mailstat command is a Linux utility that displays the status of incoming mail. It is used to check the status of incoming email messages on a Linux system. This command is very useful for system administrators who need to monitor the status of incoming email messages on their servers.
mailstat command is very simple to use. Simply type
mailstat in the command line, and the status of incoming email messages will be displayed. The output of the command will show the number of incoming email messages that are waiting to be read.
Here are some examples of how to use the
This will display the status of incoming email messages.
mailstat command has only one option:
|None||Displays the status of incoming email messages.|
mailstat command returns an error message, it is possible that the email server is down or there is a problem with the email configuration. In this case, check the email server logs to see if there are any error messages. If there are no error messages, check the email configuration to ensure that it is correct.
mailstatcommand is usually installed by default on most Linux systems.
mailstatcommand only displays the status of incoming email messages and does not provide any other information about the email messages.