use qmail.

php is a powerful language -- and with any powerful language, stupid
people can wreak havoc by using it improperly.  There are literally
dozens of PHP mailing list managers out there that bypass the mail()
function and use sockets directly.  Perhaps you can recommend those to
your hosting clients.  (They're free, as in beer and speech, so cost
shouldn't be an issue)


> The 
> problem with this as you might know, is that the mail() 
> function seems to invoke a new sendmail process (on Unix 
> boxes) for each mail() call, meaning that you can very 
> quickly crash your sendmail if you have a fast enough server 
> and a large enough list of addresses in the table. 

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