I have one or two accounts that send few emails, but they
have their home machines polling their account on my servers.
I see them 'sending' thousands of messages and it's because of
this. It would appear the counter clicks on the start of the
send and not a complete message, so that aborted messages are
counted for at least the purpose of g_user_send_ip.
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
Sorry I don't see that this creats a real issue, perhaps
I'm missing something?
These log entries are normal and unless something has
gone wrong with a client will at worst double the
g_user_send_ip you need.
If a client is genuinely looping then certainly the limit
will block it, and that's probably good as it will alert you
that the client software needs unjamming...
After reviewing my logs again this morning I notice I
have a few
that I receive the following errors from quite
frequently. I had a
different domain reach the 1000 message "g_user_send_ip"
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
the "g_user_send_ip" limit because that is not a real
Any thoughts on this would be great.