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configure journalled mail with sending address

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi. I am having problems sending mail through my third party mail filter compnay (webroot) they are telling me that the mail is getting 'rate limited'

It just keeps backing up on the Exchange 2010 server.

They have advised that we configure the journalled mail to go out with  a sending address rather than null sender.

Can someone tell me how to do this?

They have also told me to limit connections per second to the journal connector. Again how would I do this?

many thanks
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can you be more specific, what do you mean by journalled mail? Why are you sending this out of your organisation?
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now fixed. thanks.
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What was it?
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Its really irritating when people post, "now fixed. thanks" without posting the fix.  Great job Nibby!!
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