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authorGregory Neil Shapiro <gshapiro@FreeBSD.org>2011-06-14 03:55:17 +0000
committerGregory Neil Shapiro <gshapiro@FreeBSD.org>2011-06-14 03:55:17 +0000
commita5629fe2522993df9f8beeb0255f9a46a06e8d98 (patch)
tree3da31162aa07f4cb18ea5da754f721c4e84a21c5
parent09b16018d032d94de7fbaf59c4d6fc4a43c4d610 (diff)
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Import sendmail 8.14.5
Notes
Notes: svn path=/vendor/sendmail/dist/; revision=223063
-rw-r--r--CACerts69
-rw-r--r--KNOWNBUGS10
-rw-r--r--LICENSE24
-rw-r--r--PGPKEYS219
-rw-r--r--RELEASE_NOTES66
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-bsd4.4.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-hpux10.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-hpux9.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-linux.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-mpeix.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-nextstep3.3.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-osf1.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-solaris.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-sunos4.1.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/generic-ultrix4.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/cf/submit.cf13
-rw-r--r--cf/feature/ldap_routing.m436
-rw-r--r--cf/m4/cfhead.m45
-rw-r--r--cf/m4/proto.m48
-rw-r--r--cf/m4/version.m46
-rw-r--r--cf/ostype/solaris11.m422
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/qtool.pl4
-rw-r--r--devtools/OS/Darwin.10.x25
-rw-r--r--doc/op/op.me12
-rw-r--r--doc/op/op.ps7369
-rw-r--r--include/sm/conf.h22
-rw-r--r--libmilter/docs/overview.html4
-rw-r--r--libmilter/docs/smfi_stop.html4
-rw-r--r--libmilter/docs/xxfi_envrcpt.html7
-rw-r--r--libmilter/engine.c22
-rw-r--r--libmilter/sm_gethost.c14
-rw-r--r--libmilter/worker.c65
-rw-r--r--libsm/ldap.c24
-rw-r--r--makemap/makemap.c4
-rw-r--r--src/Makefile.m42
-rw-r--r--src/conf.c41
-rw-r--r--src/daemon.c14
-rw-r--r--src/deliver.c14
-rw-r--r--src/domain.c25
-rw-r--r--src/envelope.c4
-rw-r--r--src/err.c12
-rw-r--r--src/main.c57
-rw-r--r--src/map.c4
-rw-r--r--src/mci.c31
-rw-r--r--src/parseaddr.c4
-rw-r--r--src/queue.c17
-rw-r--r--src/readcf.c81
-rw-r--r--src/sendmail.08
-rw-r--r--src/sendmail.88
-rw-r--r--src/sendmail.h106
-rw-r--r--src/sm_resolve.c49
-rw-r--r--src/srvrsmtp.c61
-rw-r--r--src/tls.c10
-rw-r--r--src/udb.c6
-rw-r--r--src/usersmtp.c60
-rw-r--r--src/version.c6
56 files changed, 4653 insertions, 4151 deletions
diff --git a/CACerts b/CACerts
index dee28194ebce..245148d8398e 100644
--- a/CACerts
+++ b/CACerts
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-# $Id: CACerts,v 8.4 2009/06/26 05:46:10 ca Exp $
+# $Id: CACerts,v 8.5 2011/05/06 23:05:10 ca Exp $
# This file contains some CA certificates that are used to sign the
# certificates of mail servers of members of the sendmail consortium
# who may reply to questions etc sent to sendmail.org.
@@ -9,73 +9,6 @@
Certificate:
Data:
Version: 3 (0x2)
- Serial Number: 0 (0x0)
- Signature Algorithm: md5WithRSAEncryption
- Issuer: C=US, ST=Illinois, L=De Kalb, O=Northern Illinois University, OU=Computer Science, CN=Neil Rickert/emailAddress=rickert@cs.niu.edu
- Validity
- Not Before: May 12 00:40:50 2000 GMT
- Not After : May 20 00:40:50 2010 GMT
- Subject: C=US, ST=Illinois, L=De Kalb, O=Northern Illinois University, OU=Computer Science, CN=Neil Rickert/emailAddress=rickert@cs.niu.edu
- Subject Public Key Info:
- Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption
- RSA Public Key: (1024 bit)
- Modulus (1024 bit):
- 00:b1:1b:49:06:ef:3f:44:e0:93:ad:8c:a7:f7:21:
- 7c:87:cb:da:35:f6:4b:a2:fd:8a:a0:07:5b:cc:6a:
- 9b:89:33:fc:24:f5:b1:24:59:5a:25:50:fd:16:d7:
- d4:bc:c7:04:1d:df:90:9b:5e:c3:a8:e9:8b:7d:a3:
- 5d:9a:e9:7f:e5:2b:ea:15:a7:ad:ba:58:26:0a:11:
- 49:4f:da:9a:67:7f:b0:a6:66:f4:27:b6:61:4e:3c:
- c8:3e:a0:2f:6a:b4:0e:15:d6:39:f8:92:60:85:df:
- a6:34:f3:fa:a4:a5:e4:47:49:e7:87:a4:a5:5c:8e:
- 6a:2f:13:76:5f:29:f3:64:73
- Exponent: 65537 (0x10001)
- X509v3 extensions:
- X509v3 Subject Key Identifier:
- B6:31:78:BB:7E:AA:4D:A1:5D:FD:A2:24:18:C6:90:5A:2D:2F:19:48
- X509v3 Authority Key Identifier:
- keyid:B6:31:78:BB:7E:AA:4D:A1:5D:FD:A2:24:18:C6:90:5A:2D:2F:19:48
- DirName:/C=US/ST=Illinois/L=De Kalb/O=Northern Illinois University/OU=Computer Science/CN=Neil Rickert/emailAddress=rickert@cs.niu.edu
- serial:00
-
- X509v3 Basic Constraints:
- CA:TRUE
- Signature Algorithm: md5WithRSAEncryption
- 60:69:23:65:97:51:5c:06:a4:42:cb:00:e7:9a:dc:39:70:c3:
- d3:5d:bf:0f:e0:04:54:4d:d9:dc:12:57:12:6c:67:fd:5b:b0:
- 39:63:ea:c4:12:65:51:bb:3d:f1:f7:25:b4:cd:0b:f6:5b:7a:
- 61:25:ad:06:0a:01:55:dc:71:05:29:0d:73:e9:30:51:be:d3:
- e1:b2:89:fc:0f:28:f7:06:75:96:1b:34:75:e0:07:e5:3b:b3:
- 0b:28:24:e5:79:ea:55:39:e7:d2:ee:ec:63:b4:e4:c6:ee:cb:
- 15:d0:c8:eb:3b:4f:36:10:a4:6a:c0:6b:03:e8:29:72:c7:a7:
- 10:00
------BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
-MIID5TCCA06gAwIBAgIBADANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQQFADCBrjELMAkGA1UEBhMCVVMx
-ETAPBgNVBAgTCElsbGlub2lzMRAwDgYDVQQHEwdEZSBLYWxiMSUwIwYDVQQKExxO
-b3J0aGVybiBJbGxpbm9pcyBVbml2ZXJzaXR5MRkwFwYDVQQLExBDb21wdXRlciBT
-Y2llbmNlMRUwEwYDVQQDEwxOZWlsIFJpY2tlcnQxITAfBgkqhkiG9w0BCQEWEnJp
-Y2tlcnRAY3Mubml1LmVkdTAeFw0wMDA1MTIwMDQwNTBaFw0xMDA1MjAwMDQwNTBa
-MIGuMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzERMA8GA1UECBMISWxsaW5vaXMxEDAOBgNVBAcTB0Rl
-IEthbGIxJTAjBgNVBAoTHE5vcnRoZXJuIElsbGlub2lzIFVuaXZlcnNpdHkxGTAX
-BgNVBAsTEENvbXB1dGVyIFNjaWVuY2UxFTATBgNVBAMTDE5laWwgUmlja2VydDEh
-MB8GCSqGSIb3DQEJARYScmlja2VydEBjcy5uaXUuZWR1MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEB
-AQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCxG0kG7z9E4JOtjKf3IXyHy9o19kui/YqgB1vMapuJM/wk
-9bEkWVolUP0W19S8xwQd35CbXsOo6Yt9o12a6X/lK+oVp626WCYKEUlP2ppnf7Cm
-ZvQntmFOPMg+oC9qtA4V1jn4kmCF36Y08/qkpeRHSeeHpKVcjmovE3ZfKfNkcwID
-AQABo4IBDzCCAQswHQYDVR0OBBYEFLYxeLt+qk2hXf2iJBjGkFotLxlIMIHbBgNV
-HSMEgdMwgdCAFLYxeLt+qk2hXf2iJBjGkFotLxlIoYG0pIGxMIGuMQswCQYDVQQG
-EwJVUzERMA8GA1UECBMISWxsaW5vaXMxEDAOBgNVBAcTB0RlIEthbGIxJTAjBgNV
-BAoTHE5vcnRoZXJuIElsbGlub2lzIFVuaXZlcnNpdHkxGTAXBgNVBAsTEENvbXB1
-dGVyIFNjaWVuY2UxFTATBgNVBAMTDE5laWwgUmlja2VydDEhMB8GCSqGSIb3DQEJ
-ARYScmlja2VydEBjcy5uaXUuZWR1ggEAMAwGA1UdEwQFMAMBAf8wDQYJKoZIhvcN
-AQEEBQADgYEAYGkjZZdRXAakQssA55rcOXDD012/D+AEVE3Z3BJXEmxn/VuwOWPq
-xBJlUbs98fcltM0L9lt6YSWtBgoBVdxxBSkNc+kwUb7T4bKJ/A8o9wZ1lhs0deAH
-5TuzCygk5XnqVTnn0u7sY7Tkxu7LFdDI6ztPNhCkasBrA+gpcsenEAA=
------END CERTIFICATE-----
-
-Certificate:
- Data:
- Version: 3 (0x2)
Serial Number:
c2:3c:61:67:3b:0a:cc:5e
Signature Algorithm: md5WithRSAEncryption
diff --git a/KNOWNBUGS b/KNOWNBUGS
index 998fb11c7e5e..5b7918cef557 100644
--- a/KNOWNBUGS
+++ b/KNOWNBUGS
@@ -12,6 +12,14 @@ distribution).
This list is not guaranteed to be complete.
+* Header values which are too long may be truncated.
+
+ If a value of a structured header is longer than 256 (MAXNAME)
+ characters then it may be truncated during output. For example,
+ if a single address in the To: header is longer than 256 characters
+ then it will be truncated which may result in a syntactically
+ invalid address.
+
* Delivery to programs that generate too much output may cause problems
If e-mail is delivered to a program which generates too much
@@ -258,4 +266,4 @@ Kresolve sequence dnsmx canon
be used if set instead of LOCAL_RELAY ($R). This will be fixed in a
future version.
-$Revision: 8.60 $, Last updated $Date: 2007/12/04 01:16:50 $
+$Revision: 8.61 $, Last updated $Date: 2011/04/07 17:48:23 $
diff --git a/LICENSE b/LICENSE
index 2c604033ee30..a0ad12472c4a 100644
--- a/LICENSE
+++ b/LICENSE
@@ -1,8 +1,9 @@
SENDMAIL LICENSE
-The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different
-license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6475 Christie Ave, Suite 350,
-Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at license@sendmail.com.
+The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a redistribution
+agreement or other license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6475 Christie
+Ave, Third Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at
+license@sendmail.com.
License Terms:
@@ -22,10 +23,11 @@ each of the following conditions is met:
must allow further use, modification, and redistribution of the Source
Code under substantially the same terms as this license. For the
purposes of redistribution "Source Code" means the complete compilable
- and linkable source code of sendmail including all modifications.
+ and linkable source code of sendmail and associated libraries and
+ utilities in the sendmail distribution including all modifications.
-2. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notices as they
- appear in each source code file, these license terms, and the
+2. Redistributions of Source Code must retain the copyright notices as they
+ appear in each Source Code file, these license terms, and the
disclaimer/limitation of liability set forth as paragraph 6 below.
3. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the Copyright Notice,
@@ -33,16 +35,16 @@ each of the following conditions is met:
forth as paragraph 6 below, in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution. For the purposes of binary distribution
the "Copyright Notice" refers to the following language:
- "Copyright (c) 1998-2009 Sendmail, Inc. All rights reserved."
+ "Copyright (c) 1998-2010 Sendmail, Inc. All rights reserved."
4. Neither the name of Sendmail, Inc. nor the University of California nor
- the names of their contributors may be used to endorse or promote
+ names of their contributors may be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written
permission. The name "sendmail" is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.
5. All redistributions must comply with the conditions imposed by the
- University of California on certain embedded code, whose copyright
- notice and conditions for redistribution are as follows:
+ University of California on certain embedded code, which copyright
+ Notice and conditions for redistribution are as follows:
(a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of
California. All rights reserved.
@@ -76,4 +78,4 @@ each of the following conditions is met:
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
-$Revision: 8.15 $, Last updated $Date: 2009/03/04 19:58:04 $
+$Revision: 8.17 $, Last updated $Date: 2010/12/03 01:10:00 $, Document 139848.1
diff --git a/PGPKEYS b/PGPKEYS
index 5f89ed439429..fd6daf86ce17 100644
--- a/PGPKEYS
+++ b/PGPKEYS
@@ -142,6 +142,223 @@ gpExpdV7qPrw9k01j5rod5PjZlG8zV0=
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Type Bits KeyID Created Expires Algorithm Use
+pub 2048 A97884B0 2011-01-04 ------- RSA Sign & Encrypt
+fingerprint: 5872 6218 A913 400D E660 3601 39A4 C77D A978 84B0
+uid Sendmail Signing Key/2011 <sendmail@Sendmail.ORG>
+
+-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
+Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (OpenBSD)
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pub 1024 0xA77F2429 2009-01-01 ---------- RSA Sign & Encrypt
f16 Fingerprint16 = 33 3A 62 61 2C F3 21 AA 4E 87 47 F2 2F 2C 40 4D
uid Sendmail Signing Key/2009 <sendmail@Sendmail.ORG>
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-$Revision: 8.29 $, Last updated $Date: 2009/01/06 05:59:03 $
+$Revision: 8.36 $, Last updated $Date: 2011/01/28 21:17:54 $
diff --git a/RELEASE_NOTES b/RELEASE_NOTES
index 4e1e8f38305f..f96f8cfb069d 100644
--- a/RELEASE_NOTES
+++ b/RELEASE_NOTES
@@ -1,11 +1,75 @@
SENDMAIL RELEASE NOTES
- $Id: RELEASE_NOTES,v 8.1963 2009/12/23 04:43:46 ca Exp $
+ $Id: RELEASE_NOTES,v 8.1991 2011/05/15 04:28:16 ca Exp $
This listing shows the version of the sendmail binary, the version
of the sendmail configuration files, the date of release, and a
summary of the changes in that release.
+8.14.5/8.14.5 2011/05/17
+ Do not cache SMTP extensions across connections as the cache
+ is based on hostname which may not be a unique identifier
+ for a server, i.e., different machines may have the
+ same hostname but provide different SMTP extensions.
+ Problem noted by Jim Hermann.
+ Avoid an out-of-bounds access in case a resolver reply for a DNS
+ map lookup returns a size larger than 1K. Based on a
+ patch from Dr. Werner Fink of SuSE.
+ If a job is aborted using the interrupt signal (e.g., control-C from
+ the keyboard), perform minimal cleanup to avoid invoking
+ functions that are not signal-safe. Note: in previous
+ versions the mail might have been queued up already
+ and would be delivered subsequently, now an interrupt
+ will always remove the queue files and thus prevent
+ delivery.
