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Re: Oddness in my mail queue

It means your  scheduler.conf  does not have channel selector "procm".
Indeed that perhaps should get scheduler to send syslog(LOG_ALERT) kind
of messages about the condition.

My normal router scripts don't yield this kind of setup.

Formulating possible selector entry per "local"/command="sm procm" gives:

	# Originally we had 3 hour expiry, but if your local system goes to
	# a fizz (freezes, that is), your local mail may start to bounce
	# before anybody notices anything...
	# want 20 channel slots, but only one HOST
	# Do MIME text/plain; Quoted-Printable -> text/plain; 8BIT
	# conversion on flight!
	# ... with PROCMAIL as the local delivery agent:
	command="sm -8c $channel procm"

> Can anyone tell me what this means, and why some of them have been stuck
> for three days?
> procm/ankh:
>         162-21515:      (activation pending, thread NO_THREAD!)
>         187-21515:      (activation pending, thread NO_THREAD!)
> --
> Jeffrey Sean Connell | Systems Administrator, zSolution.
> ankh@canuck.gen.nz   | PGP key at http://www.canuck.gen.nz/~ankh/pgpkey.html
> ---------------------+-------------------------------------------------------

/Matti Aarnio <mea@nic.funet.fi>