[Mailman-Developers] LTMP for incoming mail

John A. Martin jam at jamux.com
Thu Sep 28 19:29:45 CEST 2006

>>>>> "Brad" == Brad Knowles
>>>>> "Re: [Mailman-Developers] LTMP for incoming mail"
>>>>>  Thu, 28 Sep 2006 11:06:29 -0500

    Brad> Maildir was not designed as an efficient queue-on-disk
    Brad> strategy. 

Is in not possible to do Postfix virtual mailbox domains _without_
maildir style delivery?  (Considering Postfix virtual mailbox domains
is what lead to this, no?)  Doesn't the example given in the Postfix
VIRTUAL_README show delivery to a mailbox on line 11 and delivery to a
maildir on line 12?  Why not consider Postfix virtual mailbox domains
and their workalikes with other MTAs separately and independently from
the choices of delivery format and local delivery agents some of which
may also be chosen independently?

Independently of the above and at least for Postfix, would it be
worthwhile looking at the Postfix policy daemon plug-in as a way to
query Mailman information during the rfc821 conversation and rejecting
a lot of messages before DATA?  Even more interesting, because of
perhaps being portable, might be the milter facility that appeared in
Postfix 2.3.  I have not yet even looked at the later so it may AFIK
be very wide of the mark.


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