Disable bounce email on qmail

From savingneo.com

Hello All,
If you re having problems with bounce on qmail, if you re desperate about qmail getting crazy with thousands of email, then, let me tell you, that your quest ends here! The tools that will be used in this “kind of tutorial” are included right here :

qmHandle: a tool to handle and analyse your mail queue
qmhandle-1.3.2.tar.gz [15.06 KiB]

qmail-remove: a tool to clean your queue

Basic things you should know
[*]Where are the mail stored ?
Usually, for a mail like hello@mydomain.com you ll find the emails in /var/qmail/mailnames/mydomain.com/hello/Maildir/new or /cur. You can view their content with nano or vi or any text editor, and read them from your linux console, given they do not contains too much html gibberish.

[*]Where is the queue stored ?
The queue, is the as it sounds to be, “all the mails that have not been yet delivered” (delivered to a local user or to a remote user(not hosted on your mail server))

Delivering the queue to the local users is not a big process, but delivering it to remote destination, well, might give a hard time to qMail sometimes ! (as for any other mail system of course)
So, the queue is physically stored in folders within /var/qmail/queue/ Let’s not bother with the details of all folders in that path, for the moment, we dont care.


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10 Tips for Decreasing Web Page Load Times

From sixrevisions.com


10 Tips for Decreasing Web Page Load Times

Patience is a virtue, but for many, it is often a difficult concept to practice. That is especially true for web users visiting a website that takes a long time to load. Users are enamored with speedy websites, and when a site responds slowly, visitors lose their patience and are less likely to come back.

Improving the speed of your website is important not only to users, but to search engine rankings as well. Last April, Google announced that they are now including website speed in their search ranking algorithms.


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