Outgoing Queue Dir Ruleset

Julian Field MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue Aug 28 14:20:25 IST 2007

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Jim Hermann wrote:
>> Jim Hermann wrote:
>>> It's possible.  Does MailScanner automatically add the
>>> -OQueueDirectory="Outgoing Queue Dir" argument for 
>> Sendmail2?  It looks like
>>> it does.  I was not expecting it.
>> Of course it does. Otherwise it wouldn't be able to tell sendmail to 
>> deliver the message if it wasn't placed in the default queue. You 
>> weren't expecting a bug now were you? :-)
>> Jules
> No. I was hoping to use a Ruleset for the Outgoing Queue Dir and use
> separate instances of sendmail to handle each outgoing queue directory.  Is
> there a way to have MS tell sendmail to use different configuration files
> for each outgoing queue directory?
Only by hacking the code, sorry. It's not built-in functionality, sorry.
> I want to use these statements:
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -L sm-mailscanner -OProcessTitlePrefix=sm-mailscanner
> --DeliveryMode=background
> -OQueueDirectory=/home/virtual/FILESYSTEMTEMPLATE/services/sendmail/mqueue.s
> canned -C /etc/mail/sm-MailScanner.cf
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -L sm-aolscanner -OProcessTitlePrefix=sm-aolcanner
> --DeliveryMode=background
> -OQueueDirectory=/home/virtual/FILESYSTEMTEMPLATE/services/sendmail/mqueue.a
> ol -C /etc/mail/sm-aolscanner.cf
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -L sm-comcastcanner -OProcessTitlePrefix=sm-comcastcanner
> --DeliveryMode=background
> -OQueueDirectory=/home/virtual/FILESYSTEMTEMPLATE/services/sendmail/mqueue.c
> omcast -C /etc/mail/sm-comcastscanner.cf
> Jim


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