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>>>>> "SA" == Scott Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
SA> Here is what we are running:
SA> Red Hat Linux v4.1
SA> Sendmail v8.7.6
SA> Majordomo v1.94.3
SA> This is all running on a p120 w 96mb ram.
Aside from sendmail being out of date it looks okay to me. In fact it
looks like a lot more than necessary for a mail server (ours is a p90 w/
32Mb RAM and it works just fine).
You neglect to mention exactly where your slowdowns occour. If it is in
delivery times then the T1 will help. You may also want to reduce your
queue run intervals which probably default to something like once per
hour. Try dropping to 15 minute intervals.
If the load average on the machine is high (not likely with your setup but
I bring it up for completeness) then you will want to adjust the load
level at which sendmail enters queuing only mode (this is normally off by
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