The drain pipe under my sink is made of copper and has a couple of small holes just before it goes into the wall (and eventually leads out to a greywater tank). The picture below is taken from beneath the pipe showing it entering the wall which I had slightly broken into during my investigation.
The copper feels thin.
Since the water isn't under much pressure, is there an easy way to repair the holes? It's a pain working under the sink, and I'd rather not break any further into the wall if I can avoid it.