Provided by: exim_3.36-18ubuntu1_i386 bug

NAME

       exinext - program to extract information from exim retry database

SYNOPSIS

       exinext domain

DESCRIPTION

       A utility called exinext (mostly a perl script) provides the ability to
       fish specific information out of  the  retry  database.  Given  a  mail
       domain  (or a complete address), it looks up the hosts for that domain,
       and outputs any retry information. At present, the retry information is
       obtained  by  running  exim_dumpdb  (see below) and post-processing the
       output. For example:

         exinext piglet@milne.fict.book
         kanga.milne.fict.book:100.100.8.1 error 146: Connection refused
           first failed: 21-Feb-1996 14:57:34
           last tried:   21-Feb-1996 14:57:34
           next try at:  21-Feb-1996 15:02:34
         roo.milne.fict.book:100.100.8.3 error 146: Connection refused
           first failed: 20-Jan-1996 13:12:08
           last tried:   21-Feb-1996 11:42:03
           next try at:  21-Feb-1996 19:42:03
           past final cutoff time

       You can also give exinext a local local_part, without a domain, and  it
       will  give  any  retry  information for it. Exinext is not particularly
       efficient, but then it isn’t expected to be run very often.

SEE ALSO

       There is extensive documentation available in  /usr/share/doc/exim  and
       in the info system regarding exim.  Please be sure to have the exim-doc
       package installed.

AUTHOR

       This  manual  page  was  stitched   together   by   Christoph   Lameter
       <clameter@debian.org>  from  the original documentation coming with the
       sourcepackage for the Debian GNU/Linux system.

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