Postfix queue?

Paul Franklin yugm6161 at
Fri Apr 23 17:06:00 CEST 2010

I don't know the port number.  Is there a way to ascertain it?Thinking that it might help, I issued/kolab/bin/openpkg rc all restartand the number reported by/kolab/sbin/postqueue -pdropped to 78.  But again, there it sits.--Paul
--- On Fri, 4/23/10, Luca Fornasari <luca.fornasari at> wrote:

From: Luca Fornasari <luca.fornasari at>
Subject: Re: Postfix queue?
To: "Paul Douglas Franklin" <pdf6161 at>
Cc: "Kolab Users" <kolab-users at>
Date: Friday, April 23, 2010, 5:58 AM

Hi Paul,

It looks like one of the applications listening on died.
Those applications are amavisd, kolabfilter and alike.
Do you have any other information like the port number on
Knowing port number can tell us what application crashed.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Postfix queue?
From: Paul Douglas Franklin <pdf6161 at>
To: Kolab Users <kolab-users at>
Date: Friday, April 23, 2010 8:34:49 AM
> My server is in a similar situation, but I don't know why it stopped.
> When I issued the postqueue -p command, it said of 97 requests:
> (delivery temporarily suspended:  connect to Connection refused)
> After I issued the -f command, it dropped down to 94 such.  And there it
> stubbornly sits.  Ideas?
> --Paul
>> Mike,
>> '/kolab/sbin/postqueue -p' -> read the queue
>> 'kolab/sbin/postqueue -f' -> flush the queue
>> Cheers
>> Luca
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Postfix queue?
>> From: Michael Harnden <mike at>
>> To: kolab-users at
>> Date: Friday, April 16, 2010 6:46:50 PM
>>> My server installation stopped delivering emails overnight due to a 
>>> corrupt clamav database. I am in the process of updating clam to the 
>>> latest version so I have temporarily disabled in in Kolab. My 
>>> question is there a way to retrieve the mail that the delivery failed 
>>> on overnight?

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