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[ Nigel Metheringham           Nigel.Metheringham@??? ]
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Hi all, we have the following entry for retries in our configure file

# Address or Domain    Error       Retries
# -----------------    -----       -------


*                      *           F,2h,15m; G,16h,2h,1.5; F,8d,8h


So I figure there should be no email in the queue older than 8 days. But
our little cron job which emails me a list of what is in the queue each
night shows the following


  1C0dBQ-00065g-Gd from: <owner-balloon@???> : 17 days.
                balloonlist@???:  SMTP error from
remote mailer after RCPT TO


A quick exim -bp confirms this to be the case, the above is just a
sample there are lots of jobs over 8 days old. Anybody give me a pointer
to what I am doing wrong

A exim -bV gives Exim version 4.41 #1 built 22-Jul-2004 15:52:20

and it is running on latest fedora core 2

Ron

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Ron McKeating
Senior IT Services Specialist
Internet Services and Software Solutions
Loughborough University
01509 222329



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# the files/directories as shown below.
# STEP 3: Run the 'patch' program with this file as input.
#
# These are the commands needed to create/delete files/directories:
#
mkdir 'Local'
chmod 0755 'Local'
mkdir 'Local/rh6.x'
chmod 0755 'Local/rh6.x'
touch 'Local/exim-base.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/exim-base.m4'
touch 'Local/exim-ldap.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/exim-ldap.m4'
touch 'Local/exim-mysql.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/exim-mysql.m4'
touch 'Local/exim-perl.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/exim-perl.m4'
touch 'Local/exim-pgsql.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/exim-pgsql.m4'
touch 'Local/eximon.conf'
chmod 0644 'Local/eximon.conf'
touch 'Local/merge_conf.pl'
chmod 0644 'Local/merge_conf.pl'
touch 'Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4'
touch 'Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4'
chmod 0644 'Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4'
#
# This command terminates the shell and need not be executed manually.
exit
#
#### End of Preamble ####

