[Mailman-Users] Personalization [was: mailman post mail to listerror]

Zbigniew Szalbot zbyszek at szalbot.homedns.org
Fri Apr 20 20:45:39 CEST 2007

Dear Mark,

Thanks for correcting me!

>> There's a setting to limit the number of emails mailman passes to a 
>> mailserver in one go. I don't remember it off hand, though.
> I think you are thinking of SMTP_MAX_RCPTS which controls the maximum
> number of recipients (RCPT commands) for one SMTP transaction from
> Mailman. This has no effect for a personalized list since if the list
> is personalized, the post is sent to each member in a separate
> transaction since the message is personalized - i.e., each SMTP
> transaction has exactly one recipient.
But isn't there a setting you can use to limit how many emails are 
passed to MTA before mailman pauses a bit? I know I am not really using 
technical jargon here but I thought there was a way to control how fast 
emails are passed to an MTA.


Zbigniew Szalbot

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