Is it possible for bogofilter tu run in daemon mode
(e.g. server-client style)? That way it don't have to
reload the wordlists everytime a message comes.
I'm working at an ISP with more than 1 Million email
users. Email traffic is VERY high. We implemented bogo
on six MTA (mail transport agent) servers, two handles
outgoing mail and four handles incoming mail.
I'm very satisfied with bogofilter result. Most of
times it will correctly classify a spam or non spam.
However, the machine load gets VERY high, especially
disk usage. I guess this is because of the repeated
reading or wordlists (auto-update is disabled).
If bogo could run in daemon mode, the worddlist will
only be loaded once and stays in memory, thus improve
overall system performance (anti virus programs do that
with their virus patterns).
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