#### Patch data follows ####
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/exim-base.m4'
Index: ./Local/exim-base.m4
*** ./Local/exim-base.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/exim-base.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:32:40 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,72 ----
+ # Base config/make file for exim build
+ #
+ # Start with the base configuration
+ include(../src/EDITME)
+ #
+ # Now add in the differences
+ #
+ # User ID
+ EXIM_USER=exim
+ #
+ # Command locations
+ CHOWN_COMMAND=/bin/chown
+ CHGRP_COMMAND=/bin/chgrp
+ COMPRESS_COMMAND=/bin/gzip
+ ZCAT_COMMAND=/bin/zcat
+ 
+ #
+ # Exim object locations
+ BIN_DIRECTORY=/usr/sbin
+ CONFIGURE_FILE=/etc/exim/exim4.conf
+ LOG_FILE_PATH=/var/log/exim/%s.log
+ PID_FILE_PATH=/var/run/exim.pid
+ SPOOL_DIRECTORY=/var/spool/exim
+ #
+ # Security configuration
+ EXIM_UID=93
+ EXIM_GID=93
+ USE_TCP_WRAPPERS=yes
+ #
+ # Authentication support
+ AUTH_CRAM_MD5=yes
+ AUTH_PLAINTEXT=yes
+ AUTH_SPA=yes
+ SUPPORT_PAM=yes
+ #
+ # IPv6 support
+ HAVE_IPV6=yes
+ #
+ # Basic Lookup support - others may be pulled in by other configs 
+ LOOKUP_DBM=yes
+ LOOKUP_DNSDB=yes
+ LOOKUP_DSEARCH=yes
+ LOOKUP_LSEARCH=yes
+ LOOKUP_CDB=yes
+ LOOKUP_NIS=yes
+ LOOKUP_NISPLUS=yes
+ LOOKUP_PASSWD=yes
+ LOOKUP_WILDLSEARCH=yes
+ #
+ # Mailbox support
+ SUPPORT_MAILDIR=yes
+ SUPPORT_MAILSTORE=yes
+ SUPPORT_MBX=yes
+ #
+ # Transports
+ TRANSPORT_LMTP=yes
+ #
+ # TLS/SSL
+ SUPPORT_TLS=yes
+ TLS_LIBS=-lssl -lcrypto
+ TLS_INCLUDE=-I/usr/kerberos/include
+ #
+ # DBM/Libraries etc
+ USE_DB=yes
+ DBMLIB=-ldb
+ CFLAGS=-g -O2
+ EXTRALIBS=-lwrap -lpam -ldl
+ #
+ # Info directory
+ INFO_DIRECTORY=/usr/share/info
+ #
+ # End
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/exim-ldap.m4'
Index: ./Local/exim-ldap.m4
*** ./Local/exim-ldap.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/exim-ldap.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,13 ----
+ # Exim Build config/make file for exim with LDAP
+ #
+ # pull in all the standard configs
+ include(../Local/exim-base.m4)
+ #
+ # and add LDAP
+ LOOKUP_LDAP=yes
+ #
+ LDAP_LIB_TYPE=OPENLDAP2
+ LOOKUP_INCLUDE=
+ LOOKUP_LIBS=-lldap -llber
+ #
+ # End
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/exim-mysql.m4'
Index: ./Local/exim-mysql.m4
*** ./Local/exim-mysql.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/exim-mysql.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,11 ----
+ # Exim Build config/make file for exim with perl
+ #
+ # pull in all the standard configs
+ include(../Local/exim-perl.m4)
+ #
+ # and add a mysql lookup set
+ LOOKUP_MYSQL=yes
+ LOOKUP_INCLUDE=${LOOKUP_INCLUDE} -I/usr/include/mysql
+ LOOKUP_LIBS=${LOOKUP_LIBS} -L/usr/lib/mysql -lmysqlclient
+ #
+ # End
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/exim-perl.m4'
Index: ./Local/exim-perl.m4
*** ./Local/exim-perl.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/exim-perl.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,9 ----
+ # Exim Build config/make file for exim with perl
+ #
+ # pull in all the standard configs
+ include(../Local/exim-ldap.m4)
+ #
+ # and add perl
+ EXIM_PERL=perl.o
+ #
+ # End
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/exim-pgsql.m4'
Index: ./Local/exim-pgsql.m4
*** ./Local/exim-pgsql.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/exim-pgsql.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,14 ----
+ # Exim Build config/make file for exim with perl & pgsql
+ #
+ # pull in all the standard configs
+ include(../Local/exim-base.m4)
+ #
+ # and add perl
+ EXIM_PERL=perl.o
+ #
+ # and PGSQL
+ LOOKUP_PGSQL=yes
+ LOOKUP_INCLUDE=${LOOKUP_INCLUDE} -I/usr/include/pgsql
+ LOOKUP_LIBS=${LOOKUP_LIBS} -lpq
+ #
+ # End
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/eximon.conf'
Index: ./Local/eximon.conf
*** ./Local/eximon.conf    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/eximon.conf    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
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+ ##################################################
+ #                The Exim Monitor                #
+ ##################################################
+ 
+ # This is the template for the Exim monitor's main build-time configuration
+ # file. It contains settings that are independent of any operating system. It
+ # should be edited and then saved to a file called Local/eximon.conf before
+ # running the make command to build the monitor, if any settings are required.
+ # Local/eximon.conf can be empty if no changes are needed. The examples given
+ # here (commented out) are the default settings.
+ 
+ # Any settings made in the configuration file can be overridden at run time
+ # by setting up an environment variable with the same name as any of these
+ # options, but preceded by EXIMON_, for example, EXIMON_WINDOW_TITLE.
+ 
+ 
+ ##################################################################
+ #      Set these variables as appropriate for your system        #
+ ##################################################################
+ 
+ # The qualifying name for your domain. The only use made of this is for
+ # testing that certain addresses are the same when displaying the
+ # log tail, and for shortening sender addresses in the queue display.
+ 
+ # QUALIFY_DOMAIN=
+ 
+ # The default minimum width and height for the whole window are 103 and
+ # 162 pixels respectively. This is enough to hold the left-most stripchart
+ # and the quit button. The values can be changed here.
+ 
+ # MIN_HEIGHT=162
+ # MIN_WIDTH=103
+ 
+ # If you uncomment the following setting, the window will start up at
+ # its minimum size, instead of the default maximum. There may be a quick
+ # flash during the start-up process. Defining it this way allows it to be
+ # overridden by an environment variable.
+ 
+ # START_SMALL=${EXIMON_START_SMALL-yes}
+ 
+ # The title for eximon's main display window. It is possible to have
+ # host name of the machine you are running on substituted into the
+ # title string. If you include the string ${fullhostname} then the
+ # complete name is used. If you include ${hostname} then the full
+ # host name will have the string contained in the DOMAIN variable
+ # stripped from its right-hand end before being substituted. Any other
+ # shell or environment variables may also be included.
+ 
+ # If you use any substitutions, remember to ensure that the $ and {}
+ # characters are escaped from the shell, e.g. by using single quotes.
+ 
+ # WINDOW_TITLE="${hostname} eximon"
+ 
+ # The domain that you want to be stripped from the machine's full hostname
+ # when forming the short host name for the eximon window title, as
+ # described above.
+ 
+ # DOMAIN=
+ 
+ # Parameters for the rolling display of the tail of the exim log file.
+ # The width and depth are measured in pixels; LOG_BUFFER specifies the
+ # amount of store to set aside for holding the log tail, which is displayed
+ # in a scrolling window. When this store is full, the earlier 50% of it
+ # is discarded - this is much more efficient that throwing it away line
