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Re: multiple queues per domain under sendmail
Quoting kevin lyda (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2002 at 07:31:45AM -0800, Claus Assmann wrote:
> > On Wed, Feb 13, 2002, kevin lyda wrote:
> > > i'm hosting a few domains for static ip dial up users. what i want to
> > > do is put the mail for each domain in a seperate queue, and then when the
> > > hosts connect to the net they can issue an etrn command to my mailserver.
> > You can simply use the "dsmtp" mailer for those domains (per mailertable).
> ok, this sounds promising. the method i suggested was just off the top of
> my head. i have to use etrn though, that's not a choice for me sadly.
> will dsmtp work with etrn? does the dsmtp mailer suffer from the
> "queued for four hours" warning message issue? i just did a quick
> search on google and didn't find much in the way of docs... nor did
> the sendmail README help. grrr...
You COULD just turn off the queue warnings.
ETRN works fine, as long as the messages are in queues that the
daemon can see.