On Tue, 2008-06-03 at 10:18 +0200, Ralf Hildebrandt wrote:
> * ram <[hidden email]>:
> > I have a client who has a global message_size_limit of 2MB :-)
> > But some senders need to be allowed unlimited ,
> Not possible.
Hmm too bad, ( I usually found postfix had answers to all my
> > Is there a way out ??
> Only with a seperate instance or a policy_daemon...
separate instance , you mean on a different interface / port ? But in my
case I cant do that. Some priveleged senders are automated third party
scripts which cant be changed
How do I use a policy_daemon ? what will be the % extra resources
consumed if I use a policy daemon ?
> > * ram <[hidden email]>:
> > > I have a client who has a global message_size_limit of 2MB :-)
> > > But some senders need to be allowed unlimited ,
"Need" to send unlimited-sized mail is generally a misunderstood need.
Almost any file sharing protocol is more efficient than MIME+SMTP.
Consider using SMB/CIFS, NFS or Appletalk for internal file sharing,
FTP or HTTP for external.
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