+ # by line. The number given can be followed by the letter K to indicate
+ # that the value is in kilobytes. A minimum value of 1K is enforced.
+ 
+ # LOG_DEPTH=300
+ # LOG_WIDTH=950
+ # LOG_BUFFER=20K
+ 
+ # The font which is used in the log tail display. This is defined in
+ # the normal X manner. It must be a "character cell" font, because this
+ # is required by the text widget.
+ 
+ # LOG_FONT=-misc-fixed-medium-r-normal-*-14-140-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1
+ 
+ # Parameters for the display of message that are on the exim queue.
+ # The width and depth are measured in pixels.
+ 
+ # QUEUE_DEPTH=200
+ # QUEUE_WIDTH=950
+ 
+ # The font which is used in the queue display.
+ 
+ # QUEUE_FONT=$LOG_FONT
+ 
+ # When a message has more than one undelivered address, they are listed
+ # one below the other. A limit can be placed on the number of addresses
+ # displayed for any one message. If there are more, then "..." is used
+ # to indicate this.
+ 
+ # QUEUE_MAX_ADDRESSES=10
+ 
+ # The display of the contents of the queue is updated every QUEUE_INTERVAL
+ # seconds by default (there is a button to request update).
+ 
+ # QUEUE_INTERVAL=300
+ 
+ # The size of the popup text window that is used for looking at the
+ # contents of messages, etc.
+ 
+ # TEXT_DEPTH=200
+ 
+ # The keystroke/mouse-operation that is used to pop up the menu in the
+ # queue window is configurable. The default is Shift with the lefthand
+ # mouse button. The name of an alternative can be specified in the standard
+ # X way of naming these things. With the default configuration for the monitor,
+ # individuals can override this by setting the EXIMON_MENU_EVENT environment
+ # variable.
+ 
+ # MENU_EVENT='Shift<Btn1Down>'
+ 
+ # When the menu is used to perform an operation on a message, the output
+ # from the exim command that is generated is displayed in a separate window
+ # by default. Set this option to "no" if you don't want to see the output -
+ # the result of the operation is normally visible in the log window in any
+ # case. This does not apply to the output generated from attempting to
+ # deliver a message. That is always shown.
+ 
+ # ACTION_OUTPUT=yes
+ 
+ # When some action is taken on a message, such as freezing it, or changing
+ # its recipients, the queue display is normally automatically updated. On
+ # systems that have very large queues, this can take some time and be dis-
+ # tracting. If this option is set to "no", the queue display is no longer
+ # automatically updated after an action is applied to a message.
+ 
+ # ACTION_QUEUE_UPDATE=yes
+ 
+ # When the menu item to display a message's body is invoked, the amount
+ # of data is limited to BODY_MAX bytes. This limit is a safety precaution
+ # to save the screen scrolling for ever on an enormous message.
+ 
+ # BODY_MAX=20000
+ 
+ # The stripcharts are updated every STRIPCHART_INTERVAL seconds.
+ 
+ # STRIPCHART_INTERVAL=60
+ 
+ # A stripchart showing the count of messages in the queue is always
+ # displayed on the left of eximon's window. Its name is "queue" by
+ # default, but can be changed by this variable.
+ 
+ # QUEUE_STRIPCHART_NAME=queue
+ 
+ # The following variable may be set to the name of a disc partition. If
+ # it is, a stripchart showing the percentage fullness of the partition
+ # will be displayed as the second stripchart. This can be used to keep
+ # a display of a mail spool partition on the screen.
+ 
+ # SIZE_STRIPCHART=/var/mail
+ 
+ # The name of the size stripchart will be the last component of SIZE_STRIPCHART
+ # unless the following variable is set to override it.
+ 
+ # SIZE_STRIPCHART_NAME=space
+ 
+ # The following variable contains a specification of which stripcharts
+ # you want eximon to display based on log entries. The string consists of
+ # pairs of strings, delimited by slash characters. The first string in each
+ # pair is a regular expression that matches some distinguishing feature in a
+ # exim log entry.
+ 
+ # Entries that match the expression will be counted and displayed in a
+ # stripchart whose title is given by the second string. The string may
+ # be continued over several input lines, provided that it is split
+ # after a slash, and an additional slash (optionally preceded by white
+ # space) is included at the start of the continuation line.
+ 
+ # Stripcharts configured by the following parameter are displayed to the
+ # right of the queue and size stripcharts, in the order defined here.
+ 
+ # LOG_STRIPCHARTS='/ <= /in/
+ #                  / => /out/
+ #                  / => .+ D=/local/
+ #                  / => .+ T=[^ ]*smtp/smtp/'
+ 
+ # End of exim_monitor/EDITME
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/merge_conf.pl'
Index: ./Local/merge_conf.pl
*** ./Local/merge_conf.pl    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/merge_conf.pl    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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+ #!/usr/bin/perl
+ #
+ # Merges the configuration file fragments for
+ # and exim build together and spits out a list
+ # of build variable directives.
+ #
+ use strict;
+ use FileHandle;
+ 
+ sub read_file {
+   my $filename = shift;
+   my $vars = shift;
+ 
+   print "# Start $filename\n";
+   my $fh = FileHandle->new($filename, 'r') || die $!;
+   while (<$fh>) {
+     chomp;
+     if (/^\s*include\(([^\)]+)\)/) {
+       read_file($1, $vars);
+     } elsif (/^\s*(\w+)\s*(\+?=)\s*(.*)/) {
+       my $add = ($2 eq '+=');
+       my $var = $1;
+       my $val = $3;
+       $val =~ s/\$\{(\w+)\}/$vars->{$1}/e;
+       if ($add && exists($vars->{$var})) {
+     $vars->{$var} .= ' ' . $val;
+       } else {
+     $vars->{$var} = $val;
+       }
+     }
+   }
+   print "# End $filename\n";
+ }
+ 
+ # main
+ {
+   my $vars = {};
+   while($_ = shift) {
+     read_file($_, $vars);
+   }
+   my($k, $v);
+   while(($k, $v) = each %{$vars}) {
+     print "$k=$v\n";
+   }
+ }
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4'
Index: ./Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4
*** ./Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,13 ----
+ # Exim Build config/make file for exim with LDAP
+ #
+ # pull in all the standard configs
+ include(../Local/exim-base.m4)
+ #
+ # and add LDAP
+ LOOKUP_LDAP=yes
+ #
+ LDAP_LIB_TYPE=OPENLDAP1
+ LOOKUP_INCLUDE=
+ LOOKUP_LIBS=-lldap -llber
+ #
+ # End
diff -c /dev/null 'exim-4.14/Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4'
Index: ./Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4
*** ./Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4    Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
--- ./Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4    Mon Apr 14 12:13:09 2003
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*** 0 ****
--- 1,11 ----
+ # Exim Build config/make file for exim with perl
+ #
+ # pull in all the standard configs
+ include(../Local/exim-perl.m4)
+ #
+ # and add a mysql lookup set
+ LOOKUP_MYSQL=yes
+ LOOKUP_INCLUDE=${LOOKUP_INCLUDE} -I/usr/include/mysql
+ LOOKUP_LIBS=${LOOKUP_LIBS} -lmysqlclient
+ #
+ # End
#### End of Patch data ####


