Sending Mail

Troy

Member
ouch. that is alot that I did not know. Will it perform well on a typical lamp stack running mysql and apache? Do you know of anyone that offers servers that will run optimally for MailWhizz?
 

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
@Troy - I personally don't know, but aren't there literally hundred of providers out there. Two things to take into consideration, xeon processor and ssd storage. xeon because it forces using ecc ram on the server and ssd because will help mysql a lot.
 

Troy

Member
would you suggest using one dedicated server and then purchasing multiple less expensive delivery servers to facilitate send of bulk email. What I am trying to get at is the optimal setup for sending a large amount of email in a reasonable amount of time using MailWhizz. Say 30k per hr. Surely you have done it, no? Just wondering the optimal setu-up for MailWhizz to achieve these numbers.
 

Troy

Member
@twisted1919 Hey, back again. Hows it going? Hope all is well. Having trouble with a couple of things.

1. Add a delivery server of type Directory Pickup in your Mailwizz APP and make sure the storage directory points to same storage directory as you have set at step 5 <== I did this but the server is not validating
2. Run the daemon from command line using the ./mdp-go command <== Tried this and nothing seems to be running
 

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
Hi @Troy - Sorry for the late(r) response :)
Yes you can use more delivery servers in config.json:
Code:
"DeliveryServers" : [
        {
            "Hostname"               : "",
            "Port"                   : 25,
            "Username"               : "",
            "Password"               : "",
            "MaxConnections"        : 10,
            "MaxConnectionMessages" : 1,
            "ConnectionTimeout"     : 30,
            "SendRetriesCount"        : 3,
            "TestConnection"        : false,
            "TestRecipientEmail"    : ""
        },
        {
            "Hostname"               : "",
            "Port"                   : 25,
            "Username"               : "",
            "Password"               : "",
            "MaxConnections"        : 10,
            "MaxConnectionMessages" : 1,
            "ConnectionTimeout"     : 30,
            "SendRetriesCount"        : 3,
            "TestConnection"        : false,
            "TestRecipientEmail"    : ""
        },
        {
            "Hostname"               : "",
            "Port"                   : 25,
            "Username"               : "",
            "Password"               : "",
            "MaxConnections"        : 10,
            "MaxConnectionMessages" : 1,
            "ConnectionTimeout"     : 30,
            "SendRetriesCount"        : 3,
            "TestConnection"        : false,
            "TestRecipientEmail"    : ""
        }
    ],
 

Troy

Member
cool! what about different configuration with sendmail? I tried to put sendmail path in for hostname but it did not work.
 
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