t want to keep increasing
>> the “g_user_send_ip” limit because that is not a real solution.
>> Any thoughts on this would be great.
>> Thank You
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