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Old 12-08-2004, 01:58 AM   #1
nazib
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in which directory user mail store in Redhat 9


Hi everybody,
i m working with Redhat 9. in my office "sendmail" is using for mail server.
I wanna know in which directory user mail is stored.So that i can delete them if it is in bottleneck condition.
could anyone help me ??
Thanks & Regards,
Nazib
 
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