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From: Ralf Hildebrandt (news-list.postfix.usersinnominate.de)
Date: Mon Apr 02 2001 - 02:07:52 CDT
On 1 Apr 2001 19:49:35 +0200, Spiros <gaspforthlink.gr> wrote:
>i'm thinking about using postfix (it's a gem - already installed on our
>firewall as an smtp gateway), one of the wu or cyrus imap servers and
WU IMAP? Are you insane? Rather go for Courier or Cyrus.
Problem with WU: It nees to load THE WHOLE MAILBOX (!) into memory before
serving ANY message of the user. That mean, that with luser mailboxes of 40
MB or more, you'll end up in deep shit if multiple lusers try to access
their huge mailboxes.
>In a testing environment everything seems working fine but there is one
>and only problem: the security policy requires all email messages to be
>stored in a central point (the email server). This is ok for the
>incoming messages with the imap but not for the outgoing ones which are
>stored only at the "sent" folder of the client's computer MUA.
always_bcc = some_local_account
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