Re: Why should I use Cyrus?
Theodore Knab wrote:
>I can give you reasons not to use Cyrus.
>Last time I tested it the mailboxes that got corrupted
>required the cyrus daemon to be shut off to fix.
>If that is still the case, that makes cyrus less hardy
>than something that uses standard Maildirs.
It's not the case. You could repair anything while running the daemon
and while *not* reconnecting any clients!
Just wait a couple of seconds in Thunderbird et al. (not Outlook of
You only would need the original raw mail files and directory structure
for it, nothing else!
E.g. we offer to our customers archiving their messages to dvd and
*back* if they want!
BTW I won't miss the possibility of fast searching through thousands of
so I think it's worth!