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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Johnnie Nelke, Mar 10, 2003.

  1. Johnnie Nelke

    Johnnie Nelke Active Member

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    Does anyone know a way to force the mail to be delivered instead of piling up in queue all the time? Most of the emails are deliverable. I have Cpanel 6.0.0-S109
    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Johnnie
     
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    I do appreciate the reply....... however the only place they can go is to the email accounts on the server..... and none of them are full. I have edited the /etc/exim.conf settings for
    deliver_queue_load_max to 10 instead of 3. So I can go in and click "deliver now"...... then the email gets delivered until the load hits ten...... but the email really is "just sitting there" when it should be going to the accounts. BTW this server is used for incoming mail only...... directly to the pop accounts..... on one domain.

    UPDATE..... Searching through the forum a little harder I found something, and I tried it...... seems to work great. I just ran:
    /scripts/mailperm and now everything seems to be leveling out. :D
     
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    #2 Johnnie Nelke, Mar 11, 2003
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