Lyris User's Guide
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In-Memory Processing
Table of Contents
Lyris Email Commands
Web Interface for Users
Server Administrator
Overview of Server Administrator
Server Admin Menu
Sites Menu
Server Config
Activation code and admin contact
TCP/IP Settings
Mail Receiving Settings
Mail Delivery Settings
Forward Mail
Relay Host
Forwarding Orders
Delivery Speed
Max Send Jobs
Enable DNS Caching
Mail Delivery Statistics Size
Mail Delivery Statistics Interval
In-Memory Processing
Enable Logging
Lyris Command Protocol (LCP) Settings
Programming Extensions at the Server Level
Miscellaneous Server Config Settings
Server Documents
Server Action Phrases
Server People
Incoming Mail
Outgoing Mail
Server Admin Log
Shutdown Server
Site Administrator
List Administrator
Other Topics
Add-On Packages
Installing and Upgrading
Frequently Asked Questions

In-Memory Processing

As of Lyris version 3.0, Lyris can send one-off messages directly in memory, without using the outgoing mail queue.

The benefit of this approach is that one-off messages are sent immediately, which is good, because these effect the user perception of how quick your Lyris server is.

Also, by sending one-off messages in memory, rather than through the outgoing mail queue, you save the extra work of writing and reading the message to disk, and you also slow the growth rate of the outgoing mail database table.

The downside to In-Memory processing is that you cannot view sent one-off messages in the "outgoing mail" web page of the Lyris web interface. If you disable the In-Memory processing feature, you will be able to view sent one-off messages in the "outgoing mail" web page of the Lyris web interface.

We recommend that most sites implement the In-Memory process, unless you absolutely need the extra information for troubleshooting purposes.

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