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postkick



SYNOPSIS

       postkick [-c config_dir] [-v] class service request


DESCRIPTION

       The  postkick  command sends request to the specified ser­
       vice over a local transport channel.  This  command  makes
       Postfix  private  IPC  accessible for use in, for example,
       shell scripts.

       Options:

       -c config_dir
              Read the main.cf configuration file  in  the  named
              directory  instead  of  the  default  configuration
              directory.

       -v     Enable verbose logging for debugging purposes. Mul­
              tiple  -v  options  make  the software increasingly
              verbose.

       Arguments:

       class  Name of a class of  local  transport  channel  end­
              points,  either  public  (accessible  by  any local
              user) or private (administrative access only).

       service
              The name of a local transport endpoint  within  the
              named class.

       request
              A  string.  The  list of valid requests is service-
              specific.


DIAGNOSTICS

       Problems and transactions are logged to the standard error
       stream.


ENVIRONMENT

       MAIL_CONFIG
              Directory with Postfix configuration files.

       MAIL_VERBOSE
              Enable verbose logging for debugging purposes.


CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

       The  following  main.cf parameters are especially relevant
       to this program. See the Postfix main.cf file  for  syntax
       details and for default values.

       queue_directory
              Location of the Postfix queue, and of the local IPC

       Yorktown Heights, NY 10598, USA

                                                      POSTKICK(1)
  
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