Ken Anderson ka at PACIFIC.NET
Fri Jul 25 02:21:04 IST 2003

I can tell you that it works quite well for relays, since that's how we
use it for 600k messages a day and yes of course it increases the load
on your server(s) since you have duplicate(x) deliveries.

Keep in mind that queue groups are a sendmail feature, this isn't a
hack, so you can expect that the coders of sendmail did a good job
testing and polishing the way the queue groups feature works. I'd advise
you to test it yourself and see if it meets your needs.

Ken A.

Raymond Dijkxhoorn wrote:
> Hi!
>>>If he now reply's ? He only replys to the sender, and not to the 4
>>>others, since those are stripped, or am i missing something here ?
>>>I think you will break more then you win here.
>>No you don't lose anything from the header. It's cloned for all copies
>>of the message.
> Could you draw this for me ? If you clone all the headers you deliver 5
> times when you have a machine as relay or ? I guess this only works for
> local delivery ?
> Bye,
> Raymond.

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