On 22/05/18 07:41, ???????? ?????? via Exim-users wrote: >> Were the extra 20 recipients accepted by exim?
> Don't know. There is no extra 20 recipients in main.log for this queue.
> Only 100.
I'm guessing you mean the on the <= log line, 100 recipients
are listed. These are envelope recipients. > But when one of these 100 recipient views this mail he sees
> all 120 recipients in To field.
By "To field" I assume you mean the "To" header, as displayed by
some MUA. The header are different from the envelope. Exim usually
does not take account of the headers, and there is no checking that
they match the envelope.
It is possible that your mail client generated the message (including
headers) with the full set of 120 recipient names, but then only
passed 100 recipient names as the envelope-recipients with the message. >> Are you set up to log them?
> Is log_selector = +all enough or does way exist to add more logging?
If you have +all, that is equivalent for this purpose to having
+received_recipients which is what matters for this purpose. >> Was the original supplied by smtp or command-line?
> This mail is supplied by external automated mail client (1C).
That does not answer the question. Does the mail client feed
Exim using SMTP, or by calling Exim as a program? >> What is in the queue after the 100 went out?
> After last 100th mail copy that successfully queued for delivery with
> 250 2.0.0 Ok I see following lines:
> 88674:2018-05-18 15:03:32.013  cwd=/var/spool/exim 7 args:
> /usr/sbin/exim -t -oem -oi -f <> -E1fJcBA-0002Cl-Ie
> 88675:2018-05-18 15:03:32.045  1fJcEW-0002g6-0u <= <>
> R=1fJcBA-0002Cl-Ie U=exim P=local S=5517 M8S=0 T="Mail delivery failed:
> returning message to sender" from <> for email@example.com
> 88676:2018-05-18 15:03:32.056  1fJcBA-0002Cl-Ie Completed QT=3m27s
Those look like log lines. I asked what was in the queue.
The log there shows a bounce being generated. It should have
useful information. What did it say? > Address firstname.lastname@example.org is address from which external automated client
> send these mails.
>> Were they all going to the same destination host?
> Fifty-fifty. There may be 1 address - 1 domain or 10 addresses - 1 domain.
>> It's far more likely you hit the 100 default on the
>> smtp transport (max_rcpt)
> In smtp transport I already added
> mac_rcpt = 150.
OK - this might not help, unless you have a single destination with over
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