>I think the concept was:
>Mail is important, but very few (if any) mailing lists are *time critical*?
>Most people consider mailing list traffic as important, but low priority. If
>it takes an extra hour to process the whole list, so be it.
Yes, but that's only an issue for smaller sites. The fact that qmail
processes a given mail to a given list so much faster is only a side
benefit. qmail works just as well for single mail messages to one
Why should mail to a mailing list, which you say is okay to be delayed
an extra hour or so, back up normal mail which is time critical?
This isn't supposed to be a problem with sendmail, but it is.
The fact is that the public expects personal mail to be delivered in minutes,
not hours. They should!