K Gilpin kgilpin at lrgs.org.uk
Thu Nov 16 12:39:37 GMT 2006

> Hi,
> I have Mailscanner installed with postfix.
> A client has been sending mails using out look.  Outlook has gone a bit
> and has kept sending the same message to another person.
> I have shutdown the machine.
> I have looked in /var/spool/postfix/incoming/ to get rid of any more out
> going messages, they are all empty.
> Could would any one else know where to look to delete these out going
> messages the user keeps getting.
> Thanks
> Kevin
>From the logs, you should be able to see it the LookOut-using klient
>is continually reconnecting to send that broken message. If so, start
>by clearing it from the LookOut Outbox folder.

>If it is the same postfix queue file that is stuck in the hold
>directory, one might suspect that the queue file is somehow broken (in
>a way undetectable to postfix)... Or perhaps it is MailScanner having
>problems reading/understanding it. One solution here would be to
>simply clear the queue file out (with rm).
>BTW, what versions are you running (PF, MS, OL ...)?

I have managed to sort it out thanks using the command postsuper -d ALL



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