+ Per RFC 6176, when operating as a TLS client, do not offer SSLv2.
+ Since TLS session resumption is never used as a client, disable
+ use of RFC 4507-style session tickets.
+ Work around gcc4 versions which reverse 25 years of history and
+ no longer align char buffers on the stack, breaking calls
+ to resolver functions on strict alignment platforms.
+ Found by Stuart Henderson of OpenBSD.
+ Read at most two AUTH lines from a server greeting (up to two
+ lines are read because servers may use "AUTH mechs" and
+ "AUTH=mechs"). Otherwise a malicious server may exhaust
+ the memory of the client. Bug report by Nils of MWR
+ InfoSecurity.
+ Avoid triggering an assertion in the OpenLDAP code when the
+ connection to an LDAP server is lost while making a query.
+ Problem noted and patch provided by Andy Fiddaman.
+ If ConnectOnlyTo is set and sendmail is compiled with NETINET6
+ it would try to use an IPv6 address if an IPv4 (or
+ unparseable) address is specified.
+ If SASLv2 is used, make sure that the macro {auth_authen} is
+ stored in xtext format to avoid problems with parsing
+ it. Problem noted by Christophe Wolfhugel.
+ CONFIG: FEATURE(`ldap_routing') in 8.14.4 tried to add a missing
+ -T<TMPF> that is required, but failed for some cases
+ that did not use LDAP. This change has been undone
+ until a better solution can be implemented. Problem
+ found by Andy Fiddaman.
+ CONFIG: Add cf/ostype/solaris11.m4 for Solaris11 support.
+ Contributed by Casper Dik of Oracle.
+ CONTRIB: qtool.pl: Deal with H entries that do not have a
+ letter between the question marks. Patch from
+ Stefan Christensen.
+ DOC: Use a better description for the -i option in sendmail.
+ Patch from Mitchell Berger.
+ Portability:
+ Add support for Darwin 10.x (Mac OS X 10.6).
+ Enable HAVE_NANOSLEEP for FreeBSD 3 and later. Patch
+ from John Marshall.
+ Enable HAVE_NANOSLEEP for OpenBSD 4.3 and later.
+ Use new directory "/system/volatile" for PidFile on
+ Solaris 11. Patch from Casper Dik of Oracle.
+ Fix compilation on Solaris 11 (and maybe some other
+ OSs) when using OpenSSL 1.0. Based on patch from
+ Jan Pechanec of Oracle.
+ Set SOCKADDR_LEN_T and SOCKOPT_LEN_T to socklen_t
+ for Solaris 11. Patch from Roger Faulkner of Oracle.
+ New Files:
+ cf/ostype/solaris11.m4
+
8.14.4/8.14.4 2009/12/30
SECURITY: Handle bogus certificates containing NUL characters
in CNs by placing a string indicating a bad certificate
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-bsd4.4.cf b/cf/cf/generic-bsd4.4.cf
index c681756e5795..f425fd2feb16 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-bsd4.4.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-bsd4.4.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-bsd4.4.mc,v 8.10 1999/02/07 07:26:02 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1000,7 +1000,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-hpux10.cf b/cf/cf/generic-hpux10.cf
index 3375295dfb61..a0662251595b 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-hpux10.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-hpux10.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-hpux10.mc,v 8.13 2001/05/29 17:29:52 ca Exp $ #####
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1001,7 +1001,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-hpux9.cf b/cf/cf/generic-hpux9.cf
index 92be3b6be01e..9fab057fb4b5 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-hpux9.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-hpux9.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-hpux9.mc,v 8.11 1999/02/07 07:26:02 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1001,7 +1001,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-linux.cf b/cf/cf/generic-linux.cf
index cdb635f64aa3..e65a50d1910c 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-linux.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-linux.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-linux.mc,v 8.1 1999/09/24 22:48:05 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1005,7 +1005,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-mpeix.cf b/cf/cf/generic-mpeix.cf
index 695ee879fc09..f99a971a8cf3 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-mpeix.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-mpeix.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-mpeix.mc,v 8.1 2001/12/13 23:56:37 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1001,7 +1001,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-nextstep3.3.cf b/cf/cf/generic-nextstep3.3.cf
index 3a13c80951c6..caa8a3376ead 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-nextstep3.3.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-nextstep3.3.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-nextstep3.3.mc,v 8.10 1999/02/07 07:26:02 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1000,7 +1000,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-osf1.cf b/cf/cf/generic-osf1.cf
index 05421a78e389..9c0f12602026 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-osf1.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-osf1.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-osf1.mc,v 8.11 1999/02/07 07:26:02 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1001,7 +1001,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-solaris.cf b/cf/cf/generic-solaris.cf
index ad473472df38..79216050ea81 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-solaris.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-solaris.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:13 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-solaris.mc,v 8.13 2001/06/27 21:46:30 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1000,7 +1000,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-sunos4.1.cf b/cf/cf/generic-sunos4.1.cf
index b800e767f798..c5d5e0111bb1 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-sunos4.1.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-sunos4.1.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:08 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:14 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-sunos4.1.mc,v 8.11 1999/02/07 07:26:03 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1001,7 +1001,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/generic-ultrix4.cf b/cf/cf/generic-ultrix4.cf
index beab0a95a54b..06de2cb9a28c 100644
--- a/cf/cf/generic-ultrix4.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/generic-ultrix4.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:09 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:14 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: generic-ultrix4.mc,v 8.11 1999/02/07 07:26:03 gshapiro Exp $ #####
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ DnMAILER-DAEMON
CPREDIRECT
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4
+DZ8.14.5
###############
@@ -1001,7 +1001,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/cf/submit.cf b/cf/cf/submit.cf
index 5286c681be03..6cc386a6a699 100644
--- a/cf/cf/submit.cf
+++ b/cf/cf/submit.cf
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
#####
##### SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
-##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Tue Dec 22 20:49:09 PST 2009
-##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.4/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.4/cf/cf
+##### built by ca@wiz.smi.sendmail.com on Sat May 14 21:31:14 PDT 2011
+##### in /extra/home/ca/sm-8.14.5/OpenSource/sendmail-8.14.5/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
######################################################################
######################################################################
-##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: cf.m4,v 8.32 1999/02/07 07:26:14 gshapiro Exp $ #####
##### $Id: submit.mc,v 8.14 2006/04/05 05:54:41 ca Exp $ #####
##### $Id: msp.m4,v 1.33 2004/02/09 22:32:38 ca Exp $ #####
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
##### $Id: no_default_msa.m4,v 8.2 2001/02/14 05:03:22 gshapiro Exp $ #####
-##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $ #####
+##### $Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $ #####
# level 10 config file format
V10/Berkeley
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ D{MTAHost}[127.0.0.1]
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4/Submit
+DZ8.14.5/Submit
###############
@@ -992,7 +992,6 @@ R< $* > $* $: $2
-
######################################################################
### check_mail -- check SMTP `MAIL FROM:' command argument
######################################################################
diff --git a/cf/feature/ldap_routing.m4 b/cf/feature/ldap_routing.m4
index 227060c20e90..e9b488039cb5 100644
--- a/cf/feature/ldap_routing.m4
+++ b/cf/feature/ldap_routing.m4
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
divert(-1)
#
-# Copyright (c) 1999-2002, 2004, 2007, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1999-2002, 2004, 2007 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
#
# By using this file, you agree to the terms and conditions set
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ divert(-1)
#
divert(0)
-VERSIONID(`$Id: ldap_routing.m4,v 8.17 2009/06/26 21:11:08 ca Exp $')
+VERSIONID(`$Id: ldap_routing.m4,v 8.18 2010/01/05 00:57:27 ca Exp $')
divert(-1)
# Check first two arguments. If they aren't set, may need to warn in proto.m4
@@ -35,40 +35,12 @@ ifelse(len(X`'_ARG6_), `1', `define(`_LDAP_ROUTE_MAPTEMP_', `_QUEUE_')',
_ARG6_, `tempfail', `define(`_LDAP_ROUTE_MAPTEMP_', `_TEMPFAIL_')',
_ARG6_, `queue', `define(`_LDAP_ROUTE_MAPTEMP_', `_QUEUE_')')
-define(`_ATMPF_', `<TMPF>')dnl
-dnl check whether arg contains -T`'_ATMPF_
-dnl unless it is a sequence map or just LDAP
-dnl note: this does not work if ARG1 begins with space(s), however, as
-dnl we issue a warning, hopefully the user will fix it...
-ifelse(defn(`_ARG1_'), `', `',
- defn(`_ARG1_'), `LDAP', `',
- `ifelse(index(_ARG1_, `sequence '), `0', `',
- `ifelse(index(_ARG1_, _ATMPF_), `-1',
- `errprint(`*** WARNING: missing -T'_ATMPF_` in first argument of FEATURE(`ldap_routing')
-')
- define(`_ABP_', index(_ARG1_, ` '))
- define(`_NARG1_', `substr(_ARG1_, 0, _ABP_) -T'_ATMPF_` substr(_ARG1_, _ABP_)')
- ')
- ')
- ')
-ifelse(defn(`_ARG2_'), `', `',
- defn(`_ARG2_'), `LDAP', `',
- `ifelse(index(_ARG2_, `sequence '), `0', `',
- `ifelse(index(_ARG2_, _ATMPF_), `-1',
- `errprint(`*** WARNING: missing -T'_ATMPF_` in second argument of FEATURE(`ldap_routing')
-')
- define(`_ABP_', index(_ARG2_, ` '))
- define(`_NARG2_', `substr(_ARG2_, 0, _ABP_) -T'_ATMPF_` substr(_ARG2_, _ABP_)')
- ')
- ')
- ')
-
LOCAL_CONFIG
# LDAP routing maps
Kldapmh ifelse(len(X`'_ARG1_), `1',
`ldap -1 -T<TMPF> -v mailHost -k (&(objectClass=inetLocalMailRecipient)(mailLocalAddress=%0))',
- defn(`_NARG1_'), `', `_ARG1_', `_NARG1_')
+ `_ARG1_')
Kldapmra ifelse(len(X`'_ARG2_), `1',
`ldap -1 -T<TMPF> -v mailRoutingAddress -k (&(objectClass=inetLocalMailRecipient)(mailLocalAddress=%0))',
- defn(`_NARG2_'), `', `_ARG2_', `_NARG2_')
+ `_ARG2_')
diff --git a/cf/m4/cfhead.m4 b/cf/m4/cfhead.m4
index e3a7ea5afd4b..7622988df58b 100644
--- a/cf/m4/cfhead.m4
+++ b/cf/m4/cfhead.m4
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2004, 2009, 2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -188,6 +188,7 @@ SLocal_tls_server')
define(`LOCAL_RULE_3', `divert(2)')
define(`LOCAL_CONFIG', `divert(6)')
define(`MAILER_DEFINITIONS', `divert(7)')
+define(`LOCAL_DNSBL', `divert(8)')
define(`LOCAL_NET_CONFIG', `define(`_LOCAL_RULES_', 1)divert(1)')
define(`UUCPSMTP', `R DOL(*) < @ $1 .UUCP > DOL(*) DOL(1) < @ $2 > DOL(2)')
define(`CONCAT', `$1$2$3$4$5$6$7')
@@ -306,4 +307,4 @@ define(`confMILTER_MACROS_EOM', `{msg_id}')
divert(0)dnl
-VERSIONID(`$Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.120 2009/01/23 22:39:21 ca Exp $')
+VERSIONID(`$Id: cfhead.m4,v 8.121 2010/01/07 18:20:19 ca Exp $')
diff --git a/cf/m4/proto.m4 b/cf/m4/proto.m4
index c021581c3777..8bfd9de93ea3 100644
--- a/cf/m4/proto.m4
+++ b/cf/m4/proto.m4
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
divert(-1)
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2010 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -13,10 +13,10 @@ divert(-1)
#
divert(0)
-VERSIONID(`$Id: proto.m4,v 8.741 2009/12/11 00:04:53 ca Exp $')
+VERSIONID(`$Id: proto.m4,v 8.744 2010/11/23 20:29:47 guenther Exp $')
# level CF_LEVEL config file format
-V`'CF_LEVEL/ifdef(`VENDOR_NAME', `VENDOR_NAME', `Berkeley')
+V`'CF_LEVEL`'ifdef(`NO_VENDOR',`', `/ifdef(`VENDOR_NAME', `VENDOR_NAME', `Berkeley')')
divert(-1)
dnl if MAILER(`local') not defined: do it ourself; be nice
@@ -1795,7 +1795,7 @@ ifdef(`_CONN_CONTROL_',`dnl
ifdef(`_CONN_CONTROL_IMMEDIATE_',`',`dnl
dnl workspace: ignored...
R$* $: $>"ConnControl" dummy')', `dnl')
-undivert(8)
+undivert(8)dnl LOCAL_DNSBL
ifdef(`_REQUIRE_RDNS_', `dnl
R$* $: $&{client_addr} $| $&{client_resolve}
R$=R $* $@ RELAY We relay for these
diff --git a/cf/m4/version.m4 b/cf/m4/version.m4
index 5ad5ffb90249..566c3a514afc 100644
--- a/cf/m4/version.m4
+++ b/cf/m4/version.m4
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
divert(-1)
#
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2009 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2011 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
# All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1983 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
@@ -11,8 +11,8 @@ divert(-1)
# the sendmail distribution.
#
#
-VERSIONID(`$Id: version.m4,v 8.205 2009/12/23 04:43:09 ca Exp $')
+VERSIONID(`$Id: version.m4,v 8.214 2011/04/26 23:02:36 ca Exp $')
#
divert(0)
# Configuration version number
-DZ8.14.4`'ifdef(`confCF_VERSION', `/confCF_VERSION')
+DZ8.14.5`'ifdef(`confCF_VERSION', `/confCF_VERSION')
diff --git a/cf/ostype/solaris11.m4 b/cf/ostype/solaris11.m4
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..a48b0779c783
--- /dev/null
+++ b/cf/ostype/solaris11.m4
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+divert(-1)
+#
+# Copyright (c) 2011 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
+# All rights reserved.
+#
+# By using this file, you agree to the terms and conditions set
+# forth in the LICENSE file which can be found at the top level of
+# the sendmail distribution.
+#
+# This ostype file is suitable for use on Solaris 11 and later systems,
+# make use of /system/volatile, introduced in Solaris 11.
+#
+
+divert(0)
+VERSIONID(`$Id: solaris11.m4,v 1.1 2011/01/24 21:22:08 ca Exp $')
+divert(-1)
+
+ifdef(`UUCP_MAILER_ARGS',, `define(`UUCP_MAILER_ARGS', `uux - -r -a$g $h!rmail ($u)')')
+define(`confEBINDIR', `/usr/lib')dnl
+define(`confPID_FILE', `/system/volatile/sendmail.pid')dnl
+define(`_NETINET6_')dnl
+FEATURE(`local_lmtp')dnl
diff --git a/contrib/qtool.pl b/contrib/qtool.pl
index f2d33c27b4ad..c2a67f83d56a 100755
--- a/contrib/qtool.pl
+++ b/contrib/qtool.pl
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
## Copyright (c) 1998-2002 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.
## All rights reserved.
##
-## $Id: qtool.pl,v 8.30 2009/03/04 16:57:30 ca Exp $
+## $Id: qtool.pl,v 8.31 2010/11/10 19:11:54 ca Exp $
##
use strict;
use File::Basename;
@@ -607,7 +607,7 @@ sub parse_header
$first_char = substr($line, 0, 1);
if ($first_char eq "?")
