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Posted: 01 August 2006 at 8:15am | IP Logged Quote pjcunningham

Is it possible to have two instances of the Message Queue running on the same server?

The reason for this is because I want to send emails to low and high priority queues. The low priority queue is only enabled between 8 pm to 8 am (I use the net commands to stop and start the queue service from the Windows Scheduler). The high priority queue is always enabled.

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Paul
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Posted: 01 August 2006 at 10:35am | IP Logged Quote Alex

We have implemented multiqueue support in our MailBee Message Queue. Now, MMQ.exe can be executed with the following parameters:

mmq /i "Queue 1" - to install service
mmq /i+ "Queue 1" - to install & start service
mmq /u "Queue 1" - to stop service if it is running & uninstall

where "Queue 1" is the name of the service (you can also use it with 'net start' or 'net stop' commands).

Thus, please download the new version of MailBee Message Queue at:
http://www.afterlogic.com/updates/mmq.zip and replace "MMQ.exe" file in your MailBee Message Queue installation directory (for instance, C:\Program files\MMQ) with the new one.

Then, copy your Message Queue installation directory to the new folder (for instance, C:\Program files\MMQ2).

After that, you can organize two queues as follows:

- specify the path to the low priority queue by changing QueueDirPath value in mmq.ini file located in C:\Program files\MMQ folder;

- run mmq.exe located in C:\Program files\MMQ folder with the following parameter to install & start service:

mmq /i+ "Queue LP"

- specify the path to the high priority queue by changing QueueDirPath value in mmq.ini file located in C:\Program files\MMQ2 folder;

- run mmq.exe located in C:\Program files\MMQ2 folder with the following parameter to install & start service:

mmq /i+ "Queue HP"

Message Queue Control Panel is not modified yet. Thus, please do not use Message Queue Control Panel. You should manually modify mmq.ini file to change configuration.

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Posted: 01 August 2006 at 12:57pm | IP Logged Quote pjcunningham

Hello Alex,

Thank you very much for your fast response and solution.

Regards,

Paul
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