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How can I manually check for an email from the command line? How can I force postfix to receive/update emails? The email from gmail takes 8 minutes till it will be received by postfix. How can I reduce the time?

Update:

postfix is a part of iRedMail distr on the host with public IP, no NAT is used. Sometimes I get the email immediate, sometimes up to 30 min. Does the Postfix get the notification about email from another MTA (say gmail) to accept the email?

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Please provide some details about your postfix configuration. How are emails getting from gmail to it? – Paul Jul 24 '13 at 4:38
    
added some details. I don't really know what about config of postfix do you mean? its config file content? – static Jul 24 '13 at 11:36
    
You have SMTP in your tags. Does this mean your server is configured as the MX host for a domain that you are emailing from gmail? You are going to have to provide far more detail about how this is all working for anyone to be able to help. – Paul Jul 24 '13 at 13:59

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