#### ApplyPatch data follows ####
# Data version        : 1.0
# Date generated      : Mon Apr 14 13:02:39 2003
# Generated by        : makepatch 2.00_07*
# Recurse directories : Yes
# Excluded files      : (\A|/).*\~\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.a\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.bak\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.BAK\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.elc\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.exe\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.gz\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.ln\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.o\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.obj\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.olb\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.old\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.orig\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.rej\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.so\Z
#                       (\A|/).*\.Z\Z
#                       (\A|/)\.del\-.*\Z
#                       (\A|/)\.make\.state\Z
#                       (\A|/)\.nse_depinfo\Z
#                       (\A|/)core\Z
#                       (\A|/)tags\Z
#                       (\A|/)TAGS\Z
# c 'Local/exim-base.m4' 0 1050319960 0100644
# c 'Local/exim-ldap.m4' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/exim-mysql.m4' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/exim-perl.m4' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/exim-pgsql.m4' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/eximon.conf' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/merge_conf.pl' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/rh6.x/exim-ldap.m4' 0 1050318789 0100644
# c 'Local/rh6.x/exim-mysql.m4' 0 1050318789 0100644
# C 'Local' 0 1050320080 040755
# C 'Local/rh6.x' 0 1050319262 040755
#### End of ApplyPatch data ####


#### End of Patch kit [created: Mon Apr 14 13:02:39 2003] ####
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