[Mailman-Users] Limit to the Number of Subscribers for eachlist?

Dragon dragon at crimson-dragon.com
Wed Aug 29 21:44:47 CEST 2007

Brian Luria wrote:
>I am actually using bluehost as well (recently started)
>Haven't reached a limit for now - I was having major delays with messages
>being sent - found out it was b/c I was sharing a server with mulitple other
>users so we would all be in 'que' waiting for a msg to be sent.
>So, a thought I had - is it a 'crazy' idea to set up my own webserver and
>install mailman on it? Or is that a bit too much.
>Not sure if anyone out there has done that.
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Why is that crazy?

Lots of us have done just that. I run my lists on a server owned by a 
friend and have pretty much free reign to do whatever I want.

If you can justify the costs of doing so, it is a good solution. For 
people like me who do this both as a hobby and for a non-profit 
organization, the trick is finding a place to host that server that 
won't cost an arm and a leg.


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