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    nicola.daolio is offline New Member
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    Default Daily Mail Report Issue Help Please!

    Hello everybody, first of all I just wanna say that Zimbra is aweseome I got an Ubuntu Srv 8.04 Box with Zimbra 6.0.2 and I've got a problem wich is driving me crazy. I cannot understand why I got so many delivered messages! Here's my daily mail report

    Grand Totals
    ------------
    messages

    1159 received
    21123 delivered
    0 forwarded
    343 deferred (22448 deferrals)
    9163 bounced
    211 rejected (0%)
    0 reject warnings
    0 held
    0 discarded (0%)

    58508k bytes received
    90290k bytes delivered
    152 senders
    125 sending hosts/domains
    17622 recipients
    3474 recipient hosts/domains


    Per-Hour Traffic Summary
    time received delivered deferred bounced rejected
    --------------------------------------------------------------------
    0000-0100 7 7 0 0 0
    0100-0200 7 7 0 0 0
    0200-0300 6 6 0 0 2
    0300-0400 9 17 0 0 7
    0400-0500 6 6 0 0 2
    0500-0600 9 10 0 0 2
    0600-0700 8 8 0 0 5
    0700-0800 7 7 0 0 2
    0800-0900 18 18 0 0 5
    0900-1000 39 39 1 0 1
    1000-1100 54 53 3 0 2
    1100-1200 45 50 7 3 6
    1200-1300 29 29 3 0 28
    1300-1400 32 28 3 1 21
    1400-1500 26 25 5 2 6
    1500-1600 27 29 5 1 2
    1600-1700 28 31 2 0 0
    1700-1800 24 25 4 0 8
    1800-1900 15 15 1 1 19
    1900-2000 6 6 2 0 14
    2000-2100 4 4 2 0 4
    2100-2200 127 3152 583 2008 6
    2200-2300 367 10257 15697 3029 7
    2300-2400 259 7294 6130 4118 62


    As you can see, from 21 to 24 I'm getting more but i dont' get why I get so many delivered messages.. is that because of bouncing? I'm sure it's not a client cuz at that time nobody's connected. Sorry I'm quite a noob in reading these logs but I got listed in a bunch of rbl and I can't find out a solution.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    That number includes spam that's sent to your server, have you implemented this feature (if you haven't I'd suggest you do): Improving Anti-spam system - Zimbra :: Wiki
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    That number includes spam that's sent to your server, have you implemented this feature (if you haven't I'd suggest you do): Improving Anti-spam system - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Thanks a lot for your quick and kind answer I'll try asap this conf, I actually have already configured zimbra for rejecting for example wrongaddress@correctdomain.com. So just to get a confirmation I have all of these messages sent:

