Requeuing failed messages

Danita Zanre danita at
Mon Jan 2 00:39:23 UTC 2017

No - because that specifically doesn’t work with MailWatch.  In reality, these messages aren’t that important - it’s only for my “test” domain, and I can trash them if necessary, but I guess you are saying that if this were to happen in the “real world” I would not be able to easily requeue these?  They look very “mime”, but they are not saved as queue files.


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On January 1, 2017 at 6:32:14 PM, Mark Sapiro (mark at wrote:

On 01/01/2017 02:18 PM, Danita Zanre wrote:  
> I am trying to integrate MailWatch with Mailscanner (I’m handling issues  
> specific to MailWatch on their list), and ran into a glitch when I  
> attempted to switch the blacklist/whitelist to SQL. When I did that,  
> something went very wrong, and ultimately a number of messages were  
> moved to folders off the root of the  
> /var/spool/MailScanner/quarantine/20170101 folder. I’ve tried to put  
> the messages back in the hold directory, but it doesn’t seem to be going  
> anywhere.  

Do you have "Quarantine Whole Messages As Queue Files" set to Yes in  
MailScanner's config?  

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