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<nubsaucer> hey all
<nubsaucer> anyone know how to disable mailer-daemon error messages?
<sub> Do you know what that error is?
<nubsaucer> well we had a real problem with our mail server not being able to connect to our exchange server
<sub> Then fix the problem
<nubsaucer> but we didnt want customers to know that lol, so we want to disable mailer-daemon from replying
<nubsaucer> problem is fixed



<nubsaucer> but for future issues would make more sense to stop sending out those replies
<sub> you want to remove past bounces?
<nubsaucer> no I want mailer-daemon to STOP sending the problem to anyone who mails
<sub> How long was the problem?
<nubsaucer> few hours
<sub> few as in?
<nubsaucer> can I disable the mailer-daemon or not?
<sub> see question
<nubsaucer> yeah I do
<nubsaucer> but what does that have to do with my question?
<sub> increase the DSN timeouts
<nubsaucer> I want this to not be sent out:
<nubsaucer> Subject: Warning: could not send message for past 4 hours
<nubsaucer> **********************************************
<nubsaucer> ** THIS IS A WARNING MESSAGE ONLY **
<nubsaucer> ** YOU DO NOT NEED TO RESEND YOUR MESSAGE **
<nubsaucer> **********************************************
<sub> see the "solution" I suggested
<nubsaucer> we knew there was a problem, it was being fixed, the rest of the world didnt need to know lol
<sub> That answers your original question
<nubsaucer> so there is no way to completely disable Subject: Warning: could not send message for past 4 hours
<nubsaucer> **********************************************
<nubsaucer> ** THIS IS A WARNING MESSAGE ONLY **
<nubsaucer> ** YOU DO NOT NEED TO RESEND YOUR MESSAGE **
<nubsaucer> **********************************************
<nubsaucer> sorry lol



<sub> There is, see my answer
<nubsaucer> you suggested to increase timeouts
<nubsaucer> that does not disable, that slows it down
<sub> It disables it
<nubsaucer> inscresing the time disables? I dont understand
<sub> when a timeout is large enough, it is like disabling a feature
<nubsaucer> DSN or DNS timeouts?
<nubsaucer> sorry new to sendmail
<sub> DSN
<nubsaucer> trying to find now
<nubsaucer> where is the conf hiding? lol
<sub> sendmail.cf
<nubsaucer> searching for DSN give me nothing
<nubsaucer> its commented out
<nubsaucer> # Return-Receipt-To: header implies DSN request
<nubsaucer> #O RrtImpliesDsn=False
<sub> Which means it uses the default setting
<eraze> hi sub
<sub> Hi eraze
<sub> How's it going?
<eraze> how are you?
<eraze> im fine
<sub> I'm fine, eraze, still starting the day
<eraze> planing my move.. =)
<sub> I thought that you already moved
<eraze> no not yet.. moving to stockholm
<nubsaucer> so sub it wasnt the option I showed you commented out right? I need to make my own line for DSN increase
<sub> See Timeout.queuewarn
<nubsaucer> ok thanks


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