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Old 04-09-2011, 01:07 PM
mixcursosweb + mixcursosweb is offline
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Cool 5000 emails by hour / What do I need to do?

Hi,

I have the Interespire, Postfix, Dovecot working very fine in a CentOS 5.5 64 bits. I do like increase the amount of emails sent to 5000 emails by hour. I try to set (master.cnf) the option smtp to, 1000, 2000, ... but it did not work. Can you help me in order to allow this scenario. Plus I add in the IEM the information that I want to do that (5000/hour), in application settings.

What sets do I need to do in main.cf and master.cf to be able to send this ammount of emalis/hour?

Memory 6144 MB (6G),
2 x 2.0 GHz Cores
MySQl connections set on the my.cn to 2048, to avoid too many connections error.

Can you help on it?

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Ernani Medeiros
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Old 04-21-2011, 02:05 AM
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Hello, Ernani:

I've watched as your inquiry went unanswered and I'm surprised. So I'm answering.

An Interspire expert I'm not, but in this case that might work to your advantage. On a virtual, secured Ubuntu host, once my *default* Email Marketer installation was made to properly communicate with Linux, 5,000 e-mails per hour wasn't a problem. Cron and the Send.php file weren't playing nice.

Instead I had to have a very quick LAMP guy who runs servers using the exact OS I do, make changes which took him around an hour. He had no experience in Email Marketer. Although they didn't affect the speed of what you're talking about, he also made a tweak to PostFix and the server kernel, both which reduced the server's overhead. Maybe you could consider looking around in those if you haven't yet solved this.
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Old 04-25-2011, 11:51 AM
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Hello,

I'm not sure I understood your message. You know a guy who is a LAMP expert and did a fine tune for your environment. If it is what you wanted to say, please put this guy in contact with me!

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Ernani Medeiros
ernani_medeiros@hotmail.com
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:39 AM
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Default Maybe Later...

My new LAMP guy is very good, but I want to work with him for a while before I pass him new clients, so his attention to me doesn't get diluted. But I did have good results hunting for LAMP people with Interspire experience at both Elance and vWorker. Go there and try them?
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Old 05-30-2011, 08:24 AM
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Hi all

Small related question, any info would be helpfull
How many emails per hour can be sent from a machine with these specs?
the interspire check script is all ok

windows server 2008 64bit
xeon e5335 2ghz
ram 2gb

Albert
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Old 05-30-2011, 04:02 PM
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Hi all

Small related question, any info would be helpfull
How many emails per hour can be sent from a machine with these specs?
the interspire check script is all ok

windows server 2008 64bit
xeon e5335 2ghz
ram 2gb

Albert
Little warning; 2GB for a Win 2008 64-bit machine with both a webserver and MySQL server on it to support IEM is not enough.

ou should have at least 4 GB of which 2GB dedicated to MySQL (that's a minimum for good production performance).
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