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authorChristian Neukirchen <chneukirchen@gmail.com>2016-09-05 12:54:07 +0200
committerChristian Neukirchen <chneukirchen@gmail.com>2016-09-05 12:54:07 +0200
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it using sendmail(8), as provided by OpenSMTPD, Postfix, msmtp(1), dma(8)
or similar. mblaze expects your mail to reside in Maildir folders.
- mblaze operates directly on Maildir and doesn't use caches or database.
- There is no setup needed for many uses. All tools have been written with
- performance in mind. Enumeration of all mails in a Maildir is avoided
- unless necessary, and then optimized to use few syscalls. Parsing mail
- metadata is optimized to use few I/O requests. Initial operations on big
- Maildir may feel slow, but as soon as they are in cache, everything is
- blazing fast. The tools are written to be memory efficient (i.e. not
- wasteful), but whole messages are assumed to fit into RAM easily (at a
- time).
+ mblaze operates directly on Maildir and doesn't use own caches or
+ databases. There is no setup needed for many uses. All tools have been
+ written with performance in mind. Enumeration of all mails in a Maildir
+ is avoided unless necessary, and then optimized to use few syscalls.
+ Parsing mail metadata is optimized to use few I/O requests. Initial
+ operations on big Maildir may feel slow, but as soon as they are in file
+ system cache, everything is blazing fast. The tools are written to be
+ memory efficient (i.e. not wasteful), but whole messages are assumed to
+ fit into RAM easily (at a time).
mblaze has been written from scratch and tested on a big pile of personal
mail, but is not actually 100% RFC conforming (which is neither worth it