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On 29/06/2009 20:32, Remco Barendse wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009, Julian Field wrote:
>>> Just wondering why you don't recommend MCP? I'm using it
>>> currently and
>>> wondering if I should disable it now.
>> It has a huge processing overhead and as a result is very slow.
>> "SpamAssassin Rule Actions" can do pretty much anything MCP can, and
>> it does it enormously faster.
> But what if you use MCP on outgoing mail only, meaning mail that is
> not run through spamassassin
You can minimise the overhead with a ruleset on the whole MCP process,
but I would still try your best to implement what you need using
SpamAssassin Rule Actions. If I had thought of the whole SpamAssassin
Rule Actions at the time, I would never have implemented MCP at all.
It's now there, so there's nothing to be gained by removing it, and it
would really piss off the sites that still use it, so I'm not going to
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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