[Mailman-Users] Rewriting or identifying late bounces

Stefan Förster cite+mailman-users at incertum.net
Thu Jul 9 01:12:42 CEST 2009

* Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org> wrote:
> on 7/8/09 11:56 AM, Stefan Förster said:
>> Bummer. There is no way to implement that, our mailing list server is
>> already suffering from too much traffic, it's quite old hardware,
>> after all.
> Take a look at the stuff on "performance tuning" in the FAQ.  Even  
> really old hardware can perform amazingly well, if it's tuned correctly.  
>  I guarantee that you would be astonished at what I can achieve with an  
> ancient Compaq Pentium-133 laptop with 64MB of RAM and a 10GB hard drive  
> (upgraded from 1GB).
> If you've already done as much performance tuning as you can do, then  
> obviously you're not going to squeeze any more blood out of that turnip.  
>  But I would suggest that you familiarize yourself with these sections  
> to make sure that you're actually doing as much as you can.

Thanks for your advice, Brad. The problem is that, due to policy
reasons, outgoing mail has to pass a content filter, running locally
on the Mailman box. With VERP...

I guess I will simply move the list server to another computer (and a
different network).


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