One argument for not having GMail fetch from a remote account anywhere
is that it can take 45-60 minutes for a refresh ...
On 3/22/2011 9:04 AM, Tony Zakula wrote:
> Thanks for the comments. I suggested that very thing to the client a
> couple of hours ago. It makes more sense than pushing them to his
> account. I haven't heard back yet.
> On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Paul M. BeckHIDDEN@bexx.com> wrote:
>> Different approach...
>> Why not have gmail fetch the email off your server for that account?
>> That way gmail isn't looking at the forwarded email as inbound traffic, you won't be punished if email is marked as spam, and it isn't your problem anymore.
>> Just a thought
>> On Mar 22, 2011, at 9:02 AM, Tony Zakula wrote:
>>> I have a client who has an email address in which all emails are
>>> forwarded to a gmail account. Some are failing with the following
>>> error in the logs -
>>> 22 00:36:07 Pending localhost<> HIDDEN@email@example.com> 14443
>>> <1300772167HIDDEN@ailserverVM> "SendTooMany"
>>> Anyone have an idea what that "SendTooMany means?
>>> Thanks for any tips.
>>> Tony Z
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