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qmail queue question

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by bob2, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. bob2

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    Is there any way to read the e-mail header information of e-mail messages that are in the queue? My server is being bombarded with the sober worm and I am needing to block the ip address it is coming from at our router.
     
  2. mikk

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    Do a search for qmHandle on these forums this is a little script that will do everything you need in regards to the email queue
     
  3. bob2

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    I have the qmhandle program but it only shows the message number, return path, from e-mail address, to e-mail address and the subject. I am needing to look at the actual e-mail message header to see what IP the e-mails are coming from. Unless there is a switch for qmhandle that will show the full message header that I do not know about.
     
  4. mikk

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    Available parameters:
    -a : try to send queued messages now (qmail must be running)
    -l : list message queues
    -L : list local message queue
    -R : list remote message queue
    -s : show some statistics
    -mN : display message number N
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    ^^^^ that one :)
     
  5. bob2

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    Thanks for the help. I guess I overlooked that switch.
     
  6. nhouse

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    Hey there... another thing to consider is the 4PSA Qmail Manager. It will let you search and view nessages from the queue and see the header and everything from a GUI perspective. I must say it has saved my but many times... and it isn't very expensive either.
    ;)
     
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