{
- $line = substr($line, 3);
+ $line = (split(/\?/, $line,3))[2];
}
elsif ($first_char eq "\t")
{
diff --git a/devtools/OS/Darwin.10.x b/devtools/OS/Darwin.10.x
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..d7e62808efe0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/devtools/OS/Darwin.10.x
@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
+# $Id: Darwin.10.x,v 1.1 2010/11/23 02:30:30 gshapiro Exp $
+
+dnl DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE.
+dnl Place personal settings in devtools/Site/site.config.m4
+
+#
+define(`confCC', `cc -pipe ${Extra_CC_Flags}')
+define(`confMAPDEF', `-DNEWDB -DNIS -DMAP_REGEX')
+define(`confENVDEF', `-DDARWIN=100000 -DBIND_8_COMPAT -DNETINET6')
+define(`confLDOPTS', `${Extra_LD_Flags}')
+define(`confMTLDOPTS', `-lpthread')
+define(`confMILTER_STATIC', `')
+define(`confDEPEND_TYPE', `CC-M')
+define(`confOPTIMIZE', `-O3')
+define(`confRANLIBOPTS', `-c')
+define(`confHFDIR', `/usr/share/sendmail')
+define(`confINSTALL_RAWMAN')
+define(`confMANOWN', `root')
+define(`confMANGRP', `wheel')
+define(`confUBINOWN', `root')
+define(`confUBINGRP', `wheel')
+define(`confSBINOWN', `root')
+define(`confSBINGRP', `wheel')
+define(`confLDOPTS_SO', `-dynamiclib -flat_namespace -undefined suppress -single_module')
+define(`confSHAREDLIB_EXT', `.dylib')
diff --git a/doc/op/op.me b/doc/op/op.me
index be0781024366..1e7d37023886 100644
--- a/doc/op/op.me
+++ b/doc/op/op.me
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
.\" the sendmail distribution.
.\"
.\"
-.\" $Id: op.me,v 8.745 2009/12/13 04:12:46 ca Exp $
+.\" $Id: op.me,v 8.747 2010/05/08 04:18:27 ca Exp $
.\"
.\" eqn op.me | pic | troff -me
.\"
@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ Sendmail, Inc.
.de Ve
Version \\$2
..
-.Ve $Revision: 8.745 $
+.Ve $Revision: 8.747 $
.rm Ve
.sp
For Sendmail Version 8.14
@@ -1095,6 +1095,9 @@ The number of envelope recipients for this message
(after aliasing and forwarding).
.ip msgid
The message id of the message (from the header).
+.ip bodytype
+The message body type (7BIT or 8BITMIME),
+as determined from the envelope.
.ip proto
The protocol used to receive this message (e.g., ESMTP or UUCP)
.ip daemon
@@ -5154,7 +5157,8 @@ FAIL cert presented but could not be verified,
e.g., the signing CA is missing.
NONE STARTTLS has not been performed.
TEMP temporary error occurred.
-PROTOCOL some protocol error occurred.
+PROTOCOL some protocol error occurred
+ at the ESMTP level (not TLS).
SOFTWARE STARTTLS handshake failed,
which is a fatal error for this session,
the e-mail will be queued.
@@ -11463,7 +11467,7 @@ replace it with a blank sheet for double-sided output.
.\".sz 10
.\"Eric Allman
.\".sp
-.\"Version $Revision: 8.745 $
+.\"Version $Revision: 8.747 $
.\".ce 0
.bp 3
.ce
diff --git a/doc/op/op.ps b/doc/op/op.ps
index 0962b2628b3d..e04760ad5972 100644
--- a/doc/op/op.ps
+++ b/doc/op/op.ps
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
%!PS-Adobe-3.0
%%Creator: groff version 1.19
-%%CreationDate: Tue Dec 22 20:48:52 2009
+%%CreationDate: Sat May 14 21:30:54 2011
%%DocumentNeededResources: font Times-Bold
%%+ font Times-Roman
%%+ font Times-Italic
@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ BP
(TION AND OPERA)-1.14 E(TION GUIDE)-1.14 E/F3 10/Times-Roman@0 SF
(Eric Allman)263.42 196.2 Q(Claus Assmann)256.75 208.2 Q(Gre)244.75
220.2 Q(gory Neil Shapiro)-.15 E(Sendmail, Inc.)258.975 232.2 Q -1.11
-(Ve)260.225 256.2 S(rsion 8.745)1.11 E -.15(Fo)234.465 280.2 S 2.5(rS)
+(Ve)260.225 256.2 S(rsion 8.747)1.11 E -.15(Fo)234.465 280.2 S 2.5(rS)
.15 G(endmail V)-2.5 E(ersion 8.14)-1.11 E/F4 10/Times-Italic@0 SF
(Sendmail)97 324.6 Q/F5 8/Times-Roman@0 SF(TM)-5 I F3 .1
(implements a general purpose internetw)2.6 5 N .1(ork mail routing f)
@@ -1066,566 +1066,570 @@ BP
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1.514(lope recipients for this message \(after aliasing and for).15 F(-)
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-(his message \(e.g., ESMTP or UUCP\)).15 E 37.84(daemon The)117 189 R
+(message id of the message \(from the header\).)2.5 E 32.28
+(bodytype The)117 172.8 R 3.144
+(message body type \(7BIT or 8BITMIME\), as determined from the)5.644 F
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+(protocol used to recei)2.5 E .3 -.15(ve t)-.25 H
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(daemon name from the)2.5 E F0(DaemonP)2.5 E(ortOptions)-.2 E F1
-(setting.)2.5 E 49.51(relay The)117 205.2 R(machine from which it w)2.5
+(setting.)2.5 E 49.51(relay The)117 233.4 R(machine from which it w)2.5
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+(There is also one line logged per deli)117 249.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .43
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-(ery is deferred or there are multiple recipients\).)117 233.4 Q
-(Fields are:)5 E 61.72(to A)117 249.6 R
+(ery is deferred or there are multiple recipients\).)117 261.6 Q
+(Fields are:)5 E 61.72(to A)117 277.8 R
(comma-separated list of the recipients to this mailer)2.5 E(.)-.55 E
-41.73(ctladdr The)117 265.8 R -.74(``)2.727 G .227(controlling user').74
-F .226(', that is, the name of the user whose credentials we use)-.74 F
-(for deli)189 277.8 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E(.)-.65 E 47.84(delay The)
-117 294 R 1.205(total delay between the time this message w)3.705 F
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--.15(ve)-.25 G .116(ry attempt \(normally indicati).15 F .415 -.15(ve o)
--.25 H 2.615(ft).15 G(he)-2.615 E(speed of the connection\).)189 334.2 Q
-43.95(mailer The)117 350.4 R(name of the mailer used to deli)2.5 E -.15
+41.73(ctladdr The)117 294 R -.74(``)2.726 G .226(controlling user').74 F
+.226(', that is, the name of the user whose credentials we use)-.74 F
+(for deli)189 306 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E(.)-.65 E 47.84(delay The)117
+322.2 R 1.205(total delay between the time this message w)3.705 F 1.205
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+-.15(ve)-.25 G .116(ry attempt \(normally indicati).15 F .416 -.15(ve o)
+-.25 H 2.616(ft).15 G(he)-2.616 E(speed of the connection\).)189 362.4 Q
+43.95(mailer The)117 378.6 R(name of the mailer used to deli)2.5 E -.15
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-(relay The)117 366.6 R(name of the host that actually accepted \(or rej\
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+(relay The)117 394.8 R(name of the host that actually accepted \(or rej\
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(enhanced error code \(RFC 2034\) if a)2.5 E -.25(va)-.2 G(ilable.).25 E
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-1.012(Not all \214elds are present in all messages; for e)117 415.2 R
+55.61(stat The)117 427.2 R(deli)2.5 E -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry status.).15 E
+1.012(Not all \214elds are present in all messages; for e)117 443.4 R
1.012(xample, the relay is usually not listed for local)-.15 F(deli)117
-427.2 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(ries.).15 E F0 2.5(2.1.2. Le)102 451.2 R -.1(ve)
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F -.25(va)-.25 G .205(lent installed, you will be able to do logging.)
-.25 F .204(There is)5.204 F 2.787(al)117 479.4 S(ar)-2.787 E .287
+.25 F .205(There is)5.205 F 2.788(al)117 507.6 S(ar)-2.788 E .287
(ge amount of information that can be logged.)-.18 F .287
(The log is arranged as a succession of le)5.287 F -.15(ve)-.25 G(ls.)
-.15 E .651(At the lo)117 491.4 R .651(west le)-.25 F -.15(ve)-.25 G
-3.151(lo).15 G .651(nly e)-3.151 F .651
-(xtremely strange situations are logged.)-.15 F .65(At the highest le)
-5.651 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .65(l, e).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.15(nt).15 G(he)
--3.15 E .825(most mundane and uninteresting e)117 503.4 R -.15(ve)-.25 G
-.825(nts are recorded for posterity).15 F 5.826(.A)-.65 G 3.326(sac)
--5.826 G(on)-3.326 E -.15(ve)-.4 G .826(ntion, log le).15 F -.15(ve)-.25
-G(ls).15 E .201
-(under ten are considered generally \231useful;\232 log le)117 515.4 R
--.15(ve)-.25 G .201(ls abo).15 F .501 -.15(ve 6)-.15 H 2.701(4a).15 G .2
-(re reserv)-2.701 F .2(ed for deb)-.15 F .2(ugging pur)-.2 F(-)-.2 E 2.5
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-(ed for v)-.15 E(erbose information that some sites might w)-.15 E(ant.)
--.1 E 2.5(Ac)142 543.6 S(omplete description of the log le)-2.5 E -.15
-(ve)-.25 G(ls is gi).15 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(ni).15 G 2.5(ns)-2.5 G
-(ection `)-2.5 E(`Log Le)-.74 E -.15(ve)-.25 G(l').15 E('.)-.74 E F0 2.5
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-(red immediately or be held for later deli).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E
-5.648(.H)-.65 G .648(eld mes-)-5.648 F
-(sages are placed into a holding directory called a mail queue.)102 648
-Q 2.5(Am)127 664.2 S(ail message may be queued for these reasons:)-2.5 E
-5<8349>107 680.4 S 2.546(fam)-5 G .047
-(ail message is temporarily undeli)-2.546 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .047
+.15 E .65(At the lo)117 519.6 R .65(west le)-.25 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.15
+(lo).15 G .65(nly e)-3.15 F .651
+(xtremely strange situations are logged.)-.15 F .651(At the highest le)
+5.651 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .651(l, e).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.151(nt).15 G(he)
+-3.151 E .826(most mundane and uninteresting e)117 531.6 R -.15(ve)-.25
+G .825(nts are recorded for posterity).15 F 5.825(.A)-.65 G 3.325(sac)
+-5.825 G(on)-3.325 E -.15(ve)-.4 G .825(ntion, log le).15 F -.15(ve)-.25
+G(ls).15 E .2(under ten are considered generally \231useful;\232 log le)
+117 543.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .201(ls abo).15 F .501 -.15(ve 6)-.15 H 2.701
+(4a).15 G .201(re reserv)-2.701 F .201(ed for deb)-.15 F .201
+(ugging pur)-.2 F(-)-.2 E 2.5(poses. Le)117 555.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G
+(ls from 11\25564 are reserv).15 E(ed for v)-.15 E
+(erbose information that some sites might w)-.15 E(ant.)-.1 E 2.5(Ac)142
+571.8 S(omplete description of the log le)-2.5 E -.15(ve)-.25 G
+(ls is gi).15 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(ni).15 G 2.5(ns)-2.5 G(ection `)-2.5
+E(`Log Le)-.74 E -.15(ve)-.25 G(l').15 E('.)-.74 E F0 2.5(2.2. Dumping)
+87 595.8 R(State)2.5 E F1 -1.1(Yo)127 612 S 2.564(uc)1.1 G .064(an ask)
+-2.564 F F2(sendmail)2.564 E F1 .064(to log a dump of the open \214les \
+and the connection cache by sending it a)2.564 F/F3 9/Times-Roman@0 SF
+(SIGUSR1)102 624 Q F1 2.5(signal. The)2.5 F(results are logged at)2.5 E
+F3(LOG_DEB)2.5 E(UG)-.09 E F1(priority)2.5 E(.)-.65 E F0 2.5(2.3. The)87
+648 R(Mail Queues)2.5 E F1 .648(Mail messages may either be deli)127
+664.2 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .649(red immediately or be held for later deli)
+.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E 5.649(.H)-.65 G .649(eld mes-)-5.649 F
+(sages are placed into a holding directory called a mail queue.)102
+676.2 Q 2.5(Am)127 692.4 S(ail message may be queued for these reasons:)
+-2.5 E 5<8349>107 708.6 S 2.547(fam)-5 G .047
+(ail message is temporarily undeli)-2.547 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .047
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+115.5 96 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry is not immediately possible.).15 E 5<8349>
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(ryMode option is set to queue-only or defer).15 F 3.258(,a)-.4 G .758
-(ll mail is queued, and no immediate)-3.258 F(deli)115.5 120 Q -.15(ve)
--.25 G(ry is attempted.).15 E 5<8349>107 132 S 2.815(ft)-5 G .315
-(he load a)-2.815 F -.15(ve)-.2 G .315(rage becomes higher than the v)
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+-.25 G(ry is attempted.).15 E 5<8349>107 144 S 2.814(ft)-5 G .314
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-(run or one or more address are mark)115.5 192 Q
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-(ws. First,)-.25 F(if)3.681 E 1.222(there is a ruleset called `)117
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+(ecipient address is mapped to a queue group as follo)-3.681 F 3.68
+(ws. First,)-.25 F(if)3.68 E 1.222(there is a ruleset called `)117 356.4
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-(name, then that queue group is chosen.)117 356.4 R 1.39
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-(Am)142 408.6 S .879
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-(ueue \214les around, e.g., into a dif-).15 F 1.436
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-(ust sleep for a speci\214ed time)-2.555 F .554(after the)117 641.4 R
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+(ays to process the queue\(s\).)-.1 F 1
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-(SMM:08-17)195.86 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF .459(sites with small number\
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-(In general, per)5.458 F(-)-.2 E
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+(In general this should be smoothed out due to the distrib)117 96 R .741
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+.459(In general, per)5.459 F(-)-.2 E
(sistent queue runners are only useful for sites with big queues.)117
-108 Q F0 2.5(2.3.3. Manual)102 132 R(Inter)2.5 E -.1(ve)-.1 G(ntion).1 E
+120 Q F0 2.5(2.3.3. Manual)102 144 R(Inter)2.5 E -.1(ve)-.1 G(ntion).1 E
F1 1.049
(Under normal conditions the mail queue will be processed transparently)
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--.4(r, y).25 H(ou).4 E .152(may \214nd that manual interv)117 160.2 R
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-(mailq)157 276.6 Q 1.673(This will produce a listing of the queue id')
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-(can be used to print the number of entries in the queue\(s\), pro)3.014
-F .515(vided a process updates)-.15 F .541(the data.)117 328.8 R(Ho)
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+(mailq)157 288.6 Q 1.673(This will produce a listing of the queue id')
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F 1.431(xample, `)-.15 F(`unkno)-.74 E 1.431(wn number of entries')-.25
-F 3.931('m)-.74 G 1.431(ight be sho)-3.931 F(wn.)-.25 E(The internal co\
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-(alue ag)-.25 E(ain.)-.05 E F0 2.5(2.3.5. F)102 376.8 R(or)-.25 E
-(cing the queue)-.18 E F2(Sendmail)142 393 Q F1 .353
-(should run the queue automatically at interv)2.853 F 2.852(als. When)
--.25 F .352(using multiple queues, a)2.852 F .276
-(separate process will by def)117 405 R .276
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+(alue ag)-.25 E(ain.)-.05 E F0 2.5(2.3.5. F)102 388.8 R(or)-.25 E
+(cing the queue)-.18 E F2(Sendmail)142 405 Q F1 .352
+(should run the queue automatically at interv)2.852 F 2.853(als. When)
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+(separate process will by def)117 417 R .276
(ault be created to run each of the queues unless the queue run is ini-)
--.1 F .614(tiated by a user with the v)117 417 R .613(erbose \215ag.)
