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From: Xavier Leroy <xavier.leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Announcement: SpamOracle
I suggest we move this discussion off the Caml list, as it's not
really relevant to Caml.  Briefly:

> That said, what i really wanted to know, is if you have some idea of how
> spamoracle would scale in case of heavy load, if you use it to filter
> mailing lists input for example ? For example, do you use it to filter
> the ocaml mailing lists or something such ?

We use SpamOracle to filter, with excellent
results. is filtered by the "must be subscribed to
post" policy of Majordomo.

Generally speaking, SpamOracle runs faster than SpamAssassin, so if
your e-mail system withstand the latter, it should withstand the
former.  Of course, if your mailserver receives 10000 messages a day,
even SpamOracle could be computationally too expensive.

- Xavier Leroy
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