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    Hello,

    Reports have been added to MDaemon 13.6.0 for bandwidth usage, inbound vs. outbound messages, good vs. junk messages, inbound messages processed, top recipients by number of messages, top recipients by size, outbound messages processed, top spam sources, top recipients of spam, viruses blocked, and virus blocked by name.

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    Hello,

    Thank you everyone for submitting and supporting this idea. We will consider this for future versions of MDaemon.

    In case anyone is interested we have published a whitepaper on a system we setup here in an acitve/passive cluster. While it does not accomplish everything requested it does provide redundancy.

    http://static.altn.com/Collateral/How-To-Quick-Start-Guide/US_MDaemon-Mail-Server_Configure-High-Availability_How-To-Quick-Start-Guide.pdf

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    Gabo commented  · 

    I also agree this is a very bad idea. Please don't do it. While the only (theoretical) advantage of using a DB is the speed, you'll lose all the simplicity and versatillity of simply restore/backup specific messages. It's not worth it. Like others said, speed could be increased with better hardware, like SSD's and better processors.

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