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configset GLOBAL priority = [VALUE]
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configset listname priority = [VALUE]
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Default Value : 10
Data Type     : integer
Category      : miscellany
Password Notes: The site master password is required to change the value.
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EXAMPLE:
configset listname priority = 15

The priority setting affects which domains and lists receive service
first when incoming messages are queued.  The higher the number, the
faster a domain or list is processed.

This setting is only meaningful if message queueing is in use, and if
qmail is not the message transport agent.

Incoming mail is processed by the mj_enqueue program.  mj_enqueue has
two command options, '-P' and '-p', which are used to determine the
priority given to the domain and mailing list to which the message is
delivered.  If these options are not used, mj_enqueue uses a default
value of 10.  Higher numbers mean faster service, and higher-numbered
domains will always receive faster service than lower-numbered domains,
regardless of the priority of lists within each domain.

Changes to this setting will not take effect until the createlist-regen
command has been run to regenerate the mail aliases.

See Also:
   help admin_domain
   help createlist

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