mailq command and I got a line like for example:
A705238B4C 603953 Wed May 23 11:09:58 email@example.com
So, now I’m wondering is there a way where I can “read” an actual content of the mail by it’s id
The best way is to make use of the
postcat -q A705238B4C
At least the system I can look at right now,
/var/spool/postfix is the master directory. Subdirectories of that which matter include
bounce, etc. Queued files may be stored using the full file name (
A705238B4C) or with some level of hashing depth (
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