Subject: Re: sendmail configuration
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Simon Burge <>
List: current-users
Date: 11/03/1995 19:05:29
On Nov 2, 10:57pm, Ken Hornstein wrote:

> We don't run a sendmail daemon on the clients; once an hour we run
> sendmail -q to catch any stray messages that didn't make it to the hub for
> one reason or another.  Probably more efficient; sendmail isn't taking up
> any RAM on your clients then.

You could argue about the startup cost each time sendmail is run,
versus taking up a little bit more swap.  There's not going to be that
much actually resident in RAM.

Simon Burge
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