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227483RE: Programmatic access to the showq daemon/data

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  • Ward, Martin
    Oct 1, 2007
      Re: Programmatic access to the showq daemon/data
      Unfortunately I can't do that without more power than most countries have, or at least a few assassins...
      I work for an ISP so a lot of mail we try and route is junk (I don't like it but I have to live with it). The customer, quite rightly, won't accept it but since we already have we must deal with the concequences.

      From: Victor Duchovni [mailto:Victor.Duchovni@...]
      Sent: Mon 01-Oct-07 17:36
      To: Ward, Martin
      Cc: postfix-users@...
      Subject: Re: Programmatic access to the showq daemon/data

      On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 05:21:58PM +0100, Ward, Martin wrote:

      > Hi,
      > Is there any kind of documentation on how
      to access the mail queue list
      > from within a program? Perl or C would be
      > I ask because I have a number of mail servers that
      regularly have mail
      > queues > 300,000 emails and a lot of these queues
      are bounces and
      > double-bounces.

      Fix this, instead of processing the consequences, fix the real problem,
      eliminate the source of bounces.


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