GWIA: Additional SMTP-Queue

Hi,

this belongs to GW2014R2.

I created a additional SMTP-Queue for the GWIA and get the sub-Dirs
receive, result and send (.../test/send; .../test/receive; .../test/
result).
OK

Where I can read about the HowTo to copy the mails form one dir (e.g. .../
test/send to .../wpgate/gwia/send)?

If I copy a mail it is send multiple times until it is copied completely.
It seems that the GWIA catch the mail immediately when the file is created
and send it regardless if the copying is finish.

Is there a look to the first sign of the filename?

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  • In article <uavvA.988$tn5.881@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Bernd wrote:
    > Where I can read about the HowTo to copy the mails form one dir (e.g. .../
    > test/send to .../wpgate/gwia/send)?


    First big question is what server OS is this?
    Next is how are you doing the copying?
    Are they on the same volume/file system?

    Running on SLES (both on EXT3 and NSS file systems) and using Midnight
    Commander's Move has never seen the behaviour you are describing.
    Do you need a copy, or would a move work for you? There is a big difference
    of how things work on the file system between a copy and a move, especially
    if they are on the same file system.


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  • If you create the file with leading character as 'x', ie, x1234567.000 then GWIA will not process it. After the file creation, then rename the file to s1234567.000



    --Morris




    >>> bernd<bnacht@web.de> 3/7/2017 2:36 AM >>>



    Hi,




    this belongs to GW2014R2.




    I created a additional SMTP-Queue for the GWIA and get the sub-Dirs

    receive, result and send (.../test/send; .../test/receive; .../test/

    result).

    OK




    Where I can read about the HowTo to copy the mails form one dir (e.g. .../

    test/send to .../wpgate/gwia/send)?




    If I copy a mail it is send multiple times until it is copied completely.

    It seems that the GWIA catch the mail immediately when the file is created

    and send it regardless if the copying is finish.




    Is there a look to the first sign of the filename?
  • Am Tue, 07 Mar 2017 20:42:05 0000 schrieb Morris Blackham:

    > If you create the file with leading character as 'x', ie, x1234567.000
    > then GWIA will not process it. After the file creation, then rename
    > the file to s1234567.000


    Yepp, this shows like the info I need. Thank you!

    There are files with an 's', an 'r' and an 'x' as the first char.
    s is for 'send'
    x is for ? (do nothing?)
    r is for ?

    And with kind of info shows the files in the dir 'result'? The files in
    this dir are deleted immediately.

    Bernd

  • Am Tue, 07 Mar 2017 20:11:24 0000 schrieb Andy Konecny:

    > In article <uavvA.988$tn5.881@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Bernd
    > wrote:
    >> Where I can read about the HowTo to copy the mails form one dir (e.g.
    >> .../
    >> test/send to .../wpgate/gwia/send)?

    >
    > First big question is what server OS is this?

    SLES

    > Next is how are you doing the copying?

    this is done by an delphi prg. at a windows host.

    > Are they on the same volume/file system?

    No, it is an SMB-Share.

    (...)

    > Do you need a copy, or would a move work for you?

    No it should be transferred to an other file system. So a copy (and a
    delete) is needed.

    > There is a big
    > difference of how things work on the file system between a copy and a
    > move, especially if they are on the same file system.

    Yepp, a copy need much more time ;-)
    I assume that this a problem here.

    But Morris shows me the needed info.

    Bernd
  • In article <gmFvA.1007$tn5.813@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Bernd
    wrote:
    > Yepp, a copy need much more time ;-)
    > I assume that this a problem here.


    Well my suggestion is to copy it to another location on the file system
    GWIA is running from, such as to wpgate/gwia/holding and then move
    them over to /wpgate/gwia/send
    Or you can use Morris' suggestion.
    Might r be for receive?

    Either way two options of two steps to get there, double your fun. ;)


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