On 26 Apr 2005, at 11:10, Conor Wynne wrote:
> On a side note, its a bit crap that when one posts, it takes hours and
> hours to arrive (if it arrives at all), so I ended up finding the
> Since ILUG has always been incredibly usefull due to the speed of
> to particular problems, I see this as a big setback.
>> I assume its an anti-spammer thing.
Since Colm is quite possibly on an elephant's back as I type, I'll
answer this. What's probably hitting you is our implementation of
greylisting on dagda. This should delay the first email you send from a
particular server and a particular address by a period which depends on
your local server (not dagda). However, in the interests of keeping the
database size down, old entries get purged after a period of time (30
days by default IIRC) so if you only post very 31 days, or if you
alternate mail servers, you will see those greylist induced delays.
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