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Postfix Hold All Email Messages Using Linux Command

This is the Linux command to put all Email messages on hold in Postfix.

postsuper -h ALL

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Use this command to put on hold messages from [email protected]:

postqueue -p | awk β€˜BEGIN { RS = β€œβ€ } { if (7 == β€œ[email protected]” ) print 1 }’ | tr -d β€˜!*’ | postsuper -h

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Postfix Hold All Email Messages Using Linux Command was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by Karen Leaf

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