+-.1 F .613(tiated by a user with the v)117 429 R .613(erbose \215ag.)
-.15 F .613(The algorithm is to read and sort the queue, and then to)
-5.613 F .159(attempt to process all jobs in order)117 429 R 5.159(.W)
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-.55 G .159(hen it attempts to run the job,)-5.159 F F2(sendmail)2.659 E
-F1 .159(\214rst checks to see)2.659 F(if the job is lock)117 441 Q 2.5
+F1 .158(\214rst checks to see)2.659 F(if the job is lock)117 453 Q 2.5
(ed. If)-.1 F(so, it ignores the job)2.5 E(.)-.4 E .338
-(There is no attempt to insure that only one queue processor e)142 457.2
-R .338(xists at an)-.15 F 2.838(yt)-.15 G .338(ime, since there)-2.838 F
-.094(is no guarantee that a job cannot tak)117 469.2 R 2.595(ef)-.1 G
-(ore)-2.595 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.595(rt).15 G 2.595(op)-2.595 G .095
+(There is no attempt to insure that only one queue processor e)142 469.2
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(rocess \(ho)-2.595 F(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G -.4(r,).15 G F2(sendmail)
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-G 3.627(ot)-3.627 G 1.127(he originating system to include the o)-3.627
-F 1.128(wner of a particular TCP connection in the audit)-.25 F .164
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+G 3.628(ot)-3.628 G 1.128(he originating system to include the o)-3.628
+F 1.127(wner of a particular TCP connection in the audit)-.25 F .164
(trail it is in no sense perfect; a determined for)102 108 R .164
-(ger can easily spoof the IDENT protocol.)-.18 F .164(The follo)5.164 F
+(ger can easily spoof the IDENT protocol.)-.18 F .165(The follo)5.165 F
(w-)-.25 E(ing description is e)102 120 Q(xcerpted from RFC 1413:)-.15 E
-2.5(6. Security)127 136.2 R(Considerations)2.5 E .005
+2.5(6. Security)127 136.2 R(Considerations)2.5 E .006
(The information returned by this protocol is at most as trustw)127
-152.4 R(orth)-.1 E 2.506(ya)-.05 G 2.506(st)-2.506 G .006(he host pro)
--2.506 F .006(viding it OR)-.15 F .274(the or)127 164.4 R -.05(ga)-.18 G
-.274(nization operating the host.).05 F -.15(Fo)5.274 G 2.774(re).15 G
-.273(xample, a PC in an open lab has fe)-2.924 F 2.773(wi)-.25 G 2.773
-(fa)-2.773 G .573 -.15(ny c)-2.773 H(ontrols).15 E .986(on it to pre)127
+152.4 R(orth)-.1 E 2.505(ya)-.05 G 2.505(st)-2.505 G .005(he host pro)
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+.273(nization operating the host.).05 F -.15(Fo)5.273 G 2.773(re).15 G
+.274(xample, a PC in an open lab has fe)-2.923 F 2.774(wi)-.25 G 2.774
+(fa)-2.774 G .574 -.15(ny c)-2.774 H(ontrols).15 E .987(on it to pre)127
176.4 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .986(nt a user from ha).15 F .986
-(ving this protocol return an)-.2 F 3.486(yi)-.15 G .987
-(denti\214er the user w)-3.486 F 3.487(ants. Lik)-.1 F(e-)-.1 E 1.441(w\
+(ving this protocol return an)-.2 F 3.486(yi)-.15 G .986
+(denti\214er the user w)-3.486 F 3.486(ants. Lik)-.1 F(e-)-.1 E 1.441(w\
ise, if the host has been compromised the information returned may be c\
ompletely erro-)127 188.4 R(neous and misleading.)127 200.4 Q .521(The \
Identi\214cation Protocol is not intended as an authorization or access\
- control protocol.)127 216.6 R(At)5.521 E 1.037(best, it pro)127 228.6 R
+ control protocol.)127 216.6 R(At)5.52 E 1.036(best, it pro)127 228.6 R
1.037(vides some additional auditing information with respect to TCP co\
-nnections.)-.15 F(At)6.036 E -.1(wo)127 240.6 S(rst, it can pro).1 E
+nnections.)-.15 F(At)6.037 E -.1(wo)127 240.6 S(rst, it can pro).1 E
(vide misleading, incorrect, or maliciously incorrect information.)-.15
E 1.006(The use of the information returned by this protocol for other \
than auditing is strongly dis-)127 256.8 R 2.697
@@ -1867,142 +1872,141 @@ than auditing is strongly dis-)127 256.8 R 2.697
G .197(ccess control deci-)-2.697 F .514(sions - either as the primary \
method \(i.e., no other checks\) or as an adjunct to other methods)127
280.8 R(may result in a weak)127 292.8 Q(ening of normal host security)
--.1 E(.)-.65 E 1.779(An Identi\214cation serv)127 309 R 1.778(er may re)
+-.1 E(.)-.65 E 1.778(An Identi\214cation serv)127 309 R 1.778(er may re)
-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.778
-(al information about users, entities, objects or processes).15 F .336
+(al information about users, entities, objects or processes).15 F .337
(which might normally be considered pri)127 321 R -.25(va)-.25 G 2.836
-(te. An).25 F .337(Identi\214cation serv)2.836 F .337(er pro)-.15 F .337
+(te. An).25 F .336(Identi\214cation serv)2.836 F .336(er pro)-.15 F .336
(vides service which)-.15 F .806
(is a rough analog of the CallerID services pro)127 333 R .806
(vided by some phone companies and man)-.15 F 3.306(yo)-.15 G(f)-3.306 E
-1.397(the same pri)127 345 R -.25(va)-.25 G 1.697 -.15(cy c).25 H 1.397
+1.398(the same pri)127 345 R -.25(va)-.25 G 1.698 -.15(cy c).25 H 1.398
(onsiderations and ar).15 F 1.398
-(guments that apply to the CallerID service apply to)-.18 F 3.546
-(Identi\214cation. If)127 357 R 1.046(you w)3.546 F(ouldn')-.1 E 3.546
-(tr)-.18 G 1.045(un a "\214nger" serv)-3.546 F 1.045(er due to pri)-.15
-F -.25(va)-.25 G 1.345 -.15(cy c).25 H 1.045(onsiderations you may).15 F
-(not w)127 369 Q(ant to run this protocol.)-.1 E .376
+(guments that apply to the CallerID service apply to)-.18 F 3.545
+(Identi\214cation. If)127 357 R 1.045(you w)3.545 F(ouldn')-.1 E 3.545
+(tr)-.18 G 1.045(un a "\214nger" serv)-3.545 F 1.046(er due to pri)-.15
+F -.25(va)-.25 G 1.346 -.15(cy c).25 H 1.046(onsiderations you may).15 F
+(not w)127 369 Q(ant to run this protocol.)-.1 E .377
(In some cases your system may not w)102 385.2 R .377
-(ork properly with IDENT support due to a b)-.1 F .377(ug in the TCP/IP)
+(ork properly with IDENT support due to a b)-.1 F .376(ug in the TCP/IP)
-.2 F 3.675(implementation. The)102 397.2 R 1.175(symptoms will be that\
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-(almost immediately)102 409.2 R 5.565(.I)-.65 G 3.065(ft)-5.565 G .565
-(his is true or if you do not w)-3.065 F .565(ant to use IDENT)-.1 F
-3.066(,y)-.74 G .566(ou should set the IDENT)-3.066 F
+ for some hosts the SMTP connection will be closed)3.675 F .566
+(almost immediately)102 409.2 R 5.566(.I)-.65 G 3.066(ft)-5.566 G .565
+(his is true or if you do not w)-3.066 F .565(ant to use IDENT)-.1 F
+3.065(,y)-.74 G .565(ou should set the IDENT)-3.065 F
(timeout to zero; this will disable the IDENT protocol.)102 421.2 Q F0
-2.5(3. ARGUMENTS)72 445.2 R F1 .018(The complete list of ar)112 461.4 R
-.018(guments to)-.18 F/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(sendmail)2.517 E F1 .017
-(is described in detail in Appendix A.)2.517 F .017(Some important)5.017
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+.017(guments to)-.18 F/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(sendmail)2.517 E F1 .017
+(is described in detail in Appendix A.)2.517 F .018(Some important)5.018
F(ar)87 473.4 Q(guments are described here.)-.18 E F0 2.5(3.1. Queue)87
497.4 R(Inter)2.5 E -.1(va)-.1 G(l).1 E F1 .455(The amount of time betw\
een forking a process to run through the queue is de\214ned by the)127
-513.6 R F0<ad71>2.956 E F1 2.676(\215ag. If)102 525.6 R .176
-(you run with deli)2.676 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .176(ry mode set to).15 F F0
-(i)2.676 E F1(or)2.676 E F0(b)2.675 E F1 .175(this can be relati)2.675 F
--.15(ve)-.25 G .175(ly lar).15 F .175(ge, since it will only be rel-)
--.18 F -.25(eva)102 537.6 S .206(nt when a host that w).25 F .206(as do)
--.1 F .206(wn comes back up.)-.25 F .207(If you run in)5.206 F F0(q)
-2.707 E F1 .207(mode it should be relati)2.707 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .207
+513.6 R F0<ad71>2.955 E F1 2.675(\215ag. If)102 525.6 R .175
+(you run with deli)2.675 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .175(ry mode set to).15 F F0
+(i)2.675 E F1(or)2.675 E F0(b)2.675 E F1 .176(this can be relati)2.675 F
+-.15(ve)-.25 G .176(ly lar).15 F .176(ge, since it will only be rel-)
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+2.706 E F1 .206(mode it should be relati)2.706 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .206
(ly short,).15 F 1.039(since it de\214nes the maximum amount of time th\
-at a message may sit in the queue.)102 549.6 R 1.038(\(See also the)
-6.039 F(MinQueueAge option.\))102 561.6 Q 1.335
-(RFC 1123 section 5.3.1.1 says that this v)127 577.8 R 1.336
+at a message may sit in the queue.)102 549.6 R 1.039(\(See also the)
+6.039 F(MinQueueAge option.\))102 561.6 Q 1.336
+(RFC 1123 section 5.3.1.1 says that this v)127 577.8 R 1.335
(alue should be at least 30 minutes \(although that)-.25 F
(probably doesn')102 589.8 Q 2.5(tm)-.18 G(ak)-2.5 E 2.5(es)-.1 G
(ense if you use `)-2.5 E(`queue-only')-.74 E 2.5('m)-.74 G(ode\).)-2.5
-E .365(Notice: the meaning of the interv)127 606 R .364
-(al time depends on whether normal queue runners or persis-)-.25 F .207
+E .364(Notice: the meaning of the interv)127 606 R .364
+(al time depends on whether normal queue runners or persis-)-.25 F .208
(tent queue runners are used.)102 618 R -.15(Fo)5.208 G 2.708(rt).15 G
.208(he former)-2.708 F 2.708(,i)-.4 G 2.708(ti)-2.708 G 2.708(st)-2.708
G .208(he time between subsequent starts of a queue run.)-2.708 F -.15
-(Fo)102 630 S 3.35(rt).15 G .85(he latter)-3.35 F 3.35(,i)-.4 G 3.35(ti)
--3.35 G 3.35(st)-3.35 G .85(he time sendmail w)-3.35 F .849
-(aits after a persistent queue runner has \214nished its w)-.1 F .849
-(ork to)-.1 F .41(start the ne)102 642 R .41(xt one.)-.15 F .411
-(Hence for persistent queue runners this interv)5.41 F .411
-(al should be v)-.25 F .411(ery lo)-.15 F 1.711 -.65(w, t)-.25 H .411
+(Fo)102 630 S 3.349(rt).15 G .849(he latter)-3.349 F 3.349(,i)-.4 G
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+(ork to)-.1 F .411(start the ne)102 642 R .411(xt one.)-.15 F .411
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+(al should be v)-.25 F .41(ery lo)-.15 F 1.71 -.65(w, t)-.25 H .41
(ypically no).65 F(more than tw)102 654 Q 2.5(om)-.1 G(inutes.)-2.5 E F0
-2.5(3.2. Daemon)87 678 R(Mode)2.5 E F1 .085(If you allo)127 694.2 R
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-(ve a d)-.2 H .084(aemon running.).15 F(This)5.084 E .069
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-(\215ag may be combined)2.57 F(in one call:)102 718.2 Q 0 Cg EP
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+(\215ag may be combined)2.569 F(in one call:)102 718.2 Q 0 Cg EP
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-(inetd)3.641 E F1 1.141(\(8\) \(use the)B F0(\255bs)3.64 E F1 1.14
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--.1(wo)3.84 G 1.34(rks and).1 F(allo)102 140.4 Q .323(ws you to wrap)
--.25 F F2(sendmail)2.823 E F1 .323(in a TCP wrapper program, b)2.823 F
-.323(ut may be a bit slo)-.2 F .322(wer since the con\214gu-)-.25 F .345
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+R 1.44 -.15(ve a)-.25 H 1.14(pproach is to in).15 F -.2(vo)-.4 G 1.341
+-.1(ke s).2 H 1.141(endmail from).1 F/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(inetd)
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+.323(ut may be a bit slo)-.2 F .323(wer since the con\214gu-)-.25 F .346
(ration \214le has to be re-read on e)102 152.4 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .346
-(ry message that comes in.).15 F .346
-(If you do this, you still need to ha)5.346 F .646 -.15(ve a)-.2 H F2
+(ry message that comes in.).15 F .345
+(If you do this, you still need to ha)5.346 F .645 -.15(ve a)-.2 H F2
(sendmail)102 164.4 Q F1(running to \215ush the queue:)2.5 E
(/usr/sbin/sendmail \255q30m)142 180.6 Q F0 2.5(3.3. F)87 208.8 R(or)
-.25 E(cing the Queue)-.18 E F1 .04(In some cases you may \214nd that t\
he queue has gotten clogged for some reason.)127 225 R -1.1(Yo)5.04 G
-2.54(uc)1.1 G .04(an force)-2.54 F 3.184(aq)102 237 S .684
-(ueue run using the)-3.184 F F0<ad71>3.184 E F1 .684(\215ag \(with no v)
+2.54(uc)1.1 G .04(an force)-2.54 F 3.185(aq)102 237 S .685
+(ueue run using the)-3.185 F F0<ad71>3.184 E F1 .684(\215ag \(with no v)
3.184 F 3.184(alue\). It)-.25 F .684(is entertaining to use the)3.184 F
-F0<ad76>3.185 E F1 .685(\215ag \(v)3.185 F .685(erbose\) when)-.15 F
+F0<ad76>3.184 E F1 .684(\215ag \(v)3.184 F .684(erbose\) when)-.15 F
(this is done to w)102 249 Q(atch what happens:)-.1 E
-(/usr/sbin/sendmail \255q \255v)142 265.2 Q -1.1(Yo)127 285.6 S 3(uc)1.1
-G .499
-(an also limit the jobs to those with a particular queue identi\214er)-3
-F 2.999(,r)-.4 G .499(ecipient, sender)-2.999 F 2.999(,q)-.4 G(uar)
--2.999 E(-)-.2 E 2.097
-(antine reason, or queue group using one of the queue modi\214ers.)102
-297.6 R -.15(Fo)7.097 G 4.597(re).15 G 2.097(xample, \231\255qRberk)
--4.747 F(ele)-.1 E<799a>-.15 E 1.364
+(/usr/sbin/sendmail \255q \255v)142 265.2 Q -1.1(Yo)127 285.6 S 2.999
+(uc)1.1 G .499
+(an also limit the jobs to those with a particular queue identi\214er)
+-2.999 F 3(,r)-.4 G .5(ecipient, sender)-3 F 3(,q)-.4 G(uar)-3 E(-)-.2 E
+2.097(antine reason, or queue group using one of the queue modi\214ers.)
