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Old 11-23-2001, 10:59 AM   #1
shibata
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Question Mail Queue...


This is my problem: I am a novice e-mail admin in my company and I'm using Postfix to exchange internal e-mails. When a user sends an e-mail to a domain that don't exists, it stays in the queue. How can I set up the postfix daemon to automaticaly return the e-mail to its sender if the domain is not valid?
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Old 11-24-2001, 08:58 AM   #2
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postfix

Hi ,

First thing : How does it accept mails if the User doesnt belong to
server !!!!


to remove mails from the mail queue u can do :

postfix stop
find /var/spool/postfix -name queue-id -print | xargs rm
postfix start

queue-id would be a numeric value like this: DB6831A80B


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