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* [[memcache_expire MTA option#memcache_expire|memcache_expire MTA Option]]
 
* [[memcache_expire MTA option#memcache_expire|memcache_expire MTA Option]]
 
* [[memcache_timeout MTA option#memcache_timeout|memcache_timeout MTA Option]]
 
* [[memcache_timeout MTA option#memcache_timeout|memcache_timeout MTA Option]]
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* [[memcache_hash_algorithm MTA option#memcache_hash_algorithm|memcache_hash_algorithm MTA Option]]
 
* [[alias_database_url MTA option#alias_database_url|alias_database_url MTA Option]]
 
* [[alias_database_url MTA option#alias_database_url|alias_database_url MTA Option]]
 
* [[domain_database_url MTA option#domain_database_url|domain_database_url MTA Option]]
 
* [[domain_database_url MTA option#domain_database_url|domain_database_url MTA Option]]

Latest revision as of 16:11, 13 February 2020


New in the 8.0 release, the MTA supports use of memcache for certain database/storage uses. memcache_* MTA options control the MTA's connections to memcache. The *_database_url MTA options, when set to memcache: URL values, configure use of Memcache to store MTA databases. See also the enable_sieve_memcache MTA option, which enables Sieve filter use of a memcache operator in Sieve scripts.


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