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gbalbach

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Is there a way to get an alert of some kind if there is a high number of messages in the queue? We have had a couple of times now where we had someone's email account get hacked and sending out large numbers of messages, mostly sitting in the out queue.
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Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi gbalbach

I'm sorry to say that this is not currently possible. I would recommend using the 'Suggest Idea' feature in your Kerio web admin interface and suggesting this as a feature request.

I hope this helps.

Mark Price
Kerio technical support.

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desven

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We've written two very simple shell-scripts to do a queue check with Nagios-NRPE.
The kerio-queuecheck-root.sh script is executed by crontab every 5 minutes and searches for eml-files inside Connects queue directory. It writes this information into a temp-file. This step is need because of a permissions issue.
The kerio-queuecheck.sh is executed by NRPE and checks the number in the file generated by the other script. If its above a limit Nagios will generate a warning. If not it stays OK..

You can easily use these two scripts to build a script that runs without Nagios and sends out error mails if the queue is too large.

Perhaps this helps. Cheers

Sven.

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