"Transcript of session follows" for camomile.cloud9.net

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Frank Gruellich

my postmaster (which is by some happy coincidence identical to my
person) received some interesting message this morning (interesting only
because he (I) never saw it before:

 ,--[ mail ]---
 | Subject: [MIB-Admin] Postfix SMTP server: errors from camomile.cloud9.net[]
 | Transcript of session follows.
 |  Out: 220 bane.moelleritberatung.de ESMTP (Linux)
 |  In:  EHLO camomile.cloud9.net
 |  Out: 250-bane.moelleritberatung.de
 |  Out: 250-PIPELINING
 |  Out: 250-SIZE 50000000
 |  Out: 250-VRFY
 |  Out: 250-ETRN
 |  Out: 250-STARTTLS
 |  Out: 250-8BITMIME
 |  Out: 250 DSN
 |  In:  MAIL FROM:<[hidden email]> SIZE=6701
 |  Out: 250 2.1.0 Ok
 |  In:  RCPT TO:<[hidden email]> ORCPT=rfc822;postfix-users-outgoing
 |  Out: 250 2.1.5 Ok
 |  In:  DATA
 |  Out: 354 End data with <CR><LF>.<CR><LF>
 |  Out: 451 4.3.0 Error: queue file write error
 |  In:  QUIT
 |  Out: 221 2.0.0 Bye

Is this mail generated by postfix?  It seems camomile tried to deliver a
mail from this list.  Out: should be my part, In: camomile's.  First I
thought it would be a problem on my side, but if I follow the
transaction in my logfile

 ,--[ mail.log ]---
 | May 20 22:40:32 bane postfix/smtpd[2299]: connect from camomile.cloud9.net[]
 | May 20 22:41:33 bane postfix/smtpd[2299]: 2B4165BB73: client=camomile.cloud9.net[]
 | May 20 23:41:32 bane postfix/cleanup[2477]: warning: 2B4165BB73: read timeout on cleanup socket
 | May 21 01:06:45 bane postfix/smtpd[2299]: disconnect from camomile.cloud9.net[]

I'm not sure.  There is nothing for smtpd[2299] between this period.  Is
my interpretation correct, that camomile needed >2.5h to start delivery
and that the "queue file write error" is postfix version of "I could not
talk to the cleanup process anymore" because it timed out?  In short: do
I have a problem?

Thanks in advance and kind regards,
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