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Hi guys .
I have a solaris machine serving as a DNS server for my environment. Everytime I go into /var/spool/mqueue , there are an aweful lot of emails with names likes:
When I cat the file , I get the following output:
H??Received: from machine.domain.com... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Junaid Subhani
My box is running with AIX 6100-06 and Im the root user of this box
My /var gets filled up often to 100%
When I investigate I find that it is the below file which increases rapidly
I dont know why this file is growing up.
Can any one assist me on this.... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: samsungsamsung
solaris : 9
can we delete the files from this location /var/spool/clientmqueue . I found around 40K files lying in this location.
Regards (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: maooah
Hi, We have some 2-3 Solaris 9 servers with the following issue.
For every cron job which has email notifications, it is sending the emails, but it create files at /var/spool/clientmqueue/ which has similar contents.
MDeferred: Connection refused... (1 Reply)
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How can i get my mail on either /var/spool/mail or /var/mail?
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First Question: In our company our users have their mailboxes in /var/spool/mail
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I've got UW-IMAP installed on Gentoo. I'm using EXIM as the transfer agent.
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I keep having this msg on my SunOS console :
Jun 29 08:57:40 bersimis sendmail: NOQUEUE: low on space (have 0, SMTP-DAEMON needs 101 in /var/spool/mqueue)
I tried to make some space by deleting the files in it, but the msg came back ...
Any tips ?
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Wingman21
from(1) General Commands Manual from(1)
from - Shows whom mail messages are from
from [-s sender] [user]
The from command prints out the mail header lines in your mailbox file.
Prints headers for mail sent by sender. Specifies a mail spool directory.
Use this flag if you want to examine a mailbox in a directory other than /usr/spool/mail, which is the system default.
If user is specified, then user's mailbox is examined instead of your own.
To display the message headings in your mailbox, enter: from
The names of the senders and the message dates are displayed. To display the message headings for mail sent by a specific user,
enter: from -s dale
Displays only the message headings of the messages sent from user dale. To display the message headings in a specific user's mail-
box, enter: from dawn
The message headings from user dawn's mailbox are displayed, provided you have read permission for dawn's mailbox.
User mailbox files.
Commands: biff(1), mail(1), mailx(1)