qmail-qstat(8) System Manager's Manual qmail-qstat(8)NAME
qmail-qstat - summarize status of mail queue
qmail-qstat gives a human-readable breakdown of the number of messages at various spots in the mail queue.
qmail-qstat must be run either as root or with group id qmail.
SEE ALSO qmail-qread(8), qmail-send(8)qmail-qstat(8)
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qmail-control(5) File Formats Manual qmail-control(5)NAME
qmail-control - qmail configuration files
You can change the behavior of the qmail system by modifying qmail's control files in /var/lib/qmail/control.
qmail can survive with just one control file, me, containing the fully-qualified name of the current host. This file is used as the
default for other hostname-related control files.
Comments are allowed in badmailfrom, locals, percenthack, qmqpservers, rcpthosts, smtproutes, and virtualdomains. Trailing spaces and tabs
are allowed in any control file.
The following table lists all control files other than me. See the corresponding man pages for further details.
control default used by
badmailfrom (none) qmail-smtpd
bouncefrom MAILER-DAEMON qmail-send
bouncehost me qmail-send
concurrencylocal 10 qmail-send
concurrencyremote 20 qmail-send
defaultdomain me qmail-inject
defaulthost me qmail-inject
databytes 0 qmail-smtpd
doublebouncehost me qmail-send
doublebounceto postmaster qmail-send
envnoathost me qmail-send
helohost me qmail-remote
idhost me qmail-inject
localiphost me qmail-smtpd
locals me qmail-send
morercpthosts (none) qmail-smtpd
percenthack (none) qmail-send
plusdomain me qmail-inject
qmqpservers (none) qmail-qmqpc
queuelifetime 604800 qmail-send
rcpthosts (none) qmail-smtpd
smtpgreeting me qmail-smtpd
smtproutes (none) qmail-remote
timeoutconnect 60 qmail-remote
timeoutremote 1200 qmail-remote
timeoutsmtpd 1200 qmail-smtpd
virtualdomains (none) qmail-send
SEE ALSO qmail-inject(8), qmail-qmqpc(8), qmail-remote(8), qmail-send(8), qmail-showctl(8), qmail-smtpd(8)qmail-control(5)
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