[Mailman-Users] Exclude DSN From Bounce Processing
tgerman at mproducegroup.com
Tue Jul 14 03:57:35 CEST 2009
Thanks for the reply! No, I am not using mm-handler. I like the idea
of pointing the alias to a wrapper. I am going to give that a try.
Regarding the wisdom of doing this, I understand the concern. This
will be used for a private announce-only list with a captive
audience. All members of the list are on the same domain and have low
mailbox quota's. Because of the low quota's, members are often
unsubscribed due to mailbox full bounces. I like the wrapper option
because I can leave normal bounce processing in tact for all other
mailing lists. Thanks again!
On Jul 13, 2009, at 10:07 AM, Grant Taylor wrote:
> On 07/08/09 14:20, Tim German wrote:
>> Is it possible to exclude a certain DSN status code from bounce
>> processing? I would like for all 5.2.2 (mailbox full) bounces to
>> be ignored. I do not want them counted as soft or hard bounces. I
>> just want them ignored with no change to the members bounce score.
>> I am currently running v2.1.9.
> I don't know how you are interfacing with Mailman, but if you are
> using mm-handler, you can tweak it to watch for and not pass said
> bounces in to Mailman.
> Similarly (if you are not using mm-handler) you could point your
> aliases in to a small wrapper that does the same thing.
> I do question the wisdom of doing this as you will not know if a
> mailbox is over quota.
> Grant. . . .
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