Re, solved: How to remove (delete) a message frozen by exim?
> On Sun, Oct 28, 2001 at 03:26:19AM +0200, Shaul Karl wrote:
> > bash-2.05# grep frozen /var/log/exim/mainlog | head -1
> > 2001-10-27 07:38:03 15N0vD-0000r7-00 Message is frozen
> > bash-2.05#
> > I do not want this message to be sent. Will
> > rm -v /var/spool/exim/input/15N0vD-0000r7-00-?
> > fix it without breaking something?
> > When responding, please quote the entire message.
> > Shaul Karl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> You could probably get away with this.
> However, I believe the "correct" answer is to mark the message as
> having been delivered to all recipients. 'man exim' and look at the -M
As suggested by you and by "Karsten M. Self" <email@example.com>:
-Mrm The arguments are interpreted as a list of message
ids, and each message is completely removed from
Exim's queue, and forgotten. However, if any of
the messages is active, its status is not altered.
This option can be used only by an admin user or by
the user who originally caused the message to be
placed on the queue.
bash-2.05# exim -Mrm 15N0vD-0000r7-00
Message 15N0vD-0000r7-00 has been removed
bash-2.05# tail -1 /var/log/exim/mainlog
2001-10-28 16:11:48 15N0vD-0000r7-00 removed by root
When responding, please quote the entire original message.
Shaul Karl <firstname.lastname@example.org>