[Mailman-Users] HELPPPPPPPP !!!
khillo100 at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 13 14:46:14 CEST 2007
well, thanks for your reply guys.. however it's been like reading chinese..
I didn't understand a thing except that this could be godaddy's SMTP relay
thingy .. so I sent them a support request and asked them to fix it or else
ah by the way, the daily limit is it 100,000 not 1,000 for I requested the
daily limit to be increased and sent them info on my list and they agreed..
thanks again guys .. I'll let u know what godaddy will have to say about
Ivan Van Laningham wrote:
> Hi All--
> It doesn't have much to do with GoDaddy, unless the OP typoed 1,000 when
> he wrote 100,000 ;-) Assuming the limit is indeed 100,000, then this is
> a qmail problem.
> Qmail needs to be tuned. I don't remember the exact figures I used, but
> the default settings are teeny and need to be raised. Google qmail
> limits and you should find what to change.
> Log locations on a dedicated server aren't in standard places. Here's a
> few (sorry for the wrap):
> /usr/local/psa/var/log/maillog (Qmail log)
> /var/qmail/bin/qmail-qstat (View the amount of messages currently in
> your outbound queue)
> /var/qmail/bin/qmail-qread (List out all messages in your outbound queue)
> find /var/qmail/queue -name XXXX | xargs cat | less (Read the entire
> contents of an email, including headers, where XXXX is the ~8 digit ID
> specified on the /var/qmail/bin/qmail-qread command)
> Between the logs and tuning qmail, the OP should get massively better
> throughput with few delays (and the ones that are left are due entirely
> to GoDaddy, not qmail).
> I've never used cpanel, but Plesk isn't bad for what it does. It's just
> figuring out what it does that's the hard part.
> Michael Kabot wrote:
>> Also being a GoDaddy Dedicated Server customer, I would say it may have
>> NOTHING to do with Mailman...
>> You don't really have your own SMTP server at GoDaddy - you go through
>> SMTP relay. I have found that on some days email goes out instantly, on
>> others it gets delayed for hours. Also, if you are a new GoDaddy
>> you probably have a "watch" filter set on your account to verify you are
>> spamming - this may slow things down too.
>> I would check your logs and see when emails are sent to the SMTP relay,
>> will tell you how Mailman is doing. Delivery time is not an accurate
>> reflection of what Mailman is/isn't doing.
>> What server admin application are you using: Cpanel or Plesk? You also
>> want to check your mail queue to see if anything is stuck there.
>> | -----Original Message-----
>> | From: mailman-users-bounces+mkabot=soarol.com at python.org
>> | [mailto:mailman-users-bounces+mkabot=soarol.com at python.org] On Behalf
>> | Of Jeff Shepherd
>> | Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 10:02 PM
>> | To: balligho
>> | Cc: mailman-users at python.org
>> | Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] HELPPPPPPPP !!!
>> | You may want to check how the mailing list was setup. If it was
>> | setup to use digests, then depending on the digest that was setup, it
>> | may be an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly digest. Meaning that X
>> | number of users are delivered the message at the intervals that I
>> | mentioned.
>> | You can check this under the "Digest Options" in the Admin panel of
>> | the list.
>> | Page 11 of the Admin Manual explains the Digest option in greater
>> | detail that, more than likely, explains it better than I just did.
>> | -Jeff
>> | On Jul 12, 2007, at 6:29 PM, balligho wrote:
>> | >
>> | > hello all..
>> | >
>> | > after warmn wlecomes I would like to say : PLEASE HELPPPPPPPPP !
>> | >
>> | > I have purchased a dedicated server from godaddy.com, celeron 2000
>> | > 1 GB Ram
>> | > bla bla bla .. I bought this server to host my mailing list on
>> | > which has
>> | > over 45,000 subscribers which should be no problem because I'm
>> | > allowed to
>> | > send 100,000 messages per day .. only me post a small daily
>> | > newsletter to
>> | > the members..
>> | >
>> | > well they kinda automatically install the mailman mailing list
>> | > manager using
>> | > the server's control panel, after installing, configuration,
>> | uploading
>> | > members, all is well.. then I post to the list .. I have added like
>> | > 5 or 6
>> | > test email accounts @yahoo and @gmail and @hotmail n others to test
>> | if
>> | > mailman will deliver to these addresses or not ..
>> | >
>> | > now I'm completely blind.. the damn thing has noooooooo kind of
>> | status
>> | > report, delivery queue... etc nothing !!! I have checked all the test
>> | > account and didn't find my message except in 1 of them .. yet I keep
>> | > recieving some messages to my administrator email that mailman caught
>> | > bounces it couldn't resolve so I figured out it's still sending ..
>> | >
>> | > my question is: DOES MAILMAN TAKE OVER A DAY TO SEND TO 45,000
>> | > PEOPLE ON A
>> | > SERVER WITH ULTRA HIGH SPEED INTERNET CONNECTION?? I used to send
>> | > the daily
>> | > newsletter using a small script I did in microsoft outlook to
>> | > automatically
>> | > compose messages and send them n it didn't take over 5 hours each
>> | > day on my
>> | > stupid computer with bad internet connection .. and how the heck I
>> | > can track
>> | > what mailman's doing?? or if it delivered to all subscribers or not??
>> | >
>> | > please help ...
>> | >
>> | > Thanks..
>> | >
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