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Puntosit

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Hi everibody I have a problem of Queue too much big to be handled by KAConsole.
It was caused by a loop of a few hours on two mailboxes.I killed the loop, but it seems that thousands of messages are still trapped to the mail queue. Actually the server is active and stable, but I wonder if the situation is going to worst.
I logged to the mailserver (MacOsx Leopard + KMS last version) and found the queue directory, but I'm not sure what to do.
Is i possible to remove manually each message or is it better to try an other way?
Is there any way to distinguish between messages without opening them (we are talking of thousands of messages and more than 300 users)?

thank you all
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I would think it would be easy enough to identify the
"bad" messages in Terminal with a "grep -l". With the right pattern, you could do

rm `grep -l "right pattern" *`

I've never looked to see if Kerio keeps an index file in the queue; if there is then that would need to be rebuilt after removing.

But "rm" and "grep" will definitely get rid of them quickly.

Tony Lawrence
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