293757Re: Bulk Mailing Performance
- Jun 12, 2013Peer,
There's no way that's a production figure. You may have queued that many,
but I seriously doubt you got anything close to 3-4 million/hour when
postfix was actually conducting delivery with the remote gateways...
On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 1:02 PM, Peer Heinlein [via Postfix] <
> Am 12.06.2013 21:17, schrieb fletch:--
> > here are claiming 10 million/hour? I guess that would be possible if a
> > sender were to run, say, 40 postfix instances which would be a complete
> > management nightmare of course.
> You already lost.
> I did this even 5-6 years ago with 3-4 millionen mails / hour in one
> postfix instance on one stupid dual-xeon server with 100 MBit uplink.
> > Obviously, vendors like Port25 (company behind PowerMTA) and GreenArrow
> > would not be able to make any sales if the benefits of commercial
> > products v. open source were not substantial.
> They're making sales with people, that believe that people coming from a
> comercial company are always and automatically better then everbody else.
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