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Re: Packaging Cyrus

On 11 Oct 1999, Michael Alan Dorman wrote:

> Alexander Koch <efraim@desire.argh.org> writes:
> > > Mind you, I'm not going to go with qmail, either.  I much prefer
> > > postfix.  And with a proper delivery agent and the UW imapd, one can
> > > get good performance, etc., without having to go to Cyrus.
> > With 10k users and stuff, you probably can't... *sigh*
> > UW is mbox, still. Users keep everything on the server.
> > About everything. mbox is slow... *sigh^2*
> Mark Crispin claims that their mbx format is able to deal efficiently
> with large quantities of mail without excess locking or rewriting.
> They certainly support many thousand users at UW.

They have rather a lot here at cambridge to.  Using exim, I might add.

Mind you, I don't know which server it is:

* OK [deleted] IMAP4rev1 v12.254 server ready


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