    Host/Domain Summary: Message Delivery (top 50)
    sent cnt bytes defers avg dly max dly host/domain
    -------- ------- ------- ------- ------- -----------
    3927 5401k 1805 10.2 s 1.3 h aol.com
    3275 4539k 12064 57.8 s 1.3 h yahoo.com
    1696 2619k 0 4.0 s 22.0 s hotmail.com
    800 1098k 0 5.2 s 6.5 s uga.edu
    599 919k 0 4.1 s 23.0 s msn.com
    541 841k 0 3.6 s 21.0 s gmail.com
    396 603k 5 9.3 s 8.8 m verizon.net
    394 26137k 0 5.9 s 4.3 m dentinrg.com
    370 519482 0 5.5 s 8.8 s comcast.net
    282 395928 0 5.5 s 9.4 s sbcglobal.net
    217 304720 848 5.6 s 1.3 h bellsouth.net
    187 262548 667 5.9 s 1.3 h cox.net
    174 261156 0 5.0 s 16.0 s earthlink.net
    132 185592 579 6.2 s 1.5 h cis.net
    126 176926 0 7.2 s 9.4 s att.net
    118 165718 17 8.0 s 13.0 s compuserve.com
    117 164272 0 5.7 s 8.7 s charter.net
    116 164187 21 25.3 s 1.3 h netscape.net
    90 133619 0 13.2 s 37.0 s bigfoot.com
    88 123552 0 5.6 s 8.5 s juno.com
    69 97776 0 6.5 s 7.7 s mailcity.com
    67 94202 286 6.6 s 1.3 h dell.com
    65 91260 86 7.9 s 13.8 m cris.com
    62 97716 59 8.7 m 55.6 m yahoo.co.uk
    57 80028 233 5.3 s 1.4 h mysmtpmail.com
    55 77220 217 5.6 s 1.3 h dotstandards.com
    53 83959 0 3.9 s 7.9 s optonline.net
    50 79725 0 5.7 s 15.0 s 236.net
    50 70300 250 6.0 s 1.4 h kakinhelp.com
    48 67392 0 8.5 s 8.7 s bet.com
    46 65358 21 6.0 s 1.3 h cs.com
    43 60372 176 5.6 s 1.3 h maildomination.com
    42 66969 0 3.3 s 6.7 s hotmail.co.uk
    42 65064 0 4.1 s 8.8 s hughes.net
    40 63018 0 3.8 s 8.8 s tds.net
    40 62260 0 4.3 s 7.5 s mac.com
    40 58125 0 6.1 s 8.5 s lycos.com
    39 59755 0 4.6 s 7.6 s mindspring.com
    39 54766 140 5.7 s 1.3 h adelphia.net
    33 46332 0 6.0 s 8.5 s netzero.net
    32 51024 0 3.9 s 6.6 s tmail.com
    30 44789 1 5.3 s 30.0 s netscape.com
    29 40774 122 6.9 s 1.3 h angelfire.com
    27 42099 0 4.3 s 8.3 s telus.net
    27 37914 53 7.8 s 1.3 h best.com
    26 39171 57 8.4 m 1.3 h yahoo.ca
    26 36554 0 7.6 s 7.7 s lmco.com
    26 36516 0 5.8 s 8.7 s excite.com
    26 36504 0 5.7 s 8.3 s embarqmail.com
    24 38272 6 3.1 m 36.2 m btinternet.com

    because my server answers to the false sender?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicola.daolio View Post
    because my server answers to the false sender?
    If you already have the reject_unlisted_recipients set then you won't be accepting any mail for the 'unknown' recipients. You'll find that those numbers are the mail that gets sent to your server and not mail that's relayed - they get counted even if they are rejected or discarded.
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    the fact is that my deferred queue gets full of messages for lot of random recipients. I wanna know how to stop this cuz it's like I'm bouncing all the requests instead of just REJECTING them. I still have to apply your suggested configuration but, though that I have already implemented reject_unlisted_recipients, would that stop this deferral queue? I just want to be sure that i'm not spamming all over.

    Thanks a lot for your help! I REALLY appreciate it!

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    Default Some further information

    I'm posting zimbra.lo with details about the "ghosts" mails that are sent when nobody's connected.

    Code:
    Jan 28 06:33:11 argentina postfix/qmgr[18341]: 7F90B88FC7: from=<messages@wachovia.net>, size=1785, nrcpt=50 (queue active)
    Jan 28 06:33:11 argentina postfix/qmgr[18341]: C39CB8906B: from=<messages@wachovia.net>, size=1785, nrcpt=50 (queue active)
    Jan 28 06:33:11 argentina postfix/qmgr[18341]: C616489007: from=<messages@wachovia.net>, size=1785, nrcpt=50 (queue active)
    Jan 28 06:33:11 argentina postfix/error[28044]: 7F90B88FC7: to=<sempekfamily@cox.net>, relay=none, delay=30055, delays=30055/0.07/0/0.02, dsn=4.0.0, status=deferred
    (delivery temporarily suspended: host mx.west.cox.net[68.6.19.3] refused to talk to me: 554 fed1rmimpi05.cox.net IMP THIS IS THE SERVER'S IP blocked.  Error Code: IPBL100 - Re
    fer to Error Codes section at http://postmaster.cox.net for more information.)

    We are sending with this account messages@wachovia.net to various msn and hotmail accounts...

    could this be some deferred messagge that postfix automatically try to resend? every queue is clean looking at the admin interface. I deleted all the queue messages sometime. Help me out please this is really strange...

    Thanks a lot.

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