Postfix: Delete Mail from Mailq

Just like other MTAs, Postfix stores mails in a queue to process them for sending. For whatever reason, one may want to delete a particular mail from the mail queue.

Using Postfix’s postsuper command, you can easily accomplish this task.

To delete mail from mail queue, you require its ID (mail id). This can easily be obtained by running the mailq command:
Computing-tips.net mailq

You can now delete the mail by issuing the command: postsuper -d MailID where MailID is the ID as shown above.
Computing-tips.net postsuper -D
To delete all the mails in the mailq, use the command postsuper -d ALL .

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Update Firmware on your Linksys Wrt120n Router

Update firmware - wrt120n Router

If you are having issues with your Linksys router – wrt120n, its time to update your firmware.
Most issues detected have been dealt with by the latest firmware release.

These are some of the problems that have been addressed:

  • Issue with some error messaging problems when configuring a Static router using the WAN option
  • Problems with Multicast traffic
  • Anomalies with DHCP lease
  • Improperly display issues when using Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox
  • Problems with port translation
  • Resolve some QOS setting issue in the User Interface.
  • Problems regarding connectivity with Intel Centrino 2200BG
  • Inconsistencies with reset button behavior

Follow these instructions to reset Linksys Wrt120n to default settings

HP Quiting PC Business ?

Is it true that HP is stopping PC business? The other day I read somewhere that they are retiring Touchpad in preparation to quit PC business all together. I like HP and my laptop  – Presario CQ50 is darling! Never had any serious issues with this model. Installing  Drivers and Application was a breeze. I am a fan of XP! So you are right I down graded!

Computing-tips.net HP CQ50

I am sad.

Digbsy = IM + Email + Facebook + Other Social Media Services

Nowadays there are many IM services all over and installing various applications associated (e.g: Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live Messenger,  Google talk and the list goes on ) with each can quickly clog up your system with a lot programs. Working with all your accounts  from all these services  will  require each application to be on.  Have you ever tried to have your both yahoo accounts logged on to messenger services? Then you know what I mean – Impossible.

Well, not anymore. Enter Disby.   With Disby, you can log into all your IM accounts and interestingly Facebook! IF you have many accounts from one provider, you can also log them too – all in one application. Check it out and enjoy

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