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configset listname bounce_max_age = [VALUE]
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Default Value : 31
Data Type     : integer
Category      : bounce
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset listname bounce_max_age = 14


The bounce_max_age setting contains the length of time in days that
information about a subscriber's delivery failures will be saved.

The bounce_max_count and bounce_max_age settings are just used for
expiring old bounce data; we don't want to keep too much of it around
and so we delete a bounce datum if it is too old or we have too many
(in which case, the oldest are tossed).

Expiration of bounce data happens daily by default.  The frequency can be
changed by adjusting the "triggers" configuration setting.  

Subscribers and domain administrators can see a summary of a
subscriber's bounce data using the show command.  List administrators
can see a complete list of addresses with bounces using the who-bounce
command.

The error message that contains a complete description of the delivery
failure is stored in a session files.  Session files can be viewed using
the sessioninfo command.  To find the session number for a particular
bounce, use the report-full command.

The bounce database is stored in the main directory of a mailing list,
and is named "_bounce.D" or "_bounce.T".


See Also:
   help admin_subscribers
   help configset_bounce_max_count
   help configset_bounce_probe_frequency
   help configset_bounce_probe_pattern
   help configset_bounce_recipients
   help configset_bounce_rules
   help configset_triggers
   help report
   help sessioninfo
   help show
   help who

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