Re: what is clientmqueue and how do I get rid of it?
From: Hemal Pandya (hemalpandya_at_gmail.com)
Date: 26 Jan 2005 13:40:32 -0800
Thanks. I read somewhere that NONE totally disables sendmail and
assumed that would take care of this issue, but it didn't. From what I
understand, setting it to NO would clear out the clientmqueue but also
deliver mail, which is not what I want. Am I wrong?
Grand Poohbah wrote:
> Another option is to set your
> this will disable a Sendmail Deamon for incoming email, but still
> local mail deliver queues enabled for you cron jobs.
> the client mqueue is essentialy the "pickup" queue for local mail
> altho if i remember right you can still send to remote server, it
> doesn't recieve mail from remote servers anymore with sendmail set to
> I think it used to be SUBMIT, but now is NO, NONE & YES
> "Hemal Pandya" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Hello,
> > I am running freebsd 4.9. I get lots of files in the directory
> > /var/spool/clientmqueue. I do not need any mail services on this
> > machine and I have sendmail_enable="NONE" in rc.conf.
> > How do I ensure no files get generated in this directory?
> > Thanks in advance.