mlmmj-bounce -L /path/to/list [-a john=doe.org | -d] [-n num | -p]
-a: Address string that bounces
-d: Parse the mail to extract the address via the DSN (RFC1891)
-h: This help
-L: Full path to list directory
-n: Message number in the archive that bounced
-p: Send out a probe
-V: Print version
mlmmj-bounce is used to handle mails that are bouncing. When a mail arrives to the system, mlmmj-bounce will register in <listdir>/bounce/<addrstring> info about which number that bounced at what time. An example of such a line could be:
109:1094409801 # Sun Sep 5 20:43:21 2004
The above shows that message number 109 bounced 1094409801 seconds after epoch which is in human date stamps is Sunday September 5th 20:43:21 2004.
The last bounce mail received to the address is saved in <listdir>/bounce/<addrstring>.lastmsg.
When the -p option is used it sends out a probe email including info that it's a bounce probe and a list of the bounced message numbers. The existance of a <listdir>/bounce/<addrstring>.probe file indicates that a probe have been sent out.
This manual page was written by the following persons:
Søren Boll Overgaard <email@example.com> (based on html2man output)
Mads Martin Jørgensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>