The destination address I saw from the output of command
"postqueue -p" is "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" so I think it's must be
sender's typo and I wound like to correct to, absolutely yes,
I try to alter the queue file in /var/spool/postfix (spool
directory of postfix) then flush mail queue with "postqueue -f"
and I saw the logging message in /var/log/message say below
Apr 16 11:45:54 arch-lab postfix/showq: warning:
deferred/6/632EA43B: unexpected EOF in data, record type 0
Apr 16 11:46:02 arch-lab postfix/qmgr: 632EA43B:
from=<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, size=1923, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Apr 16 11:46:02 arch-lab postfix/qmgr: warning:
active/6/632EA43B: unexpected EOF in data, record type 0 length
Apr 16 11:46:02 arch-lab postfix/qmgr: warning: 632EA43B:
envelope records out of order
Apr 16 11:46:02 arch-lab postfix/qmgr: warning: saving
corrupt file "632EA43B" from queue "active" to queue "corrupt"
I mean I've just corrupted queue file. So I'd like to know
the elegant method to correct something in queue file. Do you
know one ?
--- Bill Campbell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Fri, Apr
16, 2004, Supote Leelasupphakorn wrote:
> >Hi lists,
> > I use postfix as my mail server, and today, from output
> >of command "postqueue -p" I saw one mail unable to send out.
> >I found that the destination of email is correct and I want
> >to correct this. How can I do that ? Anybody know ?
> Why isn't it going out? Often this is a inaccessible MX
> or bad DNS.
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