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NAME

       exiqgrep - Search in the exim queue

SYNOPSIS

       exiqgrep [-a] [-c]

DESCRIPTION

       The  exiqgrep  utility  is  a Perl script which offers possibilities to
       grep in the exim queue output. Unlike exiqsumm, it  invokes  exim  -bpu
       itself and does not need to be invoked in a pipe.

OPTIONS

       -h        Print help

       -f <regexp>
                 Match sender address (field is “< >” wrapped)

       -r <regexp>
                 Match recipient address

       -s <regexp>
                 Match against the site field from long output

       -y <seconds>
                 Message younger than

       -o <seconds>
                 Message older than

       -z        Frozen messages only (exclude non-frozen)

       -x        Non-frozen messages only (exclude frozen)

       -c        Display match count

       -l        Long Format [Default]

       -i        Message IDs only

       -b        Brief Format

       -R        Reverse order

BUGS

       This  manual page needs a major re-work. If somebody knows better groff
       than us and has more experience in writing manual  pages,  any  patches
       would be greatly appreciated.

SEE ALSO

       exim(8), /usr/share/doc/exim4-base/

AUTHOR

       This  manual  page  was  stitched together from the source code by Marc
       Haber <mh+debian-packages@zugschlus.de>, using the exiqsumm man page by
       Andreas  Metzler  <ametzler  at  downhill.at.eu.org>,  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux    system    (but     may     be     used     by     others).

                                March 26, 2003                     EXIQGREP(8)