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Re: Dovecot LDA vs LMTP

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  • Wietse Venema
    John Allen: [LMTP daemon or pipe-to-command?] ... I concur with Reindl that as a protocol, LMTP is superior to waiting for the pipe-to-command exit status.
    Message 1 of 6 , Dec 28, 2012
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      John Allen:
      [LMTP daemon or pipe-to-command?]

      Wietse:
      > A resident LMTP daemon uses fewer CPU cycles than a process that
      > is created once for each delivery, but with 30 users the difference
      > matters only if you have a 15-year old computer (i.e. the technology
      > that was available when I started work on Postfix).

      John Allen:
      > My concern is more with reliability, does moving mail between stack
      > components gain anything from either LDA or LMTP?

      I concur with Reindl that as a protocol, LMTP is superior to waiting
      for the pipe-to-command exit status.

      Wietse
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