Kris Anderson writes:
> Found this with google.
> A Dr Matthew had this answer (read full text to see what's up but
> here's a snippet)
> If you end up with a load of messages stuck in
> /var/spool/clientmqueue, you've got a similar problem with not
> running a MSP queue daemon. The case is exactly analogous,
> except that the sendmail flags are in
> /var/spool/clientmqueue/sm-client.pid and should read:
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -L sm-msp-queue -Ac -q30m
> and you need to set 'sendmail_msp_queue_flags' in /etc/rc.conf to
> override them.
1) cd /etc/mail
2) make stop
3) make start
4) ps -ax | grep sendm and you should see something like:
1153 ?? Ss 0:14.88 sendmail: accepting connections (sendmail)
1156 ?? IWs 0:00.00 sendmail: Queue [EMAIL PROTECTED]:30:00 for
15854 p6 S+ 0:00.01 grep sendm
This method uses the same scripts invoked at boot, and will
automatically read the various "sendmail_" variables out of rc.conf.
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