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 VPOP3 version 2.6 has the option of installing PostgreSQL for this database as an option (see the error message above) which is a **lot** quicker than SQLite at inserts, especially multiple simultaneous inserts. VPOP3 versions 3 and later use PostgreSQL by default. ​ VPOP3 version 2.6 has the option of installing PostgreSQL for this database as an option (see the error message above) which is a **lot** quicker than SQLite at inserts, especially multiple simultaneous inserts. VPOP3 versions 3 and later use PostgreSQL by default. ​
  
-====What ​is PostgreSQL (or VPOP3 v3 or later) is already in use?====+====What ​if PostgreSQL (or VPOP3 v3 or later) is already in use?====
 If PostgreSQL is being used for the logging database, then it is extremely unlikely to encounter this problem. If it does, then it usually indicates a disk problem, eg a partially failing disk, or excessive disk fragmentation. If PostgreSQL is being used for the logging database, then it is extremely unlikely to encounter this problem. If it does, then it usually indicates a disk problem, eg a partially failing disk, or excessive disk fragmentation.
  
  
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