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Re: Mail Queue stuck

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  • Victor Duchovni
    ... Unless you are using SA as a milter, there is no way that SA can keep mail stuck in the maildrop queue. So if you are not using an SA milter, you have not
    Message 1 of 16 , Dec 30, 2007
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      On Sun, Dec 30, 2007 at 09:33:20PM -0500, Joey wrote:

      > I had stopped header & body checks, and restarted postfix with no
      > difference.
      > I had also restarted the server just as a desperation attempt with no
      > difference, but apparently
      > Spamassassin was somehow loaded with some strange parameters, stoping it and
      > restarting it and then restarting postfix basically emptied the queue, even
      > though I don't see all the delivery info in the log file, I will simply keep
      > an eye on the queues to see if this happens again....

      Unless you are using SA as a milter, there is no way that SA can keep
      mail stuck in the maildrop queue. So if you are not using an SA milter,
      you have not yet solved the problem, or have solved it inadvertantly by
      some other means.

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      Viktor.

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