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From: Ryan Moore
Date: 2004-09-28 11:24:20 -0400
Subject: Re: Why SKIPPING CALLBACK?

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Oleg Golovanov wrote:
> I got e-mail from sender which e-mail on primary MX server is UNKNOWN.
> I think that milter-sender skip callback in that case simply.
> Why milter-sender 0.62 skip callback in that case?
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> # grep i8S8pt9F005519 data
> Sep 28 16:52:14 post milter-sender[39673]: 28743 i8S8pt9F005519: looks like a
> local recipient, skipping call-ahead
> Sep 28 16:52:16 post milter-sender[39673]: 28743 i8S8pt9F005519: looks like a
> local recipient, skipping call-ahead
> Sep 28 16:52:17 post milter-sender[39673]: 28743 i8S8pt9F005519: looks like a
> local recipient, skipping call-ahead
> Sep 28 16:52:25 post milter-sender[39673]: 28743 i8S8pt9F005519: looks like a
> local recipient, skipping call-ahead
> Sep 28 16:52:27 post milter-sender[39673]: 28743 i8S8pt9F005519: looks like a
> local recipient, skipping call-ahead
> Sep 28 16:52:28 post milter-sender[39673]: 28743 i8S8pt9F005519: looks like a
> local recipient, skipping call-ahead

Looks like it is skipping the call-ahead, not the call-back, they are 
totally different animals.

Ryan Moore
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