I think it's almost absolutely necessary to divide
omail-webmail into multiple files. (each file for
viewing, composing, listing, etc)
I say this, because my computer on which omail is
installed is a pentium 166 mhz. It's got tonly 64 mb
or ram. Needless to say, it's not the fastest machine.
On top of that, I have nfs, smbd, smtp and other
services going on.
It takes a little more than 2 seconds to run omail.
The perl script takes 2 seconds to run. That means
every page takes 2 seconds in the least to come up.
If you divide the files into each individual task, it
will speed the thing up significantly. (because it's
got less preprocessing to do before it even actually
starts running the script.)
I mean omail.pl is like 131kb or something. That's
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