Author: Jeremy Harris Date: To: exim-users Subject: Re: [exim] "exim -bpc", but only for messages not waiting for retry
On 11/12/2018 10:44, Charlie Elgholm via Exim-users wrote: >> What's wrong with the usual queue-runner auto-ramp?
> We have Exim both for normal emails and bulk emails for one of our clients
> employees (internal information).
> For normal emails, and hence normal queue handling, the normal "auto-ramp"
> works fine (we have ours at "30s", if that's what you mean).
> Port 25 uses the normal queue-mechanism, where we try to delivery up to 5
> emails directly, if the load average permits, and queue the rest.
> But for the bulk-sending, we generate a couple of thousand (individual)
> emails in batches, queue them all, and then would like to process the queue
> as quickly as possible.
> We use another port, which only listens internally, for the "queue only"
> (bulk) process.
Sounds like a perfect case for running separate queues, assuming 4.88
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