+102 297.6 R -.15(Fo)7.097 G 4.597(re).15 G 2.096(xample, \231\255qRberk)
+-4.747 F(ele)-.1 E<799a>-.15 E 1.363
(restricts the queue run to jobs that ha)102 309.6 R 1.664 -.15(ve t)-.2
-H 1.364(he string \231berk).15 F(ele)-.1 E 1.364(y\232 some)-.15 F 1.363
-(where in one of the recipient)-.25 F 2.842(addresses. Similarly)102
-321.6 R 2.842<2c99>-.65 G .342(\255qSstring\232 limits the run to parti\
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+H 1.364(he string \231berk).15 F(ele)-.1 E 1.364(y\232 some)-.15 F 1.364
+(where in one of the recipient)-.25 F 2.843(addresses. Similarly)102
+321.6 R 2.843<2c99>-.65 G .342(\255qSstring\232 limits the run to parti\
+cular senders, \231\255qIstring\232 limits it to partic-)-2.843 F .408(\
ular queue identi\214ers, and \231\255qQstring\232 limits it to particu\
lar quarantined reasons and only operated)102 333.6 R 1.748(on quaranti\
ned queue items, and \231\255qGstring\232 limits it to a particular que\
-ue group.)102 345.6 R 1.748(The named)6.748 F .389
-(queue group will be run e)102 357.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.889(ni).15 G
-2.888(fi)-2.889 G 2.888(ti)-2.888 G 2.888(ss)-2.888 G .388(et to ha)
+ue group.)102 345.6 R 1.747(The named)6.747 F .388
+(queue group will be run e)102 357.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.888(ni).15 G
+2.888(fi)-2.888 G 2.888(ti)-2.888 G 2.888(ss)-2.888 G .388(et to ha)
-2.888 F .688 -.15(ve 0 r)-.2 H 2.888(unners. Y).15 F .388
-(ou may also place an)-1.1 F F0(!)2.888 E F1 .388(before the)5.388 F F0
-(I)2.888 E F1(or)2.888 E F0(R)102 369.6 Q F1(or)3.052 E F0(S)3.052 E F1
-(or)3.052 E F0(Q)3.052 E F1 .552(to indicate that jobs are limited to n\
-ot including a particular queue identi\214er)3.052 F 3.053(,r)-.4 G
-(ecipient)-3.053 E .252(or sender)102 381.6 R 5.252(.F)-.55 G .252(or e)
--5.402 F .252(xample, \231\255q!Rseattle\232 limits the queue run to jo\
-bs that do not ha)-.15 F .551 -.15(ve t)-.2 H .251(he string \231seat-)
-.15 F .296(tle\232 some)102 393.6 R .297
+(ou may also place an)-1.1 F F0(!)2.889 E F1 .389(before the)5.389 F F0
+(I)2.889 E F1(or)2.889 E F0(R)102 369.6 Q F1(or)3.053 E F0(S)3.053 E F1
+(or)3.053 E F0(Q)3.053 E F1 .552(to indicate that jobs are limited to n\
+ot including a particular queue identi\214er)3.052 F 3.052(,r)-.4 G
+(ecipient)-3.052 E .251(or sender)102 381.6 R 5.251(.F)-.55 G .251(or e)
+-5.401 F .252(xample, \231\255q!Rseattle\232 limits the queue run to jo\
+bs that do not ha)-.15 F .552 -.15(ve t)-.2 H .252(he string \231seat-)
+.15 F .297(tle\232 some)102 393.6 R .297
(where in one of the recipient addresses.)-.25 F .297
(Should you need to terminate the queue jobs cur)5.297 F(-)-.2 E
(rently acti)102 405.6 Q .3 -.15(ve t)-.25 H(hen a SIGTERM to the paren\
t of the process \(or processes\) will cleanly stop the jobs.).15 E F0
-2.5(3.4. Deb)87 429.6 R(ugging)-.2 E F1 .256(There are a f)127 445.8 R
+2.5(3.4. Deb)87 429.6 R(ugging)-.2 E F1 .255(There are a f)127 445.8 R
.256(airly lar)-.1 F .256(ge number of deb)-.18 F .256(ug \215ags b)-.2
F .256(uilt into)-.2 F F2(sendmail)2.756 E F1 5.256(.E)C .256(ach deb)
--5.256 F .256(ug \215ag has a cat-)-.2 F -.15(eg)102 457.8 S .501
+-5.256 F .256(ug \215ag has a cat-)-.2 F -.15(eg)102 457.8 S .502
(ory and a le).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.002(l. Higher).15 F(le)3.002 E -.15
(ve)-.25 G .502(ls increase the le).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.002(lo).15 G
3.002(fd)-3.002 G(eb)-3.002 E .502(ugging acti)-.2 F .502
-(vity; in most cases, this means)-.25 F .138
-(to print out more information.)102 469.8 R .138(The con)5.138 F -.15
-(ve)-.4 G .138(ntion is that le).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .137
-(ls greater than nine are \231absurd,).15 F 2.637<9a69>-.7 G .137
-(.e., the)-2.637 F(y)-.15 E .869
+(vity; in most cases, this means)-.25 F .137
+(to print out more information.)102 469.8 R .137(The con)5.137 F -.15
+(ve)-.4 G .137(ntion is that le).15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .138
+(ls greater than nine are \231absurd,).15 F 2.638<9a69>-.7 G .138
+(.e., the)-2.638 F(y)-.15 E .87
(print out so much information that you w)102 481.8 R(ouldn')-.1 E 3.369
-(tn)-.18 G .869(ormally w)-3.369 F .87(ant to see them e)-.1 F .87
+(tn)-.18 G .869(ormally w)-3.369 F .869(ant to see them e)-.1 F .869
(xcept for deb)-.15 F(ugging)-.2 E(that particular piece of code.)102
493.8 Q -1.1(Yo)127 510 S 2.866(us)1.1 G(hould)-2.866 E F0(ne)2.866 E
-.1(ve)-.15 G(r).1 E F1 .366(run a production sendmail serv)2.866 F .366
@@ -2010,21 +2014,21 @@ F .256(uilt into)-.2 F F2(sendmail)2.756 E F1 5.256(.E)C .256(ach deb)
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(5.3.1.1 says that this parameter should be `)117 148.2 Q
(`at least 4\2555 days')-.74 E('.)-.74 E(The)142 164.4 Q F0 -.18(Ti)
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+(ex)117 188.4 S(ample, the line).15 E -.4(OT)157 204.6 S(5d/4h).4 E .972
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G .971(ays, b)-3.471 F .971(ut a w)-.2 F .971
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-(By setting the)127 273 R F0 -.25(Fo)3.349 G(rkEachJ).25 E(ob)-.15 E F1
-(\()3.349 E F0(Y)A F1 3.348(\)o)C(ption,)-3.348 E F2(sendmail)3.348 E F1
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+(By setting the)127 273 R F0 -.25(Fo)3.348 G(rkEachJ).25 E(ob)-.15 E F1
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(as used with earlier releases to pre)-.1 F -.15(ve)-.25 G(nt).15 E F2
(sendmail)2.986 E F1 .486(from con-)2.986 F 1.562(suming lar)102 297 R
1.562(ge amounts of memory)-.18 F 6.562(.I)-.65 G 4.062(ts)-6.562 G
1.562(hould no longer be necessary with)-4.062 F F2(sendmail)4.062 E F1
4.062(8.12. If)4.062 F(the)4.062 E F0 -.25(Fo)102 309 S(rkEachJ).25 E
-(ob)-.15 E F1 .245(option is not set,)2.745 F F2(sendmail)2.745 E F1
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+(ob)-.15 E F1 .246(option is not set,)2.746 F F2(sendmail)2.746 E F1
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(wn during a queue run,)-.25 F(which can impro)102 321 Q .3 -.15(ve p)
-.15 H(erformance dramatically).15 E(.)-.65 E(If the)127 337.2 Q F0 -.25
(Fo)2.5 G(rkEachJ).25 E(ob)-.15 E F1(option is set,)2.5 E F2(sendmail)
@@ -2530,30 +2536,30 @@ G .971(ays, b)-3.471 F .971(ut a w)-.2 F .971
R(Priorities)2.5 E F1(Ev)127 377.4 Q 1.128(ery message is assigned a pr\
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+(ork recipient f)-.1 F(actor)-.1 E 4.243 -.7(.\232 T)-.55 H .343
(he priority).7 F .073(is used to order the queue.)102 413.4 R .073(Hig\
her numbers for the priority mean that the message will be processed)
-5.073 F(later when running the queue.)102 425.4 Q .329
-(The message size is included so that lar)127 441.6 R .328
-(ge messages are penalized relati)-.18 F .628 -.15(ve t)-.25 H 2.828(os)
-.15 G .328(mall messages.)-2.828 F .285(The message class allo)102 453.6
+5.073 F(later when running the queue.)102 425.4 Q .328
+(The message size is included so that lar)127 441.6 R .329
+(ge messages are penalized relati)-.18 F .629 -.15(ve t)-.25 H 2.829(os)
+.15 G .329(mall messages.)-2.829 F .285(The message class allo)102 453.6
R .285(ws users to send \231high priority\232 messages by including a \
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-465.6 R .008(alue of this \214eld is look)-.25 F .007(ed up in the)-.1 F
-F0(P)2.507 E F1 .007(lines of the con\214guration \214le.)2.507 F .007
-(Since the)5.007 F 1.966(number of recipients af)102 477.6 R 1.967(fect\
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+465.6 R .007(alue of this \214eld is look)-.25 F .008(ed up in the)-.1 F
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+(Since the)5.008 F 1.967(number of recipients af)102 477.6 R 1.967(fect\
s the amount of load a message presents to the system, this is also)-.25
F(included into the priority)102 489.6 Q(.)-.65 E .53
(The recipient and class f)127 505.8 R .53
(actors can be set in the con\214guration \214le using the)-.1 F F0
-(RecipientF)3.03 E(actor)-.25 E F1(\()102 517.8 Q F0(y)A F1 3.442(\)a)C
-(nd)-3.442 E F0(ClassF)3.442 E(actor)-.25 E F1(\()3.442 E F0(z)A F1
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3.442(\)o)C .942(ptions respecti)-3.442 F -.15(ve)-.25 G(ly).15 E 5.942
(.T)-.65 G(he)-5.942 E 3.442(yd)-.15 G(ef)-3.442 E .942
-(ault to 30000 \(for the recipient f)-.1 F .943(actor\) and)-.1 F
+(ault to 30000 \(for the recipient f)-.1 F .942(actor\) and)-.1 F
(1800 \(for the class f)102 529.8 Q 2.5(actor\). The)-.1 F
(initial priority is:)2.5 E F2(pri)168.495 547.8 Q/F3 10/Symbol SF(=)
3.16 E F2(msgsize)3.18 E F3(-)2.38 E F1(\()2.2 E F2(class).2 E F3<b4>
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(,h)-.4 G .828(igher v)-3.328 F .828(alues for this parameter actually \
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577.8 Q(.\))-.65 E 1.519(The priority of a job can also be adjusted eac\
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(ormally decreases the precedence of the job, on the grounds that jobs)
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+-2.867 F .137(that ha)102 630 R .437 -.15(ve f)-.2 H .137(ailed man).05
F 2.637(yt)-.15 G .137(imes will tend to f)-2.637 F .137(ail ag)-.1 F
.137(ain in the future.)-.05 F(The)5.137 E F0(RetryF)2.637 E(actor)-.25
-E F1 .137(option def)2.637 F .137(aults to)-.1 F(90000.)102 642 Q F0 2.5
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+E F1 .137(option def)2.637 F .138(aults to)-.1 F(90000.)102 642 Q F0 2.5
+(4.4. Load)87 666 R(Limiting)2.5 E F2(Sendmail)127 682.2 Q F1 .102
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+.101(rage gets too high).15 F .483(using the)102 694.2 R F0(QueueLA)
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.483(the load a)2.983 F -.15(ve)-.2 G .483(rage e).15 F .483
-(xceeds the v)-.15 F .483(alue of the)-.25 F F0(QueueLA)2.983 E F1
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(ry mode is set to).15 F F0(q)3.032 E F1 .532(\(queue only\) if the)
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-(\)o)C .532(ption di)-3.032 F .532(vided by the dif)-.25 F(ference)-.25
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E .01(in the current load a)102 718.2 R -.15(ve)-.2 G .01(rage and the)
.15 F F0(QueueLA)2.51 E F1 .01
(option plus one is less than the priority of the message)2.51 F 0 Cg EP
@@ -2602,24 +2608,24 @@ SF(pri)251.425 119.41 Q F1(>)3.16 E F0(QueueFactor)15.315 -7 M F2(LA)
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(rage is w).15 F .116(orth 600000 priority)-.1 F
(points \(as described abo)102 154.67 Q -.15(ve)-.15 G(\).).15 E -.15
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182.87 R .432(ork connections.)-.1 F .432
(Locally generated mail, i.e., mail which is not submitted via)5.432 F
-.318(SMTP \(including incoming UUCP mail\), is still accepted.)102
-194.87 R .317(Notice that the MSP submits mail to the)5.317 F(MT)102
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-(nd hence mail will be queued in the client queue in such a case.)-3.213
-F .714(Therefore it is)5.714 F
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+194.87 R .318(Notice that the MSP submits mail to the)5.317 F(MT)102
+206.87 Q 3.214(Av)-.93 G .714(ia SMTP)-3.214 F 3.214(,a)-1.11 G .713
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E F0 2.5(4.5. Resour)87 242.87 R(ce Limits)-.18 E F2(Sendmail)127 259.07
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(MaxRunnersP)3.889 E(erQueue)-.2 E F1 6.389(.T)C 1.389(he latter tw)
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@@ -2630,116 +2636,116 @@ Q F1 .808(has se)3.308 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .808
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-.25 G 1.082(nt to ha).15 F 1.382 -.15(ve t)-.2 H 1.082(oo man).15 F(y)
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(ve)-.25 G -.4(r,).15 G .652(these limits can be ab)102 343.07 R .652
(used to mount a denial of service attack.)-.2 F -.15(Fo)5.652 G 3.152
(re).15 G .652(xample, if)-3.302 F F0(MaxDaemonChil-)3.152 E(dr)102
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-(,l)-.4 G(ea)-3.4 E 1.2 -.15(ve t)-.2 H .9(hem idle for).15 F .591
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-R .591(If this option is set then the timeouts)5.591 F 1.187
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+.591(most of the time, and no more connections will be accepted.)102
