queue-pr - incoming mail control for GNATS
|queue-pr||[ -q | --queue ] [ -r | --run ]
[ -f filename | --file=filename ]
[ -m kbytes | --max-size=kbytes ]
[ -d database | --database=database ]
[ -h | --help ] [ -V | --version ]
‘queue-pr -q’ should run through a pipe(2V) via the mail aliases(5) mechanism to automatically place incoming bug reports in a queue directory for GNATS.
Run ‘queue-pr -r’ via cron(8) to periodically empty the GNATS queue, filing new bug reports in the database.
Always use one of -q | --queue or -r | --run (but not both), in each call to queue-pr. These are mutually exclusive functions in order to avoid collisions.
|-q, --queue||Accept standard input as an incoming mail message, placing this message in an incrementally numbered file in the database subdirectory gnats-queue for future handling.|
|-r, --run||Redirect files from the database subdirectory gnats-queue to file-pr(8) which files and creates index entries for each.|
|-f filename or --file=filename|
|Treat filename as input rather than reading from standard input (used with the --queue option).|
|-m kbytes, --max-size=kbytes|
|Do not process messages larger than
|-d database or --database=databasename|
|Used with the --queue or --run options, use the database named database rather than the database default or the database specified by the GNATSDB environment variable.|
|-h, --help||Displays a short usage message.|
|Displays the queue-pr version number.|
The GNATSDB environment variable is used to determine which database to use. For a local database, it contains the name of the database to access. If GNATSDB is not set, the database named default is used.
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