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Re: problems with mailq
> I have the following problem. some of messages where undeliverable because
> of mistakes in localnames file. after fixing those mistakes still
> these messages are in queue (checked with mailq).
> "zmailer scheduler" does nothing just trying to push the queue and these
> messages are still in queue.
> is there any way to direct these messages to proper location?
yes, by shutting down the scheduler, editing all those
transport specification files with recipient addresses
("r "-lines) pointing to wrong location into what proper
routing result would have been -- or (I think), just
r smtp target.address email@example.com 1234
r smtp [127.0.0.1] firstname.lastname@example.org 1234
That is, changeing the "host" component to be IP literal
address: [127.0.0.1] (using local hostNAME is not advisable,
as then the system will stop due to MX recognition..)
After that, restart the scheduler.
Currently there is no way to command the scheduler to move
a message from its queue back to the routing phase.
That is one more thing for 3.X series.
> i appreciate any help
> PS is there any publically available archive of zmailer list?
> <> Andrzej Blaszczyk <> email@example.com <>
/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>