Alright I have tried to follow this and I'm still having problems. So here is what I did:
I created a group called "highvolume"
I assigned that group to each user that sends out newsletters.
I then set g_user_send_max for the group highvolume to 3000 messages.
ini = g_user_send_max group="highvolume" max="3000"
I removed the users from g_user_send_white.
I set user_send_max to 500 which using your guidance is a number that nobody should exceed in one day.
ini = user_send_max "500"
I also have g_user_send_warning set to 450. That way I get an email if someone exceeds 450.
ini = g_user_send_warning "450"
I've used the command "tellmail reload" to reload the ini.
The user in question receives the following error in the log:
user_send_max: HIDDEN@omain.com) 500 > 500, 550 User send limit reached, user setting or g_user_send_ip
smtp:[10.112.36.72] Out: 550 User send limit, g_user_send_ip HIDDEN@omain.com) 500/500 10.112.36.72
I've checked and g_user_send_ip is NOT even defined in the ini file.
Thanks so much
On Sep 22, 2010, at 10:34 AM, HIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org> <Webmaster@1usa.com> wrote:
> g_user_send_max is the setting.
> Put the accounts that need more into a Group, then control the Groups from here.
> on the Domain page under Limits, set the User_send_max to a number that nobody in the domain should exceed.
> Using these settings, if a domain has say 20 accounts, and only one account is used for their newsletter, the others can be so protected.
> Also, there is an Email Alert to you that simply emails you when an account has "sent a lot in one day".
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