On Tue, 14 Jul 1998, Dave Sill wrote:
> qmail, on the other hand, independently retries each message, and
> sends only one message per connection, which is *much* kinder to an
> overloaded system.
Hardly. Delivering 1000 messages in qmail requires 1000 separate full
SMTP connect/xmit/disconnect chats. Sendmail only requires one
heavyweight setup/teardown. It's much kinder to a system.
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