I've a big fat qmail queue, mostly full of double bounces, waiting to
timeout. I've a wee script that'll work out the messages I want to remove
from the queue.
If I have a message /var/qmail/queue/mess/8/29381283, can I just remove
it, and the other two files associated with it:
/var/qmail/queue/remote/8/29381283 and /var/qmail/queue/info/8/29381283 ?
Will it break qmail ? I've seen programs like qmHandle, which removes
messages...but it shuts down qmail to do it. I really don't want to shut
down qmail while I'm doing this.
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