What is the difference between Requestprocessor.DefaultCommandTimeout and Requestprocessor.DotCommandtimeout
Last Updated February 10, 2010
In the advanced settings of SMTP Prevent, there are two seamingly similar settings
Requestprocessor.DefaultCommandTimeout and Requestprocessor.DotCommandtimeout
What's the difference?
RequestProcessor.DefaultCommandTimout The amount of time in seconds that prevent will wait for a response from the downstream MTA for all SMTP commands except for the "Dot" command (end of a DATA block).
RequestProcessor.DotCommandTimeout The amount of time in seconds that prevent will wait for a response from the downstream MTA for the SMTP "Dot" command (end of DATA block).
Imported Document ID: TECH219067
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