Re: Courier or Cyrus
There is also Binc IMAP, though if you already use Courier I can't think
of a reason to switch. Maybe someone else can say more about Binc.
I can't say anything about Cyrus, because I have never used it.
I use Courier in a bunch of small implementations and one large. It
works. I wish it had better documentation in some places.
For larger implementations, depending upon your usage patters, things
like the filesystem will make a lot of difference. Turn off atime and
other goofy things to lower IO wait time and such. Be sure to have
enough memory, etc.
Good luck on your project
On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 06:22:01PM +0200, Hans du Plooy wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I have to setup a mail server/cluster (dunno yet what kind of hardware I'll
> have at my disposal) for a company wanting to add e-mail to their current
> service offering. Initial userbase is 400,000 with a projected groth of
> around 10% pa.
> My main concern is what to use for pop3/imap. My experience with courier-imap
> has been very very good so far, but I've never had to offer pop3/imap for
> this big a userbase.
> Initially it will only be imap, linked to a web interface (through wap,
> actually) - no pop3 or direct imap, so I don't expect the volume of mail to
> be too big.
> So what would serve me better? What are the unique advantages of either
> courier and cyrus in a situation like this? And when load increases?
> Kind regards
> Hans du Plooy
> SagacIT (Pty) Ltd
> hansdp at sagacit dot com
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