[CentOS] Re: centos] memory leak in Centos 4.1 and 4.0
craigwhite at azapple.com
Mon Oct 3 17:23:55 UTC 2005
On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 12:16 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 12:02, Craig White wrote:
> > > Also, I have used (and participated in the development of) the
> > > UW product for years and years in a ISP context, and can
> > > accurately build and configure it without conscious effort.
> > > ;)
> > ----
> > yeah - understood
> > for the record, I haven't found cyrus-imapd to be very difficult to
> > configure...and the performance is awesome. But I am also one to go to
> > that which I understand rather than learn new tricks sometimes myself.
> > Really, the only wrinkle in setting up cyrus is to change the MTA to use
> > lmtp for local delivery and there are plenty of instructions on how to
> > do that in postfix/sendmail/exim.
> And, of course, going to each user that has gone through the trouble
> of learning procmail's line-noise syntax and explaining that he'll
> have to throw that out and start over with sieve.
1 - there are utilities that will convert procmail scripts to sieve
scripts so I am told.
2 - few users are invested in procmail scripts that I have seen
3 - there are such neat auto features of cyrus-imapd that automate
script installation on creation of user.
4 - as you point out yourself, procmail's syntax is pretty much
impossible for end users and sieve, though slightly less powerful is
actually understandable. Put Horde/IMP/Ingo online or websieve online
and users can actually create their own server-side filters.
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