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    Command:

    qmail-queue

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           qmail-queue
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           qmail-queue  reads  a  mail  message  from descriptor 0.  It then reads
           envelope information from descriptor 1.  It places the message into the
           outgoing queue for future delivery by qmail-send.
    
           The  envelope  information  is an envelope sender address followed by a
           list of envelope recipient addresses.  The sender address  is  preceded
           by  the letter F and terminated by a 0 byte.  Each recipient address is
           preceded by the letter T and terminated by  a  0  byte.   The  list  of
           recipient  addresses  is terminated by an extra 0 byte.  If qmail-queue
           sees end-of-file before the extra 0 byte, it aborts without placing the
           message into the queue.
    
           Every  envelope recipient address should contain a username, an @ sign,
           and a fully qualified domain name.
    
           qmail-queue always adds a Received line to  the  top  of  the  message.
           Other  than this, qmail-queue does not inspect the message and does not
           enforce any restrictions on  its  contents.   However,  the  recipients
           probably  expect  to  see  a  proper  header,  as  described  in qmail-
           header(5).
    
           Programs included with qmail which invoke qmail-queue will  invoke  the
           contents of $QMAILQUEUE instead, if that environment variable is set.
    
    
    

    FILESYSTEM RESTRICTIONS

           qmail-queue  imposes  two constraints on the queue structure: each mess
           subdirectory must be in the same filesystem as the pid  directory;  and
           each  todo  subdirectory  must  be  in  the same filesystem as the intd
           directory.
    
    
    

    EXIT CODES

           qmail-queue does not print diagnostics.  It exits 0 if it has  success-
           fully  queued  the message.  It exits between 1 and 99 if it has failed
           to queue the message.
    
           All qmail-queue error  codes  between  11  and  40  indicate  permanent
           errors:
    
           11   Address too long.
    
           31   Mail server permanently refuses to send the message to any recipi-
                ents.  (Not used by qmail-queue,  but  can  be  used  by  programs
                offering the same interface.)
    
           All other qmail-queue error codes indicate temporary errors:
    
           51   Out of memory.
    
    
           63   Problem with queue/pid.
    
           64   Problem with queue/mess.
    
           65   Problem with queue/intd.
    
           66   Problem with queue/todo.
    
           71   Mail server temporarily refuses to send the message to any recipi-
                ents.  (Not used by qmail-queue.)
    
           72   Connection to mail server timed out.  (Not used by qmail-queue.)
    
           73   Connection to mail server rejected.  (Not used by qmail-queue.)
    
           74   Connection  to  mail  server  succeeded, but communication failed.
                (Not used by qmail-queue.)
    
           81   Internal bug; e.g., segmentation fault.
    
           91   Envelope format error.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           addresses(5), envelopes(5),  qmail-header(5),  qmail-inject(8),  qmail-
           qmqpc(8), qmail-send(8), qmail-smtpd(8)
    
                                                                    qmail-queue(8)
    
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