> under very carefully controlled lab experiments, that might be true.
Hey, Brad, is it true that you store your mail queues on RAM disks?
Why does AOL need 53 machines, and all the resulting DNS trouble, to
receive only a few million mail messages per day?
One site after another has outgrown sendmail's capacity---and switched
to qmail, which in every case was able to handle much higher loads.
For example, there's redhat.com, which overloaded sendmail on a 48MB
Pentium. Now qmail is handling the load on a 16MB 486/66.
Why do you run away whenever I challenge you to a speed test, Brad?
Put an end to unauthorized mail relaying. http://pobox.com/~djb/qmail.html