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(wered from their def)-.25 F 1.187(ault v)-.1 F 1.187
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-(vice Attacks)-.1 E F2(Sendmail)127 431.27 Q F1 1.673(has some b)4.173 F
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-(SMTP serv)102 443.27 R .914(er by def)-.15 F .913(ault slo)-.1 F .913
+(vice Attacks)-.1 E F2(Sendmail)127 431.27 Q F1 1.674(has some b)4.174 F
+1.674(uilt-in measures ag)-.2 F 1.673
+(ainst simple denial of service \(DoS\) attacks.)-.05 F(The)6.673 E .913
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(ws do)-.25 F .913(wn if too man)-.25 F 3.413(yb)-.15 G .913
-(ad commands are issued or if some commands)-3.413 F .033
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-(Details can be found in the source \214le)5.033 F F0(sendmail/sr)2.534
+(ad commands are issued or if some commands)-3.413 F .034
+(are repeated too often within a session.)102 455.27 R .033
+(Details can be found in the source \214le)5.033 F F0(sendmail/sr)2.533
E(vrsmtp.c)-.1 E F1 2.169(by looking for the macro de\214nitions of)102
-467.27 R F0(MAXB)4.668 E(ADCOMMANDS)-.3 E F1(,)A F0(MAXNOOPCOMMANDS)
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(MAXVRFYCOMMANDS)4.414 E F1 4.414(,a)C(nd)-4.414 E F0(MAXETRNCOMMANDS)
4.414 E F1 6.914(.I)C 4.414(fa)-6.914 G(n)-4.414 E .462
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-F0(MAXcmdCOMMANDS)2.962 E F1 -.25(va)2.961 G .461(lue, then).25 F .216
-(the response is delayed e)102 503.27 R(xponentially)-.15 E 2.716(,s)
--.65 G .217(tarting with a sleep time of one second, up to a maximum of)
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+F0(MAXcmdCOMMANDS)2.962 E F1 -.25(va)2.962 G .462(lue, then).25 F .217
+(the response is delayed e)102 503.27 R(xponentially)-.15 E 2.717(,s)
+-.65 G .216(tarting with a sleep time of one second, up to a maximum of)
+-2.717 F 1.687(four minutes \(as de\214ned by)102 515.27 R F0
(MAXTIMEOUT)4.187 E F1 4.187(\). If)B 1.687(the option)4.187 F F0
(MaxDaemonChildr)4.187 E(en)-.18 E F1 1.687(is set to a)4.187 F -.25(va)
-102 527.27 S .734(lue greater than zero, then this could mak).25 F 3.235
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+102 527.27 S .735(lue greater than zero, then this could mak).25 F 3.235
+(eaD)-.1 G .735(oS attack e)-3.235 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.235(nw).15 G .734
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+(open longer than necessary)102 539.27 R 5.867(.T)-.65 G .867
(herefore a connection is terminated with a 421 SMTP reply code if)
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+-5.867 F .57(the number of commands e)102 551.27 R .57
(xceeds the limit by a f)-.15 F .57(actor of tw)-.1 F 3.07(oa)-.1 G(nd)
-3.07 E F0(MAXB)3.07 E(ADCOMMANDS)-.3 E F1 .57(is set)3.07 F(to a v)102
563.27 Q(alue greater than zero \(the def)-.25 E(ault is 25\).)-.1 E F0
-2.5(4.7. Deli)87 587.27 R -.1(ve)-.1 G(ry Mode).1 E F1 .254
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(There are a number of deli)127 603.47 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .253
-(ry modes that).15 F F2(sendmail)2.753 E F1 .253
-(can operate in, set by the)2.753 F F0(Deli)2.753 E -.1(ve)-.1 G(ryMode)
-.1 E F1(\()102 615.47 Q F0(d)A F1 3.598(\)c)C 1.098
-(on\214guration option.)-3.598 F 1.098(These modes specify ho)6.098 F
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-3.599(red. Le).15 F -.05(ga)-.15 G 3.599(lm).05 G(odes)-3.599 E(are:)102
+(ry modes that).15 F F2(sendmail)2.753 E F1 .254
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+.1 E F1(\()102 615.47 Q F0(d)A F1 3.599(\)c)C 1.099
+(on\214guration option.)-3.599 F 1.099(These modes specify ho)6.099 F
+3.598(wq)-.25 G 1.098(uickly mail will be deli)-3.598 F -.15(ve)-.25 G
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550.2 Q F1(that are changed at runtime.)2.5 E F0 2.5(5.1.1. The)102
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-R 2.771(writing rules contains a pattern.)-.25 F 2.77(Normal w)7.771 F
-2.77(ords are simply)-.1 F(matched directly)117 602.4 Q 5(.M)-.65 G
+574.2 R(left hand side)2.5 E F1 2.77(The left hand side of re)142 590.4
+R 2.771(writing rules contains a pattern.)-.25 F 2.771(Normal w)7.771 F
+2.771(ords are simply)-.1 F(matched directly)117 602.4 Q 5(.M)-.65 G
(etasyntax is introduced using a dollar sign.)-5 E(The metasymbols are:)
5 E F0($*)157 618.6 Q F1(Match zero or more tok)10.14 E(ens)-.1 E F0($+)
157 630.6 Q F1(Match one or more tok)9.44 E(ens)-.1 E F0<24ad>157 642.6
Q F1(Match e)9.44 E(xactly one tok)-.15 E(en)-.1 E F0($=)157 654.6 Q F3
(x)A F1(Match an)5 E 2.5(yp)-.15 G(hrase in class)-2.5 E F3(x)2.5 E F0
($~)157 666.6 Q F3(x)A F1(Match an)7.37 E 2.5(yw)-.15 G
-(ord not in class)-2.6 E F3(x)2.5 E F1 .131(If an)117 682.8 R 2.631(yo)
--.15 G 2.631(ft)-2.631 G .131(hese match, the)-2.631 F 2.631(ya)-.15 G
-.132(re assigned to the symbol)-2.631 F F0($)2.632 E F3(n)A F1 .132
+(ord not in class)-2.6 E F3(x)2.5 E F1 .132(If an)117 682.8 R 2.632(yo)
+-.15 G 2.632(ft)-2.632 G .132(hese match, the)-2.632 F 2.632(ya)-.15 G
+.132(re assigned to the symbol)-2.632 F F0($)2.632 E F3(n)A F1 .131
(for replacement on the right hand side,)2.632 F(where)117 694.8 Q F3(n)
2.5 E F1(is the inde)2.5 E 2.5(xi)-.15 G 2.5(nt)-2.5 G(he LHS.)-2.5 E
-.15(Fo)5 G 2.5(re).15 G(xample, if the LHS:)-2.65 E($\255:$+)157 711 Q
@@ -3347,17 +3353,17 @@ BP
96 Q(UCB)157 112.2 Q(ARP)-.35 E(A:eric)-.92 E
(the rule will match, and the v)117 128.4 Q
(alues passed to the RHS will be:)-.25 E 7.5($1 UCB)157 144.6 R(ARP)-.35
-E(A)-.92 E 7.5($2 eric)157 156.6 R(Additionally)142 177 Q 2.705(,t)-.65
-G .204(he LHS can include)-2.705 F F0($@)2.704 E F1 .204
+E(A)-.92 E 7.5($2 eric)157 156.6 R(Additionally)142 177 Q 2.704(,t)-.65
+G .204(he LHS can include)-2.704 F F0($@)2.704 E F1 .204
(to match zero tok)2.704 F 2.704(ens. This)-.1 F(is)2.704 E/F2 10
-/Times-Italic@0 SF(not)2.704 E F1 .204(bound to a)2.704 F F0($)2.704 E
-F2(n)A F1(on)2.704 E(the RHS, and is normally only used when it stands \
+/Times-Italic@0 SF(not)2.704 E F1 .204(bound to a)2.704 F F0($)2.705 E
+F2(n)A F1(on)2.705 E(the RHS, and is normally only used when it stands \
alone in order to match the null input.)117 189 Q F0 2.5(5.1.2. The)102
-213 R(right hand side)2.5 E F1 .648(When the left hand side of a re)142
+213 R(right hand side)2.5 E F1 .649(When the left hand side of a re)142
229.2 R .649(writing rule matches, the input is deleted and replaced by)
--.25 F 1.037(the right hand side.)117 241.2 R -.8(To)6.037 G -.1(ke).8 G
-1.036(ns are copied directly from the RHS unless the).1 F 3.536(yb)-.15
-G -.15(eg)-3.536 G 1.036(in with a dollar).15 F 2.5(sign. Metasymbols)
+-.25 F 1.036(the right hand side.)117 241.2 R -.8(To)6.036 G -.1(ke).8 G
+1.036(ns are copied directly from the RHS unless the).1 F 3.537(yb)-.15
+G -.15(eg)-3.537 G 1.037(in with a dollar).15 F 2.5(sign. Metasymbols)
117 253.2 R(are:)2.5 E F0($)157 269.4 Q F2(n)A F1
(Substitute inde\214nite tok)40.55 E(en)-.1 E F2(n)2.5 E F1(from LHS)2.5
E F0($[)157 281.4 Q F2(name)A F0($])A F1(Canonicalize)12.23 E F2(name)
@@ -3368,13 +3374,13 @@ F2(n)A F1(\231Call\232 ruleset)34.85 E F2(n)2.5 E F0($#)157 329.4 Q F2
(mailer)A F1(Resolv)14.44 E 2.5(et)-.15 G(o)-2.5 E F2(mailer)2.5 E F0
($@)157 341.4 Q F2(host)A F1(Specify)19.58 E F2(host)2.5 E F0($:)157
353.4 Q F2(user)A F1(Specify)25 E F2(user)2.5 E F1(The)142 373.8 Q F0($)
-3.136 E F2(n)A F1 .637(syntax substitutes the corresponding v)3.136 F
+3.137 E F2(n)A F1 .637(syntax substitutes the corresponding v)3.137 F
.637(alue from a)-.25 F F0($+)3.137 E F1(,)A F0<24ad>3.137 E F1(,)A F0
($*)3.137 E F1(,)A F0($=)3.137 E F1 3.137(,o)C(r)-3.137 E F0($~)3.137 E
-F1 .637(match on)3.137 F(the LHS.)117 385.8 Q(It may be used an)5 E
-(ywhere.)-.15 E 2.706(Ah)142 402 S .206(ost name enclosed between)-2.706
-F F0($[)2.706 E F1(and)2.706 E F0($])2.706 E F1 .206(is look)2.706 F
-.205(ed up in the host database\(s\) and replaced)-.1 F 1.683
+F1 .636(match on)3.136 F(the LHS.)117 385.8 Q(It may be used an)5 E
+(ywhere.)-.15 E 2.705(Ah)142 402 S .205(ost name enclosed between)-2.705
+F F0($[)2.705 E F1(and)2.705 E F0($])2.706 E F1 .206(is look)2.706 F
+.206(ed up in the host database\(s\) and replaced)-.1 F 1.683
(by the canonical name)117 416 R/F3 7/Times-Roman@0 SF(14)-4 I F1 6.683
(.F)4 K 1.683(or e)-6.833 F 1.683
(xample, \231$[ftp$]\232 might become \231ftp.CS.Berk)-.15 F(ele)-.1 E
@@ -3384,39 +3390,39 @@ F F0($[)2.706 E F1(and)2.706 E F0($])2.706 E F1 .206(is look)2.706 F
(Sendmail)8.17 E F1 3.17(recognizes its)5.67 F
(numeric IP address without calling the name serv)117 440 Q
(er and replaces it with its canonical name.)-.15 E(The)142 456.2 Q F0
-($\()3.003 E F1(...)3.003 E F0($\))5.503 E F1 .503(syntax is a more gen\
-eral form of lookup; it uses a named map instead of an)3.003 F .81
-(implicit map.)117 468.2 R .81(If no lookup is found, the indicated)5.81
-F F2(default)3.309 E F1 .809(is inserted; if no def)3.309 F .809
-(ault is speci\214ed)-.1 F .775(and no lookup matches, the v)117 480.2 R
+($\()3.004 E F1(...)3.004 E F0($\))5.504 E F1 .503(syntax is a more gen\
+eral form of lookup; it uses a named map instead of an)3.003 F .809
+(implicit map.)117 468.2 R .809(If no lookup is found, the indicated)
+5.809 F F2(default)3.309 E F1 .81(is inserted; if no def)3.309 F .81
+(ault is speci\214ed)-.1 F .776(and no lookup matches, the v)117 480.2 R
.776(alue is left unchanged.)-.25 F(The)5.776 E F2(ar)3.276 E(guments)
--.37 E F1 .776(are passed to the map for)3.276 F(possible use.)117 492.2
-Q(The)142 508.4 Q F0($>)2.62 E F2(n)A F1 .119(syntax causes the remaind\
-er of the line to be substituted as usual and then passed)2.62 F .586
-(as the ar)117 520.4 R .586(gument to ruleset)-.18 F F2(n)3.086 E F1
-5.586(.T)C .586(he \214nal v)-5.586 F .586(alue of ruleset)-.25 F F2(n)
-3.087 E F1 .587(then becomes the substitution for this)3.087 F 3.759
-(rule. The)117 532.4 R F0($>)3.759 E F1 1.259(syntax e)3.759 F 1.259
+-.37 E F1 .775(are passed to the map for)3.275 F(possible use.)117 492.2
+Q(The)142 508.4 Q F0($>)2.619 E F2(n)A F1 .119(syntax causes the remain\
+der of the line to be substituted as usual and then passed)2.619 F .587
+(as the ar)117 520.4 R .587(gument to ruleset)-.18 F F2(n)3.087 E F1
+5.587(.T)C .587(he \214nal v)-5.587 F .586(alue of ruleset)-.25 F F2(n)
+3.086 E F1 .586(then becomes the substitution for this)3.086 F 3.758
+(rule. The)117 532.4 R F0($>)3.758 E F1 1.258(syntax e)3.758 F 1.258
(xpands e)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.259
(rything after the ruleset name to the end of the replacement).15 F .976
(string and then passes that as the initial input to the ruleset.)117
-544.4 R(Recursi)5.976 E 1.277 -.15(ve c)-.25 H .977(alls are allo).15 F
-3.477(wed. F)-.25 F(or)-.15 E -.15(ex)117 556.4 S(ample,).15 E
+544.4 R(Recursi)5.976 E 1.276 -.15(ve c)-.25 H .976(alls are allo).15 F
+3.476(wed. F)-.25 F(or)-.15 E -.15(ex)117 556.4 S(ample,).15 E
($>0 $>3 $1)157 572.6 Q -.15(ex)117 588.8 S(pands $1, passes that to ru\
leset 3, and then passes the result of ruleset 3 to ruleset 0.).15 E
-(The)142 605 Q F0($#)2.769 E F1 .268(syntax should)2.769 F F2(only)2.768
+(The)142 605 Q F0($#)2.768 E F1 .268(syntax should)2.768 F F2(only)2.768
E F1 .268
(be used in ruleset zero, a subroutine of ruleset zero, or rulesets)
-2.768 F .454(that return decisions \(e.g., check_rcpt\).)117 617 R .455
-(It causes e)5.454 F -.25(va)-.25 G .455
+2.768 F .455(that return decisions \(e.g., check_rcpt\).)117 617 R .455
+(It causes e)5.455 F -.25(va)-.25 G .454
(luation of the ruleset to terminate immedi-).25 F(ately)117 629 Q 2.565
(,a)-.65 G .065(nd signals to)-2.565 F F2(sendmail)2.565 E F1 .065
(that the address has completely resolv)2.565 F 2.565(ed. The)-.15 F
.065(complete syntax for)2.565 F(ruleset 0 is:)117 641 Q F0($#)157 657.2
-Q F2(mailer)A F0($@)2.5 E F2(host)A F0($:)2.5 E F2(user)A F1 1.512
+Q F2(mailer)A F0($@)2.5 E F2(host)A F0($:)2.5 E F2(user)A F1 1.513
(This speci\214es the {mailer)117 673.4 R 4.013(,h)-.4 G 1.513
(ost, user} 3-tuple necessary to direct the mailer)-4.013 F 6.513(.N)
--.55 G 1.513(ote: the third)-6.513 F .32 LW 76 683 72 683 DL 80 683 76
+-.55 G 1.512(ote: the third)-6.513 F .32 LW 76 683 72 683 DL 80 683 76
683 DL 84 683 80 683 DL 88 683 84 683 DL 92 683 88 683 DL 96 683 92 683
DL 100 683 96 683 DL 104 683 100 683 DL 108 683 104 683 DL 112 683 108
