Experience with > 32K Sieve scripts?
ken at oceana.com
Thu May 12 16:18:06 EDT 2005
Rob Carter wrote:
> We're using the stock timsieved on our v2.2.10 server and some
> Perl/Autosieve code to handle end-user sieve script management
> (primarily for forwarding, vacation, and routine spam filtering). A
> handful of our users are beginning to bump up against the default 32K
> script size limit in timsieved, so we're considering increasing the size
> limit from 32K to 64K to accomodate them.
> Has anyone else tried supporting > 32K Sieve scripts on a server since
> the advent of byte-compiled scripts, and if so, what size limit are you
> using and have you run into any serious performance issues as a result
> of relaxing the size limit? So far, the large scripts we've seen are
> pretty mundane and don't appear likely to cause excessive load or
> delivery delays, but I'd be interested in what other folks have seen.
I don't see where a 64k limit would be a problem, but >32k is a pretty
big script. What exactly is causing the size to be so large?
Kenneth Murchison Oceana Matrix Ltd.
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