[Mailman-Users] Issue with ISP limiting email

Brian Carpenter brian at emwd.com
Mon Feb 13 19:38:50 CET 2012

On 2/13/2012 10:16 AM, scott ewing wrote:
> My ISP limits email sent from our server to 250 / hr. We have 258 subscribers to
> our list.
> They have recently upgraded the limit to 300 / hr. This means we can send out 1
> email / hr
> Does mailman offer any functionality to help with this problem? For example, we
> could approve the messages as they come in and mailman could send them out as
> allowed?
> As of now, we have to "remember" when the last email was approved for
> distribution. Kinda cumbersome all around.
> Sincerely,
> Scott Ewing
> see at prodigy.net
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Hi Scott:

Mailman does not offer such a feature. My suggestion is to look for an 
ISP such as ours that does not impose any sending limits on its mailman 

You can get more information about our mailman hosting at 

Brian Carpenter
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