MMDF delivers mail twice or not at all
If MMDF delivers mail twice or does not deliver it at all,
the problem may be with the
Mail is delivered immediately by default.
If two people attempt to send mail at the same time,
two deliver daemons, both of which look at the same mail queue,
are started at the same time.
If this happens, mail may be delivered two or more times.
Because of a problem with the deliver program,
mail coming from a remote site may not be delivered at all.
To solve either of these problems:
Log in as mmdf.
Use the Channel Administration Manager to specify
Regular delivery mode
for the channels in use.
Note the channels whose configuration you change.
The concept of
``delivery'' in this context does not
mean that the mail is necessarily put in a mailbox file.
It usually means that the mail is transferred from the MMDF
spool directories (/usr/spool/mmdf)
to the appropriate spool directories for the channel being used.
For example, if the uucp channel is
being used, the mail ends up under /usr/spool/uucp.
Depending on how the channel is configured,
transfer of mail to the channel's spool directories may
or may not trigger immediate transfer of mail to its destination
Smtp cannot establish a remote connection
Mail-related name server resource records
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 26 May 2005