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Dave Sill writes:
> I tried that with sendmail and found that the nameserver was a
> resource hog and it was actually slowing things down.
While name servers are resource hogs, a well-tuned name server on a
sufficiently powerful machine speeds up everything. Please do not
attribute sendmail's apparant lack of performance on your badly configured
name server running on an underpowered system.
> Haven't tried it with qmail, though--qmail does fewer DNS lookups.
SMTP specs require a DNS lookup for every recipient, to find that
recipient's MX if it exists. If qmail does not do this it breaks SMTP
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Rich Pieri <firstname.lastname@example.org> / Happy Fun Ball contains a liquid
Sysmonster, Unix Wrangler / core, which, if exposed due to
Prescient Technologies, Inc. / rupture, should not be touched,
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC / inhaled, or looked at.