Kman wrote:

>From: "infoz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>If all the messages were identical, we might be able to get some
>>by sorting the list by domain name and batching them up with SMTP
>That's a very BAD idea. If you sort the mail by domain, you will flood
>the mail queue because normally, mail sent to hotmail or yahoo will need
>a repeated attempts before getting through. Better leave the email
>address randomized as they are.

If it's such a a bad idea, sendmail should take it out of there system 
then.  This is how they have
achieved speedups in later versions - when processing a queue, it sorts 
by domain first, so that it
 can open a connection and send repeated emails, rather than open a 
separate connection for each
mail to that domain.

Michael Kimsal
PHP Training Courses

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