> On Thu, 8 Nov 2007 14:01:07 +0100 (CET)
>> I'm gonna setup a qmail mailserver for mailscanning for a huge
>> site... I have think that setting a qmail with qmail-scanner for real
>> time scanning could be too slow because perhaps could arrive there...
>> don't know 300 simultaneos mails.. so I think that could be better to
>> setup a qmail-mail-server that only does rcpt checks and mfchecks in
>> the Internet site and another qmail server not listening in internet
>> interface that makes mail scanning in a reasonable time and in a
>> reasonable number of simultaneous scans... (don't know 50
>> simultaneous for example...). The internet qmail server will pass
>> from for example 50 to 50 mails to scanning qmail server... and this
>> last to pass to they're respective mailservers... it's only going to
>> be a scanning mailserver...
>> So I have think that I could compile qmail one time and copy to two
>> different locations for example /var/qmail and
>> /var/qmail-scanning-server... is this possible? and is this possible
>> without having two different vpopmails? two different databases for
>> smtp auth... (Internet qmail scanner will be relay too) two
>> differents tcp rules file... so could I share everything between them?
>> What do you think about this idea have just had?
> I think you should off load the processing work. Look into running a
> remote clamd/spamassing, or setup multiple mail hubs jms has a guide on
> that at http://qmail.jms1.net
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Thanks a lot Ed! here it sais how to setup a mail system in wich you can
have one scanning machine and a mailbox server.. this is what I'm trying
to do... but this won't be very helpful for me in this time because the
mailbox server it's not qmail.. so there is no sense on passing him
rcptto.cdb or other control files...  and when I have a "mail hub" I have
this document does but other way... my problem is not... how to share info
between qmails to work... my main problem is how to handle the max
incomming traffic as possible and with minimum machine... and I have
thought that idea...

thanks a lot anyway mate :)


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