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Adding Pipelining support to Sendmail

Posted on 2003-11-10
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Hi everybody, Does anybody use Sendmail with Messagewall here?
When I start Messagewall, It start some sendmail childs to communicate with
Here is the message when Messagewall spawn a Sendmail child:
BACKEND/WARNING: missing PIPELINING support; backend conversations will be *much* slower

Does anybody knows how to add the Pipelining support to sendmail.

Thank you

Fredericl
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This probably depends on what version of sendmail you use. As I recall SMTP PIPELINING is enabled by default in Sendmail 8.12.x.
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