I'm running the Linux version and am writing my own BASH script to collect up some information on the Kerio server to graph it in my Munin system.
I see that the queue directory is here :
And I can do a simple "find" on that directory to give me the total number of *.eml files. But the number I get back is never quite the same as the number I get from the Kerio console. And it is not a matter of a difference in the few seconds between when I refresh the 2 different commands. Because right now in Kerio I have 140 and with my find command 158. I can go back-and-forth between both and keep refreshing and neither of them changes.
Also, I'm looking at a munin plugin for Exim mail, and it reports on 3 different kinds of items in the queue : "active", "bounced" and "frozen".
Are there different kinds of items in the Kerio queue?
If so, what are they?
And how do I distinguish between them?
.EML files can be accompanied by corresponding .ENV and .EMF files. The .ENV file contains the status of the mail. So yes, not all .EML files are in the same state.
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