I have noticed that even when Postfix is not running on my machine, I can still "send" emails. Actually they are being queued in /var/spool/postfix/maildrop. But once Postfix is started again, these emails will be sent out.
I have fully functional mail server which uses maildrop as a delivery agent. Now i need to implement quota for each mailbox. I've found some articles which describes quota configuration with patch to postfix - but i found some posts that patched postfix quota functionality works only when virtual delivery agent is used.
I'm using maildrop and spamassassin from .qmail (on an uberspace.de host), and modified my filter settings.
now I want to "refilter" my inbox, because it contains about 5k spam mails, which would be correctly handled now.
is there any way to run maildrop manually, using my existing inbox (or a copy of it) as the input, so it filters them all again?