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    Default Clean Zimbra

    Hello!
    Performing hits in my backup log, I noticed a HUGE amount of files in the folder data/postfix/spool/defer
    Can I delete them using the command
    postsuper defer ALL-d
    postsuper-d ALL deferred

    Will I have any problem?

    thank's

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    Quote Originally Posted by maschimidt View Post
    Can I delete them using the command
    Yes but the question should surely be: why are they deferred?

    Quote Originally Posted by maschimidt View Post
    Will I have any problem?
    That depends on whether the mail is genuine mail and if you'll miss it once deleted.
    Regards


    Bill


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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Yes but the question should surely be: why are they deferred?
    I do not know, the mail queue is clean

    That depends on whether the mail is genuine mail and if you'll miss it once deleted.
    see message volume

    /opt/zimbra/data/postfix/spool/defer
    [root@mail defer]# du --max-depth=1 -h
    6,7M ./D
    7,3M ./E
    7,7M ./8
    7,2M ./6
    7,5M ./1
    7,4M ./B
    7,5M ./3
    7,1M ./C
    7,8M ./0
    7,5M ./5
    1,9M ./F
    7,3M ./7
    6,9M ./2
    7,6M ./A
    7,3M ./4
    7,7M ./9
    113M .

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    Quote Originally Posted by maschimidt View Post
    see message volume

    /opt/zimbra/data/postfix/spool/defer
    [root@mail defer]# du --max-depth=1 -h
    6,7M ./D
    7,3M ./E
    7,7M ./8
    7,2M ./6
    7,5M ./1
    7,4M ./B
    7,5M ./3
    7,1M ./C
    7,8M ./0
    7,5M ./5
    1,9M ./F
    7,3M ./7
    6,9M ./2
    7,6M ./A
    7,3M ./4
    7,7M ./9
    113M .
    Just you can answer the "Bill" question?

    ccelis

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    maschimidt is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Yes but the question should surely be: why are they deferred?


    That depends on whether the mail is genuine mail and if you'll miss it once deleted.
    I do not know why the messages are in Defer since my queue is clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    That depends on whether the mail is genuine mail and if you'll miss it once deleted.
    Quote Originally Posted by maschimidt View Post
    I do not know why the messages are in Defer since my queue is clean
    If you don't know why the mail is deferred nor whether it's 'genuine' email then you'll have to decide whether the answer to my highlighted text above is yes or no and proceed to either delete it or keep it and try and get it delivered.
    Regards


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