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Hi. This is the first time I decided to write to a debian list, so that, please don't hate me by my bad english and my shilly questions. ;-)
My problem is that, when I start my e-mail server (debian potato, with postfix, and qpopper), the pop3 queries are too long. In fact, programs like Outlook express try to download new emails but they can't because they get the tipical error telling that the server is not respoding within 60 seconds. If you answer to outlook that you want to wait for 60 seconds more, the server responds. I have this problem only when I rebbot the server. About 5 days later, the server responds normally within the first 60 seconds. I get a similar error in an other server (debian potato too) but this time, the server takes a long time to respond any tipe of service query until it has no more free RAM. I don't know why the servers respond better wen they have no free RAM. Could anybody help me?

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