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Domain xxxxxx.org has exceeded the max emails per hour (100) allowed

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  1. paszczak000

    paszczak000 Member

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    I have big problem with LFD. Why lfd is blocking email?

    But i get e-mail return:
    Why this is blocking? I want to send as much as I can and get only information about mass mailing.
     
  2. paszczak000

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    Server Configuration -> Tweak Settings -> The maximum each domain can send out per hour (0 is unlimited)
    Set this to 0?
    And how this option is conected with LFD options:

    Code:
    RT_RELAY_ALERT  =  Default: 1
    RT_RELAY_LIMIT = Default: 100
    RT_RELAY_BLOCK = Default: 0
    # This option triggers for email authenticated by SMTP AUTH
    RT_AUTHRELAY_ALERT = Default: 1
    RT_AUTHRELAY_LIMIT = Default: 100
    RT_AUTHRELAY_BLOCK = Default: 0
    # This option triggers for email authenticated by POP before SMTP
    RT_POPRELAY_ALERT = Default: 1
    RT_POPRELAY_LIMIT = Default: 100
    RT_POPRELAY_BLOCK = Default: 0
    # This option triggers for email sent via /usr/sbin/sendmail or /usr/sbin/exim
    RT_LOCALRELAY_ALERT = Default: 1
    RT_LOCALRELAY_LIMIT = Default: 100
    # This option triggers for email sent via a local IP addresses
    RT_LOCALHOSTRELAY_ALERT = Default: 1
    RT_LOCALHOSTRELAY_LIMIT = Default: 100
     
  3. Arvand

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    max emails per hour - how is it calculated

    Hello,

    Across almost all of our servers, we've ran into an issue where suddenly, emails are bounced back when the customer hasn't completely reached the maximum emails per hour limit. Below is an example of that. Throughout the day (from 1 PM to 5 PM or so), ~1000 emails are sent out per hour. 2000 is the limit on the server. However, even though this goes through fine for most of the hours, during 3 PM, at 3:37 PM, it starts giving back the 2000 emails per hour error (as described below) until 4:00 PM. Is there a file that governs over this? If so, which file is it?

    this used to be working fine until the latest cPanel update to 11.25 in December so I'm wondering if its related to any changes made then.

    root@pasta [~]# cat /var/log/exim_mainlog | grep ####.net | grep "2010-01-27 14" | grep "<=" | wc -l
    907
    root@pasta [~]# cat /var/log/exim_mainlog | grep ####.net | grep "2010-01-27 15" | grep "<=" | wc -l
    908
    root@pasta [~]# cat /var/log/exim_mainlog | grep ####.net | grep "2010-01-27 16" | grep "<=" | wc -l
    903

    =======================
    root@pasta [~]# cat /var/log/exim_mainlog | grep "2010-01-27" | grep "####.net" | grep "(2000)" | more
    2010-01-27 15:37:12 1NaHDq-00021h-50 ** xx@xxx.net R=checkspam2: Domain
    ####.net has exceeded the max emails per hour (2000) allowed. Message discarde
    d.
    2010-01-27 15:37:12 1NaHDq-00021m-DS ** xx@xxx.net R=checkspam2: Domain
    ####.net has exceeded the max emails per hour (2000) allowed. Message discarded
    .
    2010-01-27 15:37:14 1NaGuw-0004Kl-Tg ** xx@xxx.net R=checkspam2: Dom
    ain ####net has exceeded the max emails per hour (2000) allowed. Message disca
    rded.

    .....

    2010-01-27 15:59:53 1NaHnc-0007BO-UN ** xx@xxx.net R=checkspam2: Domain ####.net has exceeded the max emails per hour (2000) allowed. Message discarded.
    2010-01-27 15:59:53 1NaHnd-0007BQ-2j ** xx@xxx.net R=checkspam2: Domain ####.net has exceeded the max emails per hour (2000) allowed. Message discarded.
    2010-01-27 15:59:54 1NaHne-0007EE-If ** xx@xxx.netR=checkspam2: Domain ####.net has exceeded the max emails per hour (2000) allowed. Message discarded.
     

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