Tuesday 09 of September 2003 08:55, Adrian von Bidder >
> Yep, exactly. Coming from uw-imapd, this is exactly the kind of thing I was
mbox type mail storage ? uh oh...
it brings system down when a user with XXX mails opens his mbox.
Maildir (courier.....) or cyrus mail storage is better.
dovecot uses indexes, BUT it does not support quota ( Maildir++...).
> > ? not sure about what you asking about delievery via procmail. postfix
> > leaves stuff in /var/mail/<username> and dovecot uses this.
for Maildir and maildrop you need to add this to postfix/main.cf:
home_mailbox = Maildir/
local_destination_concurrency_limit = 1
mailbox_command = /usr/bin/maildrop
> (And - sorry, can't help you with an imap server with the mails in a
> relational db, I don't know of any solution that does this.)
I know one. MS Exchange. :]
And you know how well that works in case the db goes bananas.....
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