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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Kim Huff, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. Kim Huff

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    Sorry if I am in the wrong area, but I am looking for information on mailing list options. I have mailman installed on my cPanel / WHM server but I keep getting these excessive warnings stating that mailman is using up a lot of resources. I am wondering if there are other alternatives to this.

    I have two domains that use mailman rather heavily as a way of keeping all of their members up to date on what is going on. Is there another option or should I stick with mailman. My hosting company said that could whitelist mailman so I will no longer receive the messages.. but I don't want to mask a potential problem either.

    Any insights would be greatly appreciated.

    Kim Huff
     
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    ServInt (my server company) suggested that but I was concerned if Mailman really is causing an issue with resources then maybe I should be looking for something else.
     
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    The settings for this can be tweaked, you don't have to ignore it.
     
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    I was told that if it was tweaked.. it would tweak it for everything.
     
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