received date and reconstruct
Earl R Shannon
ershanno at unity.ncsu.edu
Thu Nov 20 11:01:28 EST 2003
Call it a case of not thinking outside the box I suppose.
We have standalone machines that are our IMAP servers.
Which means that anything they do is basically cyrus
We also have the cron job send us a piece of email.
We have a wrapper for our cron jobs that collects
STDOUT and STDERR and mails it to a specified address.
It was easier to use the in place infrastructure of cron
and our wrapper than do something as an event.
Ken Murchison wrote:
> Earl R Shannon wrote:
>> I'd suggest you investigate the ipurge command that comes with
>> cyrus. It can be run from a cron job and delete messages
> Why would you put it in crontab instead of an EVENT in cyrus.conf?
> Wouldn't it make more sense to keep all Cyrus-related processes in one
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