On Thursday 18 February 2010 08:51:29 pm Paul Lesniewski wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 2:08 AM, Oguzhan Kayhan <oguzhank@...>
> > Hello,
> > Our sqmail installation was getting slower and slower everyday,
> > So i tried to figure out what was causing that.
> > Installed another sqmail instance to check imapserver performance..
> > New installation was very fast. So it wasnt about imap. Then i tried to
> > enable plugins one by one with same order of my old installation.
> > Whenever i enabled filters, it slowed down.
> > But there is a huge speed difference (without plugin it loads the whole
> > page in 1 second. with plugin enabled it takes about 10-15 secounds.)
> > SO is there a way to speed up this plugin??
> > Any advice??
> Implement server-side filtering. Procmail, Maildrop, etc. The
> Filters plugin is a poor replacement for such and only intended as a
> last-ditch option for environments where you don't have root.
Yes i am tring to imlement sieve now for my installation.
It iwll be a better solution for sure.
Just i need to write a script to get filter plugin rules to convert to sieve
I might share the script if anybody else needs it too.