* XXX Do not simply ignore garbage in the server reply when ESMTP
* command pipelining is turned on. For example, after sending
* ".<CR><LF>QUIT<CR><LF>" and receiving garbage followed by a
* legitimate 2XX reply, Postfix recognizes the server's QUIT reply
* as the END-OF-DATA reply after garbage, causing mail to be lost.
* Without the ability to store per-domain status information in queue
* files, automatic workarounds are problematic. Automatically
* deferring the delivery creates "no delivery" or "repeated
* delivery" problems, and automatically turning off pipelining for
* "old" mail affects deliveries to sites with correct pipelining
* So we leave the decision with the administrator, but we don't force
* them to take action, like we would with automatic deferral. If
* loss of mail is not acceptable then they can turn off pipelining
* for specific sites, or they can turn off pipelining globally when
* they find that there are just too many broken sites.