683 DL 116 683 112 683 DL 120 683 116 683 DL 124 683 120 683 DL 128 683
@@ -3436,36 +3442,36 @@ E/F6 8/Times-Italic@0 SF(hostname)2 E F5 2($\). In)B(particular)2 E 2
BP
%%EndPageSetup
/F0 10/Times-Bold@0 SF 193.36(SMM:08-40 Sendmail)72 60 R
-(Installation and Operation Guide)2.5 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF 1.254
-(element \()117 96 R/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(user)3.754 E F1 3.754(\)i)
-3.754 G 3.754(so)-3.754 G 1.254(ften also called)-3.754 F F2(addr)3.754
-E(ess)-.37 E F1 3.754(part. If)3.754 F 1.253
+(Installation and Operation Guide)2.5 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF 1.253
+(element \()117 96 R/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(user)3.753 E F1 3.753(\)i)
+3.753 G 3.753(so)-3.753 G 1.253(ften also called)-3.753 F F2(addr)3.754
+E(ess)-.37 E F1 3.754(part. If)3.754 F 1.254
(the mailer is local the host part may be)3.754 F(omitted)117 110 Q/F3 7
-/Times-Roman@0 SF(15)-4 I F1 5.968(.T)4 K(he)-5.968 E F2(mailer)3.467 E
+/Times-Roman@0 SF(15)-4 I F1 5.967(.T)4 K(he)-5.967 E F2(mailer)3.467 E
F1 .967(must be a single w)3.467 F .967(ord, b)-.1 F .967(ut the)-.2 F
F2(host)3.467 E F1(and)3.467 E F2(user)3.467 E F1 .967
-(may be multi-part.)3.467 F .967(If the)5.967 F F2(mailer)117 122 Q F1
-.025(is the b)2.525 F .025(uilt-in IPC mailer)-.2 F 2.525(,t)-.4 G(he)
--2.525 E F2(host)2.525 E F1 .026
+(may be multi-part.)3.467 F .968(If the)5.967 F F2(mailer)117 122 Q F1
+.026(is the b)2.526 F .026(uilt-in IPC mailer)-.2 F 2.525(,t)-.4 G(he)
+-2.525 E F2(host)2.525 E F1 .025
(may be a colon-separated list of hosts that are searched)2.525 F .723
(in order for the \214rst w)117 134 R .723(orking address \(e)-.1 F .723
(xactly lik)-.15 F 3.223(eM)-.1 G 3.223(Xr)-3.223 G 3.223(ecords\). The)
--3.223 F F2(user)3.223 E F1 .723(is later re)3.223 F .723(written by)
--.25 F .105(the mailer)117 146 R .105(-speci\214c en)-.2 F -.15(ve)-.4 G
-.105(lope re).15 F .105(writing set and assigned to the)-.25 F F0($u)
-2.606 E F1 2.606(macro. As)2.606 F 2.606(as)2.606 G .106
-(pecial case, if the)-2.606 F 1.033(mailer speci\214ed has the)117 158 R
+-3.223 F F2(user)3.223 E F1 .723(is later re)3.223 F .724(written by)
+-.25 F .106(the mailer)117 146 R .106(-speci\214c en)-.2 F -.15(ve)-.4 G
+.106(lope re).15 F .106(writing set and assigned to the)-.25 F F0($u)
+2.606 E F1 2.605(macro. As)2.606 F 2.605(as)2.605 G .105
+(pecial case, if the)-2.605 F 1.033(mailer speci\214ed has the)117 158 R
F0(F=@)3.533 E F1 1.033
(\215ag speci\214ed and the \214rst character of the)3.533 F F0($:)3.533
-E F1 -.25(va)3.533 G 1.033(lue is \231@\232, the).25 F .016
+E F1 -.25(va)3.533 G 1.033(lue is \231@\232, the).25 F .017
(\231@\232 is stripped of)117 170 R .017(f, and a \215ag is set in the \
address descriptor that causes sendmail to not do rule-)-.25 F
-(set 5 processing.)117 182 Q(Normally)142 198.2 Q 3.252(,ar)-.65 G .751
-(ule that matches is retried, that is, the rule loops until it f)-3.252
-F 3.251(ails. A)-.1 F .751(RHS may)3.251 F 1.085(also be preceded by a)
-117 210.2 R F0($@)3.585 E F1 1.085(or a)3.585 F F0($:)3.585 E F1 1.085
+(set 5 processing.)117 182 Q(Normally)142 198.2 Q 3.251(,ar)-.65 G .751
+(ule that matches is retried, that is, the rule loops until it f)-3.251
+F 3.252(ails. A)-.1 F .752(RHS may)3.252 F 1.086(also be preceded by a)
+117 210.2 R F0($@)3.586 E F1 1.085(or a)3.585 F F0($:)3.585 E F1 1.085
(to change this beha)3.585 F(vior)-.2 E 6.085(.A)-.55 G F0($@)-2.5 E F1
-1.086(pre\214x causes the ruleset to)3.586 F 1.46
+1.085(pre\214x causes the ruleset to)3.585 F 1.46
(return with the remainder of the RHS as the v)117 222.2 R 3.96(alue. A)
-.25 F F0($:)3.96 E F1 1.46(pre\214x causes the rule to terminate)3.96 F
(immediately)117 234.2 Q 3.756(,b)-.65 G 1.256
@@ -3479,17 +3485,17 @@ E F1(and)2.5 E F0($:)2.5 E F1(pre\214x)2.5 E(es may precede a)-.15 E F0
(n, and continues; the).15 F F0($:)3.756 E F1 1.256(is necessary to a)
3.756 F -.2(vo)-.2 G 1.256(id an).2 F(in\214nite loop.)117 306.8 Q 1.205
(Substitution occurs in the order described, that is, parameters from t\
-he LHS are substi-)142 323 R .22(tuted, hostnames are canonicalized, \
+he LHS are substi-)142 323 R .219(tuted, hostnames are canonicalized, \
\231subroutines\232 are called, and \214nally)117 335 R F0($#)2.719 E F1
-(,)A F0($@)2.719 E F1 2.719(,a)C(nd)-2.719 E F0($:)2.719 E F1 .219
-(are pro-)2.719 F(cessed.)117 347 Q F0 2.5(5.1.3. Semantics)102 371 R
-(of r)2.5 E(ewriting rule sets)-.18 E F1 1.847(There are six re)142
-387.2 R 1.847(writing sets that ha)-.25 F 2.147 -.15(ve s)-.2 H 1.847
+(,)A F0($@)2.719 E F1 2.72(,a)C(nd)-2.72 E F0($:)2.72 E F1 .22(are pro-)
+2.72 F(cessed.)117 347 Q F0 2.5(5.1.3. Semantics)102 371 R(of r)2.5 E
+(ewriting rule sets)-.18 E F1 1.848(There are six re)142 387.2 R 1.847
+(writing sets that ha)-.25 F 2.147 -.15(ve s)-.2 H 1.847
(peci\214c semantics.).15 F(Fi)6.847 E 2.147 -.15(ve o)-.25 H 4.347(ft)
-.15 G 1.848(hese are related as)-4.347 F(depicted by \214gure 1.)117
+.15 G 1.847(hese are related as)-4.347 F(depicted by \214gure 1.)117
399.2 Q 1.029
(Ruleset three should turn the address into \231canonical form.)142
-415.4 R 6.029<9a54>-.7 G 1.029(his form should ha)-6.029 F 1.329 -.15
+415.4 R 6.029<9a54>-.7 G 1.03(his form should ha)-6.029 F 1.33 -.15
(ve t)-.2 H(he).15 E(basic syntax:)117 427.4 Q .4 LW 77 451.4 72 451.4
DL 79 451.4 74 451.4 DL 84 451.4 79 451.4 DL 89 451.4 84 451.4 DL 94
451.4 89 451.4 DL 99 451.4 94 451.4 DL 104 451.4 99 451.4 DL 109 451.4
@@ -3593,9 +3599,9 @@ DL 108 673.4 104 673.4 DL 112 673.4 108 673.4 DL 116 673.4 112 673.4 DL
673.4 188 673.4 DL 196 673.4 192 673.4 DL 200 673.4 196 673.4 DL 204
673.4 200 673.4 DL 208 673.4 204 673.4 DL 212 673.4 208 673.4 DL 216
673.4 212 673.4 DL/F4 5/Times-Roman@0 SF(15)93.6 683.8 Q/F5 8
-/Times-Roman@0 SF -.88(Yo)3.2 K 2.725(um).88 G .725(ay w)-2.725 F .726
+/Times-Roman@0 SF -.88(Yo)3.2 K 2.726(um).88 G .726(ay w)-2.726 F .726
(ant to use it for special \231per user\232 e)-.08 F 2.726(xtensions. F)
--.12 F .726(or e)-.12 F .726
+-.12 F .726(or e)-.12 F .725
(xample, in the address \231jgm+foo@CMU.EDU\232; the \231+foo\232)-.12 F
(part is not part of the user name, and is passed to the local mailer f\
or local use.)72 696.6 Q 0 Cg EP
@@ -3607,92 +3613,92 @@ BP
(SMM:08-41)195.86 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF(local-part@host-domain-spec)
157 96 Q(Ruleset three is applied by)117 112.2 Q/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF
(sendmail)2.5 E F1(before doing an)2.5 E(ything with an)-.15 E 2.5(ya)
--.15 G(ddress.)-2.5 E .301
+-.15 G(ddress.)-2.5 E .302
(If no \231@\232 sign is speci\214ed, then the host-domain-spec)142
-128.4 R F2(may)2.801 E F1 .302(be appended \(box \231D\232 in Fig-)2.801
-F .578(ure 1\) from the sender address \(if the)117 140.4 R F0(C)3.077 E
+128.4 R F2(may)2.801 E F1 .301(be appended \(box \231D\232 in Fig-)2.801
+F .577(ure 1\) from the sender address \(if the)117 140.4 R F0(C)3.077 E
F1 .577(\215ag is set in the mailer de\214nition corresponding to the)
3.077 F F2(sending)117 152.4 Q F1(mailer\).)2.5 E 1.021(Ruleset zero is\
applied after ruleset three to addresses that are going to actually sp\
-ecify)142 168.6 R 2.819(recipients. It)117 180.6 R .319(must resolv)
-2.819 F 2.819(et)-.15 G 2.819(oa)-2.819 G F2({mailer)A 2.819(,h)-1.11 G
+ecify)142 168.6 R 2.818(recipients. It)117 180.6 R .318(must resolv)
+2.818 F 2.818(et)-.15 G 2.819(oa)-2.818 G F2({mailer)A 2.819(,h)-1.11 G
.319(ost, addr)-2.819 F(ess})-.37 E F1 2.819(triple. The)2.819 F F2
-(mailer)2.819 E F1 .318(must be de\214ned in the)2.819 F .751
+(mailer)2.819 E F1 .319(must be de\214ned in the)2.819 F .752
(mailer de\214nitions from the con\214guration \214le.)117 192.6 R(The)
5.751 E F2(host)3.251 E F1 .751(is de\214ned into the)3.251 F F0($h)
-3.251 E F1 .752(macro for use in)3.252 F 1.203(the ar)117 204.6 R 1.203
+3.251 E F1 .751(macro for use in)3.251 F 1.202(the ar)117 204.6 R 1.202
(gv e)-.18 F 1.203(xpansion of the speci\214ed mailer)-.15 F 6.203(.N)
-.55 G 1.203(otice: since the en)-6.203 F -.15(ve)-.4 G 1.203
-(lope sender address will be).15 F .644(used if a deli)117 216.6 R -.15
-(ve)-.25 G .645(ry status noti\214cation must be send, i.e., is may spe\
-cify a recipient, it is also run).15 F 1.549(through ruleset zero.)117
-228.6 R 1.549(If ruleset zero returns a temporary error)6.549 F F0(4xy)
-4.048 E F1 1.548(then deli)4.048 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.548(ry is deferred.)
+(lope sender address will be).15 F .645(used if a deli)117 216.6 R -.15
+(ve)-.25 G .644(ry status noti\214cation must be send, i.e., is may spe\
+cify a recipient, it is also run).15 F 1.548(through ruleset zero.)117
+228.6 R 1.548(If ruleset zero returns a temporary error)6.548 F F0(4xy)
+4.049 E F1 1.549(then deli)4.049 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.549(ry is deferred.)
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(Commonly rede\214ned to include the con\214gu-)5.47 F(ration v)127 617
Q(ersion number)-.15 E 2.5(,e)-.4 G
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633.2 R(en)2.5 E -.15(ve)-.4 G(lope sender \(from\) address.).15 E 12.5
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(be rede\214ned to be the fully quali\214ed domain name if your system \
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102 253.2 R(name of the daemon \(for error messages\).)2.5 E(Def)5 E
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.856(do RFC 822 parsing; a richer set of operators is \231.:%@!/[]\232,\
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(the %-hack, and X.400 addresses.)127 329.4 Q 12.5($p Sendmail')102
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Q 5<9a6f>-.7 G 2.5<7299>-5 G($g$?x \($x\)$.)-2.5 E
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(pecial characters if the \214rst form is used.).15 E 14.17($r Protocol)
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F(which case it is set to the EHLO/HELO parameter\).)127 486.6 Q 14.72
($t A)102 502.8 R 1.607(numeric representation of the current time in t\
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-E F1 2.823(,f)C(or)-2.823 E 0 Cg EP
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(sa)-.55 G 1.223(uthentication credentials as determined by authenticat\
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(${auth_type})102 204.6 Q
(The mechanism used for SMTP authentication \(only set if successful\).)
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+(the connecting client.)127 228.6 R(Ne)5.561 E .561
(xt the IP addresses of that hostname are look)-.15 F .561(ed up.)-.1 F
-.561(If the client IP)5.561 F .782
+.562(If the client IP)5.562 F .782
(address does not appear in that list, then the hostname is maybe for)
-127 240.6 R 3.282(ged. This)-.18 F .782(is re\215ected as)3.282 F(the v)
+127 240.6 R 3.282(ged. This)-.18 F .781(is re\215ected as)3.282 F(the v)
127 252.6 Q(alue FORGED for)-.25 E F0(${client_r)2.5 E(esolv)-.18 E(e})
-.1 E F1(and it also sho)2.5 E(ws up in)-.25 E F0($_)2.5 E F1
(as "\(may be for)2.5 E(ged\)".)-.18 E(${cn_issuer})102 268.8 Q .874(Th\
e CN \(common name\) of the CA that signed the presented certi\214cate \
-\(ST)127 280.8 R(AR)-.93 E .873(TTLS only\).)-.6 F .376
+\(ST)127 280.8 R(AR)-.93 E .874(TTLS only\).)-.6 F .376
(Note: if the CN cannot be e)127 292.8 R .376
(xtracted properly it will be replaced by one of these strings based)
-.15 F(on the encountered error:)127 304.8 Q 8.62
@@ -4307,39 +4313,39 @@ e CN \(common name\) of the CA that signed the presented certi\214cate \
(In the last case, some other \(unspeci\214c\) error occurred.)127 361.2
Q(${cn_subject})102 377.4 Q 1.251
(The CN \(common name\) of the presented certi\214cate \(ST)127 389.4 R
-(AR)-.93 E 1.251(TTLS only\).)-.6 F(See)6.251 E F0(${cn_issuer})3.75 E
-F1(for possible replacements.)127 401.4 Q(${currHeader})102 417.6 Q .163
+(AR)-.93 E 1.251(TTLS only\).)-.6 F(See)6.251 E F0(${cn_issuer})3.751 E
+F1(for possible replacements.)127 401.4 Q(${currHeader})102 417.6 Q .164
(Header v)127 429.6 R .164
(alue as quoted string \(possibly truncated to)-.25 F F0(MAXN)2.664 E
-(AME)-.2 E F1 2.664(\). This)B .164(macro is only a)2.664 F -.25(va)-.2
+(AME)-.2 E F1 2.664(\). This)B .163(macro is only a)2.664 F -.25(va)-.2
G(il-).25 E(able in header check rulesets.)127 441.6 Q(${daemon_addr})
102 457.8 Q(The IP address the daemon is listening on for connections.)
