Minimum RAM for a small mailscanner implementation?
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Sun Mar 29 17:47:01 IST 2009
On 29/3/09 17:40, Lance Haig wrote:
> Hey Julian,
> I seem to remember a discussion on a mailscanner repo for a RedHat
> distro is that still a feature?
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> Julian Field wrote:
>> I wouldn't run it in much less than 1GB. It depends a bit on how many
>> "additions" to SpamAssassin you run. I would advise using clamd and "Max
>> Children = 1".
>> On 29/3/09 17:23, Lance Haig wrote:
>>> I would like to run a small MailScanner install on a vps and was
>>> wondering what size ram do I need?
>>> Probably 1000 mails a day
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