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From: Ralf Hildebrandt (news-list.postfix.usersinnominate.de)
Date: Wed Apr 25 2001 - 08:58:24 CDT
On 25 Apr 2001 15:28:29 +0200, Martres, Jean-Jacques <Jean-Jacques.Martresldcom.fr> wrote:
> My problem is when the customer server is down.
> In this case, the queue is growing up and what I what to do is to isolate
> all defered mail to this customer to another physical partition or to
> redirect to a physical mailbox and then when the customer server is up
> reinject all the to the mail queue.
> If someone has already do this or have any idea of my problem ?
Why don't you keep the mail in the queue and make the queue directory big
enough? Since the deferred queue is hashed, and the qmgr skips over mail for
non-deliverable hosts you don't suffer a big performance impact!
You can flush individual domains using "sendmail -qRsite".
from "man sendmail":
Schedule immediate delivery of all mail that is queued for the named
site. Depending on the destination, this uses "fast flush" service, or it
has the same effect as sendmail -q. This is implemented by connecting
to the local SMTP server. See smtpd(8) for more information about the
"fast flush" service.
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