Hi, I have a problem with my config where a large message is being
downloaded again and again and again.
I have postfix installed locally and was finding problems with feeding
mail in via SMTP to do with some spam messages being bounced when I
really want them accepted and filtered locally as spam. So I am now
doing delivery via the "sendmail" commandline app.
However, I have a user with a 23Mb email in their pop box and my postfix
limit here is 20Mb, and the sendmail command appears to be rejecting the
message with a return code "69" and so the message is not flushed and 5
mins later we download this beast again...
Can anyone suggest how I can reconfigure fetchmail to work around this?
I can't see how I can reconfigure the return codes when I am using a
command line delivery
I could use the "-l" option, but this seems to leave the mail on the
server and send warnings to the recipient. This is supposed to be used
in an ISP type environment, so really I would prefer to bounce the
message back to the orig sender and hence get them to resend it in a