DAve wrote:
> Good morning,
> We have been using qmail-tap to send copies of one domains emails to an
> archive server. The other day the archive server failed and the messages
> began filling up my qmail queue.
> Is there a way I can setup a separate queue just for the messages being
> created by the qmail-tap process?

Never mind. I just created a second instance of qmail at
/var/qmail-archive. smtproutes in the public instance sends the archive
messages to the archive process listening on, and smtproutes
in the archive process sends the messages to the archive server itself.

If we ever have an issue again, all archive mail can just pile up in the
/var/qmail-archive queue.


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