[Mailman-Users] sending email step

Gerrit Holl gerrit at nl.linux.org
Sat Mar 4 14:46:12 CET 2000

<quote name="Ralf Hildebrandt" date="952169597" email="R.Hildebrandt at tu-bs.de">
> Am 03.03.2000 um 14:11:02 -0600 schrieb Roberto Ullfig folgendes:
> > 
> > How does mailman actually send the messages to the users on a
> > list? Does it call sendmail in parallel or serial? Is there a
> > pause between each message getting sent or does it try to use
> > all of a system's resources? We think that some large lists are
> > bringing our system down to its knees.
> You might consider switching to Postfix as MTA then (www.postfix.org). It's
> about 9x faster than sendwhale and invocation compatible. mailman works
> flawlessly with it. It also is (most likely) more secure.

or Zmailer: http://linuxperf.nl.linux.org


BTW, bothe Hotmail and Egroups run Qmail <www.qmail.org> with ezmlm (also
by djb) and so does Suse.


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