postdrop equiv for exim

Desai, Jason jase at SENSIS.COM
Tue Nov 11 13:46:59 GMT 2003

*  Copy the queue files to the outgoing exim queue
*  Make sure you chown the files to the mail user "chown mail.mail <message
*  The queue runner process should eventually deliver it.
*    Or, you can manually start a queue runner process with "exim -C <path
to exim out config> -q"
*    Or, you can manually deliver it with "exim -C <path to exim out config>
-M <message id>"


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin Hepworth [mailto:martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 7:24 AM
> Subject: [MAILSCANNER] postdrop equiv for exim
> Hi all
> just wondering that the postdrop equivalent for exim is.
> I'm going to be looking at quaranteening spam, rather than
> delivering it
> and would like to know how to drop exim queue files back in to the
> outgoing queue. I've tried just plopping the queue files in the
> directory, but nothing seemed to happen, or wasn't I being
> patient enough?
> --
> Martin Hepworth
> Senior Systems Administrator
> Solid State Logic Ltd
> tel: +44 (0)1865 842300
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