I have voicemail setup to be sent by email and be deleted after sending today my hosting provider blocked email now I see a error message in the dashboard “Mail Queue 18 messages are queued on this machine and have not been delivered” /var/spool/asterisk/voicemail/default only has one test message from when I turned off “Delete Voicemail” does anyone know where the queued messages are located, because my hosting provider told me I need to reboot my server for their unblock of email to take effect and I’m afraid the queued messages will be deleted then any help is greatly appreciated
thanks for replying /var/spool/mail/* is empty I’m using Gmail to send out email if that helps
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mailq return anything ?
204B04239986 504 Tue Oct 27 14:53:49 firstname.lastname@example.org
(connect to smtp.gmail.com[2607:f8b0:400d:c0b::6d]:587: Network is unreachable)
– 5617 Kbytes in 20 Requests.
yes there’s a bunch of these messages which I have to take out the email addresses to be able to post
Unless you have a working routable IPv6 address , Ignore the ipV6 ‘unreachable messages’, immediately following/preceding should be ipV4 related messages.
grep -v '::' to filter them out
If you will post test and not a picture , I might
Basically your ISP will not allow traffic between you and Gmail. You will have to call them to have them re-allow that.
that part I know they have already opened email I’m looking for the files that are pending to be sent because my hosting provider told me I need to reboot the server before my outgoing emails will start working, I want to download all the pending voicemails before rebooting
I want to manually download all the audio recording files of the pending email voicemails
Depending on your MTA, they will be spooled somewhere in (for example /var/spool/postfix/* if postfix is your MTA) but they will be not files per se but base64 encoded ‘streams’ of the voicemail embedded in the emails.
If you told the system to delete voicemails after sending them to email, its gonna be kinda long winded and not particularly simple , best to have your ISP fix the problem then ‘flush’ the queue
will a reboot delete anything in the queue
Normally, no they shouldn’t, but if you don’t do it in the next couple of days, they will be slowly ‘flushed’ by your mail server.
thanks for the help
after hard resetting my instance from the Vultr console their email block has been removed and all the pending messages were sent out successfully, they recently started blocking automatically SMTP Port’s 25 137 138 139 445 587 168, I told them,
constructive feedback I have used vultr for a long time in my production environment I have never send out one piece of spam email this block severely affected my business today, I would have appreciated if they could email me to verify my email use case before blocking an giving me a few days notice like they do with the maintenance alert
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