On Tue, 2003-10-07 at 17:37, Vineet Kumar wrote: > Yes, spamc will lighten the load on your server as compared to running > spamassassin on each message individually. spamc is a small C program > that just pipes the message to an already-running spamd process. > spamassassin (and spamd) run in perl. Starting up perl is a lot more > costly than running spamc. Since this cost is multiplied by the number > of inbound mails you want to check, small savings add up quickly. I'm currently using procmail -> spamassassin (not spamc) and notice the system load to some degree... If I switched to spamd/spamc, would spamassassin still store each user's settings/bayes DBs in their ~/.spamassassin/ directory? At the current time, this is a major advantage for my configuration.
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