Re: Postfix newbie question...
- Hi Victor, Mouss,
>> a question here. wouldn't it be better for the OP to have anotherThe most important thing for us is a protocol that deals well with high
>> protocol instead of smtp/uucp? a compressed protocol which transfers as
>> needed seems to be the right way. or am I wrong?
latency connections. SMTP is not what we need ("hello?", "yes", "would
you like an email?", "sure why not", "are you feeling fine today?", "of
course", "well how about one email?", "yeah I can deal with that", etc etc).
Those kind of conversations over high latency links are really expensive...
> In what way would this differ from UUCP or Batch SMTP? The key problemOther things we don't want is DNS lookups, email deliveries to the
> is multiplexing and demultiplexing multiple messages onto intermitted
> on-demand sessions. UUCP is very good at that. One can even run UUCP
Internet etc... what we do need is the ability to just to throw a
"bucket" of all pending emails both ways, then disconnect and the MTAs
on both sides will sort out the email at their convenience.
> Are you aware of some additional software in this space?There's no need to worry about the privacy of the channel since all
> over stunnel for stronger authentication and privacy of the channel.
traffic goes thru an encrypted and compressed tunnel.
I guess UUCP would be the way to go (but must admit I need to read up on
it)... or would you recommend to also study BSMTP (haven't worked with
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- On Sat, Apr 01, 2006 at 11:53:47AM +0200, Jan Bakuwel wrote:
> I guess UUCP would be the way to go (but must admit I need to read up onhttp://jimsun.linxnet.com/jdp/uucp_over_tcp/index.html
> it)... or would you recommend to also study BSMTP (haven't worked with
> BSMTP either).
I am not seeing too many actively maintained bsmtp projects, what
is the state of the art in this space?
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