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There are a ton of programs listed here under "Run/Configuration/Queue/User management"

Just curious if anyone has used these and what is recommended. Basically I want to see what is going on with my queue, view/manage different user account, and any problems/bottlenecks. pfqueue is decent but is command line based. Basically I'm looking for the phpMyAdmin of postfix. Thanks!

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However it just manages domain, domain admins, accounts, etc. Not the queues or the actual config of the server.

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+1 for postfixadmin. But, the value of being able to troubleshoot and investigate with the inbuilt tools is priceless – Ben Quick Jul 31 '09 at 9:11
Cool, looks awesome. If it had some performance metrics would be perfect! – Brian Armstrong Jul 31 '09 at 21:46

This might be a bit heavier than what you're looking for, but Webmin's Postfix module (which is a standard module) will provide you with the tools you want - including the ability to look at the queue, look inside mailboxes, etc.

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Wow that has a TON of features, one small part of which is Postfix. Not sure it's perfect, but thanks for the submission! – Brian Armstrong Jul 31 '09 at 21:45
We've used it for some time. Just don't use it to manipulate the aliases file (there's an occasional bug) but otherwise, it's fine. – Avery Payne Jul 31 '09 at 23:27

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