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Sat Feb 18 23:09:31 GMT 2006
fname lname wrote:
> Is there way to process the raw file to make it viewable?
Quarantine As Raw Queue Files = no
> On 2/18/06, *Julian Field* <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
> <mailto:MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk>> wrote:
> fname lname wrote:
> > I have the mail archive option on in mailscanner and I what to know
> > how do I go about view the archived mail. And is there a web
> base ap
> > i can use to view these archived mail.
> The archive mail will by default go into
> The files will normally be raw queue files. With sendmail you can
> look at the text in the files, similarly with Exim. With Postfix you
> will need to use postcat on the queue files stored in there.
> Julian Field
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