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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Valuehosted, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. Valuehosted

    Valuehosted Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys,

    I was wondering what this means:

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    Deliveries by transport
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    Volume Messages
    **bypassed** 168KB 27
    local_delivery 4795KB 71
    remote_smtp 1704KB 62
    virtual_sa_userdelivery 9531KB 631
    virtual_userdelivery 7004KB 730

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    specifically **bypasses** and the virtual user deliveries?

    --Tone
     
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    cyberspirit BANNED

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    Just compare the values to your exim.conf file. You will find the same expressions there and depending on your setup it will show you exactly what these exim routers are meant to do in your setup.
     
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    Valuehosted Well-Known Member

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    so ... depending how my settings in exim.conf these expressions could mean many different things?

    Still lost - could you please be more specific?

    --Tone
     
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    cyberspirit BANNED

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    Tone,
    Here are some examples of what parts of the exim.conf look like and what the different routers mean:

    the router remote_smtp routes to remote hosts over SMTP using a DNS lookup with default options.

    the virtual_sa_user router routes mail for virtual users

    the sa_localuser router routes mail for local users


    and so on. Please go into your exim.conf file and find the expressions you are looking for. You will see right away what they mean in your specific configuration.
     
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    ok - this is what I found...

    virtual_sa_user:
    driver = accept
    headers_add="${perl{gensaheader_virtual}{$domain}}"
    condition = "${perl{checksa_deliver}{$domain}{$local_part}{$received_protocol}}"
    domains = lsearch;/etc/userdomains
    retry_use_local_part
    transport = virtual_sa_userdelivery

    sa_localuser:
    driver = accept
    check_local_user
    headers_add="${perl{gensaheader}{$local_part}}"
    condition = "${perl{checkusersa}{$local_part}{$received_protocol}}"
    domains = ! lsearch;/etc/userdomains
    transport = local_sa_delivery


    I'm sorry - but that doesn't tell me anything. Any insights you could give me I would appreciate as if you look at my initial post there was a rather large anount of user_deliveries.

    Thanks,

    --Tone
     
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    cyberspirit BANNED

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    If I am not mistaken a user is the main user account in cpanel and the virtual users are the added email accounts.
    You can also find more about the accounts in the valiases files (/etc/valiases).
     
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    Website Rob Well-Known Member

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    Ok, I'll bite, but somebody has to tell me if I pass. :D

    **bypassed** << filters setup by the individual Account owner
    local_delivery << POP3 eMail received
    remote_smtp << SMTP eMail sent
    virtual_sa_userdelivery << SpamAssassin
    virtual_userdelivery << eMail accounts created for others by Account owner (sent & received)

    not included in above:
    virtual_address_pipe << eMails sent by Autoresponder or similar type script
     
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    I have no idea if that is correct but it sure sounds right. :)

    Thanks both of you!

    --Tone
     
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