You can use the following most used cpanel server exim commands

Show the mail in queue for $name
exim -bp|grep $name

View message header
exim -Mvh $MSGID

View message body
exim -Mvb $MSGID

Force delivery of message
exim -M $MSGID

View the transact of message
exim -v -M $MSGID

Force delivery of one message
exim -M email-id

Force another queue run
exim -qf

Force another queue run and attempt to flush the frozen message
exim -qff

View the log for the message
exim -Mvl messageID

View the body of the message
exim -Mvb messageID

View the header of the message
exim -Mvh messageID

Remove message without sending any error message
exim -Mrm messageID

Giveup and fail message to bounce the message to the Sender
exim -Mg messageID

How much mail in the queue?
exim -bpr | grep “<” | wc -l

How many Frozen mails in the queue
exim -bpr | grep frozen | wc -l

Deleteing Frozen Messages
exim -bpr | grep frozen | awk {‘print $3’} | xargs exim -Mrm

To find out, how many messages are there in the mail queue:
exim -bpc

To check the mails in the queue:
exim -bp

To force exim update:
/scripts/eximup –force

Find most email IP

tail -1000 /var/log/exim_mainlog |grep ‘\[‘ |cut -d[ -f2 |cut -d] -f1|sort -n |uniq -c |sort -n 809
tail -2000 /var/log/exim_mainlog | grep public


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