glenn.steen at GMAIL.COM
Tue Aug 30 11:54:41 IST 2005
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On 30/08/05, Raymond Dijkxhoorn <raymond at prolocation.net> wrote:
> >> Buy the professional version.
> > "Cluster" is a relative term:-). There's some info in the wiki.... Like
> > http://wiki.mailscanner.info/doku.php?id=documentation:anti_spam:spamassassin:bayes:sql
> > .... And something in the MailWatch package about that (mainly having
> > a nonlocal DB, correct settings for xml-rpc to work etc etc:-).
> > Simplistically you could keep the plaintext config files in sync with
> > any tool ... like rsync...
> Sure, but there is a product doing that, the things you mentioned. If you
> have the cashflow to make 2 datacenters you most likely can send some
> towards Julian by supporting the product. You can also do some rsync trics
> but most likely you have to figure that out ytourself.
Oh yes, no argument there.
Just wanted to "point in the general direction of what's there" (and
knowing that "a big budget for what the PHB perceives as critical
doesn't mean s/he'll be less tightfisted when it cones to the crucial,
but free, piece of software s/he's _really_ relying on", this could
actually be necessary:-).
But sure, if Norbert can shake some coin loose (and in Jules
direction, to boot), that'd be best:).
email: glenn < dot > steen < at > gmail < dot > com
work: glenn < dot > steen < at > ap1 < dot > se
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