|EXIQGREP(8)||System Manager's Manual||EXIQGREP(8)|
exiqgrep - Search in the exim queue
exiqgrep [-h] [-C file] [-f regexp] [-r regexp] [-s regexp] [-y seconds] [-o seconds] [-z] [-x] [-G queuename] [-c] [-l] [-i] [-b] [-R] [-a]
The exiqgrep utility is a Perl script which offers possibilities to grep in the exim queue output. Unlike exiqsumm, it invokes exim -bpu itself and does not need to be invoked in a pipe.
- Print help
- -C <config>
- Specify which exim.conf to use
- -E <path>
- Specify a path for the exim binary, overriding the built-in one.
- -f <regexp>
- Match sender address (field is “< >” wrapped)
- -r <regexp>
- Match recipient address
- -s <regexp>
- Match against the size field from long output
- -y <seconds>
- Message younger than
- -o <seconds>
- Message older than
- Frozen messages only (exclude non-frozen)
- Non-frozen messages only (exclude frozen)
- -G <queuename>
- Match in given queue only
- Display match count
- Long Format [Default]
- Message IDs only
- Brief Format
- Reverse order
- All recipients (including delivered)
At least one selection option, or either the -c or -h option, must be given.
This manual page needs a major re-work. If somebody knows better groff than us and has more experience in writing manual pages, any patches would be greatly appreciated.
This manual page was stitched together from the source code by Marc Haber <firstname.lastname@example.org>, using the exiqsumm man page by Andreas Metzler <ametzler at downhill.at.eu.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
|January 27, 2022|