On 06/10/11 23:53, plear wrote:
> Several users have complained that when they send to certain users - AOL
> and Yahoo, most notably - they consistently (over several months) get
> this error. After checking with the recipients, we now know that an
> email message takes on average about 4 hours to get to its destination.
> That's a bit long. What can be done to fix this?
> When trying to deliver your message, the mail server at
> host=stc7017,from=foobar.net encountered
> problems with the following addresses. Still trying, no action required!
> For HIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>>, Site
> yahoo.com <http://thevitalimage.com/> (220.127.116.11) said after data
> sent: 451 Resources temporarily not available - Please try again later
> For a more detailed explanation see
> Reporting-MTA: dns; foobar.net <http://bainbridgenet.net/>
> Final-Recipient: rfc822HIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org
> Action: delayed
> Status: 4.0.0
> Diagnostic-code smtp; Site yahoo.com <http://thevitalimage.com/>
> (18.104.22.168) said after data sent: 451 Resources temporarily not
> available - Please try again later [#4.16.5].
You are sending too much email to Yahoo. Seriously. We see it here all
We set g_send_tolimit to 300 per hour for Yahoo and Comcast and that helps.
And don't expect to find any sign of intelligent life at Yahoo. I have
yet to get any intelligent answers from them.
For AOL, see http://postmaster.aol.com
Register with AOL as a bulk sender and sign up for their feedback loop
messages. That helps alot with AOL.
And if I am reading the headers on your message to the list correctly,
you need to get your ISP to change the reverse lookup on the IP address
you are using to send email from to bainbridge.net
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
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