Re: If exim is run from inetd what happens to queued outgoing mail?
There is an /etc/cron.d entry in my exim installation, automatically
created, which runs exim every so often.
On Fri, 19 Jan 2001 22:27:35 Scott V. McGuire wrote:
> The exim start up script in /etc/init.d doesn't start exim as a daemon
> if it finds exim will be run from inetd. In that case, what will
> happen to outgoing mail if it can't be delivered right away? For
> instance if my internet connection goes down for a while.
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