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Free BSD and sendmail work pretty good, if you've got them on a fairly high
horsepower machine. I've implemented it in an ISP environment, and it seems
to handle the traffic of 3,000 dial-up users. It doesn't seem to hiccup too

BSDI would be better.

Depending on the size, Post.Office or the MetaInfo Sendmail port to NT
aren't bad options, either. If you don't worry about listservers, take a
look at Mdaemon ( I've also used this program to handle
traffic of probably 5,000 messages (total incoming and outgoing) a week,
and it runs like a champ.


At 08:46 AM 3/22/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Has anyone had experiences (good or bad) with implementing a Free BSD
>machine as a mail server in a heavy load environment?
>Thank you,
>Greg White
>Direct NET Communications
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