bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 13:46:56 CDT 2008
Don Wright wrote:
> Seems to be a pretty good delay involving the SATLUG server.
I really don't know why this is happening. The server load is negligible and
nothing has been changed on the server's mail configuration since July 2007.
Sending at 1346 CDT.
> If I'm reading this
> correctly, according to the headers your outbound mail server (qmail) processed it
> Wednesday at 22:41:09, SATLUG inbound mail stamped it Thursday at 2:40:18 (almost exactly
> 4 hours later - time zone problem on the qmail machine?) and then mailman put it in
> SATLUG's outbound queue to me at 4:47:02, and my ISP got it at 4:48:14 (correcting for
> time zone).
> If all the clocks are correct, your message spent slightly over 6 hours between posting it
> to satlug at satlug.org and actually being delivered to my email account, of which at least 2
> hours were spent within alamo.satlug.org, our club server.
> I'm CCing you directly as well so you can see how long it takes to get to you both direct
> and through the list. --Don
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