-127 469.8 Q(${daemon_f)102 486 Q(amily})-.1 E .356(The netw)127 498 R
-.356(ork f)-.1 F .356(amily if the daemon is accepting netw)-.1 F .356
-(ork connections.)-.1 F .355(Possible v)5.356 F .355(alues include)-.25
+127 469.8 Q(${daemon_f)102 486 Q(amily})-.1 E .355(The netw)127 498 R
+.355(ork f)-.1 F .356(amily if the daemon is accepting netw)-.1 F .356
+(ork connections.)-.1 F .356(Possible v)5.356 F .356(alues include)-.25
F(\231inet\232, \231inet6\232, \231iso\232, \231ns\232, \231x.25\232)127
510 Q(${daemon_\215ags})102 526.2 Q .103
(The \215ags for the daemon as speci\214ed by the Modi\214er= part of)
-127 538.2 R F0(DaemonP)2.603 E(ortOptions)-.2 E F1(whereby)2.604 E .548
+127 538.2 R F0(DaemonP)2.603 E(ortOptions)-.2 E F1(whereby)2.603 E .548
(the \215ags are separated from each other by spaces, and upper case \
-\215ags are doubled.)127 550.2 R .548(That is,)5.548 F .37
+\215ags are doubled.)127 550.2 R .549(That is,)5.549 F .37
(Modi\214er=Ea will be represented as "EE a" in)127 562.2 R F0
(${daemon_\215ags})2.87 E F1 2.87(,w)C .37(hich is required for testing)
-2.87 F(the \215ags in rulesets.)127 574.2 Q(${daemon_info})102 590.4 Q
-4.764(Some information about a daemon as a te)127 602.4 R 4.763
-(xt string.)-.15 F -.15(Fo)9.763 G 7.263(re).15 G 4.763
-(xample, \231SMTP+queue-)-7.413 F(ing@00:30:00\232.)127 614.4 Q
+4.763(Some information about a daemon as a te)127 602.4 R 4.764
+(xt string.)-.15 F -.15(Fo)9.764 G 7.264(re).15 G 4.764
+(xample, \231SMTP+queue-)-7.414 F(ing@00:30:00\232.)127 614.4 Q
(${daemon_name})102 630.6 Q .734(The name of the daemon from)127 642.6 R
F0(DaemonP)3.234 E(ortOptions)-.2 E F1 .734(Name= suboption.)3.234 F
-.735(If this suboption is)5.734 F
+.734(If this suboption is)5.734 F
(not set, "Daemon#", where # is the daemon number)127 654.6 Q 2.5(,i)-.4
G 2.5(su)-2.5 G(sed.)-2.5 E(${daemon_port})102 670.8 Q 1.459
(The port the daemon is accepting connection on.)127 682.8 R(Unless)
-6.459 E F0(DaemonP)3.959 E(ortOptions)-.2 E F1 1.459(is set, this)3.959
-F(will most lik)127 694.8 Q(ely be \23125\232.)-.1 E(${deli)102 711 Q
--.15(ve)-.25 G(ryMode}).15 E 3.641(The current deli)127 723 R -.15(ve)
--.25 G 3.641(ry mode sendmail is using.).15 F 3.641
-(It is initially set to the v)8.641 F 3.642(alue of the)-.25 F 0 Cg EP
+6.459 E F0(DaemonP)3.959 E(ortOptions)-.2 E F1 1.46(is set, this)3.959 F
+(will most lik)127 694.8 Q(ely be \23125\232.)-.1 E(${deli)102 711 Q
+-.15(ve)-.25 G(ryMode}).15 E 3.642(The current deli)127 723 R -.15(ve)
+-.25 G 3.642(ry mode sendmail is using.).15 F 3.641
+(It is initially set to the v)8.641 F 3.641(alue of the)-.25 F 0 Cg EP
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@@ -4349,21 +4355,21 @@ BP
(ryMode).1 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF(option.)2.5 E(${en)102 112.2 Q(vid})
-.4 E(The en)127 124.2 Q -.15(ve)-.4 G
(lope id parameter \(ENVID=\) passed to sendmail as part of the en).15 E
--.15(ve)-.4 G(lope.).15 E(${hdrlen})102 140.4 Q .34
+-.15(ve)-.4 G(lope.).15 E(${hdrlen})102 140.4 Q .339
(The length of the header v)127 152.4 R .339
(alue which is stored in ${currHeader} \(before possible truncation\).)
-.25 F(If this v)127 164.4 Q(alue is greater than or equal to)-.25 E F0
(MAXN)2.5 E(AME)-.2 E F1(the header has been truncated.)2.5 E
(${hdr_name})102 180.6 Q .167(The name of the header \214eld for which \
-the current header check ruleset has been called.)127 192.6 R(This)5.167
-E .832(is useful for a def)127 204.6 R .832(ault header check ruleset t\
+the current header check ruleset has been called.)127 192.6 R(This)5.166
+E .831(is useful for a def)127 204.6 R .832(ault header check ruleset t\
o get the name of the header; the macro is only)-.1 F -.2(av)127 216.6 S
-(ailable in header check rulesets.)-.05 E(${if_addr})102 232.8 Q 1.193
+(ailable in header check rulesets.)-.05 E(${if_addr})102 232.8 Q 1.194
(The IP address of the interf)127 244.8 R 1.194
(ace of an incoming connection unless it is in the loopback net.)-.1 F
(IPv6 addresses are tagged with "IPv6:" before the address.)127 256.8 Q
-(${if_addr_out})102 273 Q 1.333(The IP address of the interf)127 285 R
-1.332(ace of an outgoing connection unless it is in the loopback net.)
+(${if_addr_out})102 273 Q 1.332(The IP address of the interf)127 285 R
+1.333(ace of an outgoing connection unless it is in the loopback net.)
-.1 F(IPv6 addresses are tagged with "IPv6:" before the address.)127 297
Q(${if_f)102 313.2 Q(amily})-.1 E(The IP f)127 325.2 Q
(amily of the interf)-.1 E
@@ -4372,7 +4378,7 @@ Q(${if_f)102 313.2 Q(amily})-.1 E(The IP f)127 325.2 Q
(amily of the interf)-.1 E
(ace of an outgoing connection unless it is in the loopback net.)-.1 E
(${if_name})102 369.6 Q 1.086(The hostname associated with the interf)
-127 381.6 R 1.086(ace of an incoming connection.)-.1 F 1.087
+127 381.6 R 1.086(ace of an incoming connection.)-.1 F 1.086
(This macro can be)6.086 F(used for SmtpGreetingMessage and HRecei)127
393.6 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(df).15 G(or virtual hosting.)-2.5 E -.15(Fo)5
G 2.5(re).15 G(xample:)-2.65 E 2.5(OS)167 409.8 S
@@ -4382,20 +4388,20 @@ G 2.5(re).15 G(xample:)-2.65 E 2.5(OS)167 409.8 S
(The current load a)127 470.4 Q -.15(ve)-.2 G(rage.).15 E(${mail_addr})
102 486.6 Q 1.239(The address part of the resolv)127 498.6 R 1.239
(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.739(nf).15 G 1.239
-(or the)-3.739 F/F2 9/Times-Roman@0 SF 1.239(SMTP MAIL)3.739 F F1
-(command.)3.739 E(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 510.6 Q(er only)-.15 E
-(.)-.65 E(${mail_host})102 526.8 Q .145(The host from the resolv)127
+(or the)-3.739 F/F2 9/Times-Roman@0 SF 1.24(SMTP MAIL)3.739 F F1
+(command.)3.74 E(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 510.6 Q(er only)-.15 E
+(.)-.65 E(${mail_host})102 526.8 Q .146(The host from the resolv)127
538.8 R .146(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.646(nf)
-.15 G .146(or the)-2.646 F F2 .146(SMTP MAIL)2.646 F F1 2.646
-(command. De\214ned)2.646 F(in the SMTP serv)127 550.8 Q(er only)-.15 E
-(.)-.65 E(${mail_mailer})102 567 Q 2.141(The mailer from the resolv)127
-579 R 2.141(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 4.64(nf)
-.15 G 2.14(or the)-4.64 F F2 2.14(SMTP MAIL)4.64 F F1(command.)4.64 E
-(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 591 Q(er only)-.15 E(.)-.65 E(${msg_id})
-102 607.2 Q(The v)127 619.2 Q(alue of the Message-Id: header)-.25 E(.)
--.55 E(${msg_size})102 635.4 Q 1.032(The v)127 647.4 R 1.032
-(alue of the SIZE= parameter)-.25 F 3.532(,i)-.4 G 1.033
-(.e., usually the size of the message \(in an ESMTP dia-)-3.532 F 1.252
+.15 G .146(or the)-2.646 F F2 .145(SMTP MAIL)2.646 F F1 2.645
+(command. De\214ned)2.645 F(in the SMTP serv)127 550.8 Q(er only)-.15 E
+(.)-.65 E(${mail_mailer})102 567 Q 2.14(The mailer from the resolv)127
+579 R 2.14(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 4.641(nf)
+.15 G 2.141(or the)-4.641 F F2 2.141(SMTP MAIL)4.641 F F1(command.)4.641
+E(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 591 Q(er only)-.15 E(.)-.65 E
+(${msg_id})102 607.2 Q(The v)127 619.2 Q(alue of the Message-Id: header)
+-.25 E(.)-.55 E(${msg_size})102 635.4 Q 1.033(The v)127 647.4 R 1.033
+(alue of the SIZE= parameter)-.25 F 3.533(,i)-.4 G 1.032
+(.e., usually the size of the message \(in an ESMTP dia-)-3.533 F 1.252
(logue\), before the message has been collected, thereafter the message\
size as computed by)127 659.4 R/F3 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(sendmail)127
671.4 Q F1(\(and can be used in check_compat\).)2.5 E(${nbadrcpts})102
@@ -4406,10 +4412,10 @@ Cg EP
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/F0 10/Times-Bold@0 SF(Sendmail Installation and Operation Guide)72 60 Q
-(SMM:08-51)195.86 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF(${nrcpts})102 96 Q .048
-(The number of v)127 108 R .048
-(alidated recipients for a single message.)-.25 F .049
-(Note: since recipient v)5.049 F .049(alidation hap-)-.25 F .473
+(SMM:08-51)195.86 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF(${nrcpts})102 96 Q .049
+(The number of v)127 108 R .049
+(alidated recipients for a single message.)-.25 F .048
+(Note: since recipient v)5.048 F .048(alidation hap-)-.25 F .472
(pens after)127 120 R/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF -.15(ch)2.973 G(ec).15 E
(k_r)-.2 E(cpt)-.37 E F1 .473(has been called, the v)2.973 F .473
(alue in this ruleset is one less than what might be)-.25 F -.15(ex)127
@@ -4419,44 +4425,44 @@ BP
(\215ag\).)2.5 E(${quarantine})102 204.6 Q
(The quarantine reason for the en)127 216.6 Q -.15(ve)-.4 G
(lope, if it is quarantined.).15 E(${queue_interv)102 232.8 Q(al})-.25 E
-.361(The queue run interv)127 244.8 R .361(al gi)-.25 F -.15(ve)-.25 G
-2.861(nb).15 G 2.861(yt)-2.861 G(he)-2.861 E F0<ad71>2.861 E F1 2.862
-(\215ag. F)2.861 F .362(or e)-.15 F(xample,)-.15 E F0(\255q30m)2.862 E
-F1 -.1(wo)2.862 G .362(uld set).1 F F0(${queue_inter)2.862 E(-)-.37 E
+.362(The queue run interv)127 244.8 R .362(al gi)-.25 F -.15(ve)-.25 G
+2.862(nb).15 G 2.862(yt)-2.862 G(he)-2.862 E F0<ad71>2.861 E F1 2.861
+(\215ag. F)2.861 F .361(or e)-.15 F(xample,)-.15 E F0(\255q30m)2.861 E
+F1 -.1(wo)2.861 G .361(uld set).1 F F0(${queue_inter)2.861 E(-)-.37 E
-.1(va)127 256.8 S(l}).1 E F1(to \23100:30:00\232.)2.5 E(${rcpt_addr})
-102 273 Q 1.272(The address part of the resolv)127 285 R 1.272
-(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.771(nf).15 G 1.271
-(or the)-3.771 F/F3 9/Times-Roman@0 SF 1.271(SMTP RCPT)3.771 F F1
-(command.)3.771 E(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 297 Q
-(er only after a RCPT command.)-.15 E(${rcpt_host})102 313.2 Q .178
+102 273 Q 1.271(The address part of the resolv)127 285 R 1.272
+(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.772(nf).15 G 1.272
+(or the)-3.772 F/F3 9/Times-Roman@0 SF 1.272(SMTP RCPT)3.772 F F1
+(command.)3.772 E(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 297 Q
+(er only after a RCPT command.)-.15 E(${rcpt_host})102 313.2 Q .179
(The host from the resolv)127 325.2 R .178(ed triple of the address gi)
--.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.678(nf).15 G .178(or the)-2.678 F F3 .179
-(SMTP RCPT)2.678 F F1 2.679(command. De\214ned)2.679 F(in the SMTP serv)
+-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.678(nf).15 G .178(or the)-2.678 F F3 .178
+(SMTP RCPT)2.678 F F1 2.678(command. De\214ned)2.678 F(in the SMTP serv)
127 337.2 Q(er only after a RCPT command.)-.15 E(${rcpt_mailer})102
-353.4 Q 2.176(The mailer from the resolv)127 365.4 R 2.175
+353.4 Q 2.175(The mailer from the resolv)127 365.4 R 2.175
(ed triple of the address gi)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 4.675(nf).15 G 2.175
-(or the)-4.675 F F3 2.175(SMTP RCPT)4.675 F F1(command.)4.675 E
+(or the)-4.675 F F3 2.176(SMTP RCPT)4.676 F F1(command.)4.676 E
(De\214ned in the SMTP serv)127 377.4 Q(er only after a RCPT command.)
--.15 E(${serv)102 393.6 Q(er_addr})-.15 E .514(The address of the serv)
+-.15 E(${serv)102 393.6 Q(er_addr})-.15 E .515(The address of the serv)
127 405.6 R .514(er of the current outgoing SMTP connection.)-.15 F -.15
-(Fo)5.515 G 3.015(rL).15 G .515(MTP deli)-3.015 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .515
+(Fo)5.514 G 3.014(rL).15 G .514(MTP deli)-3.014 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .514
(ry the).15 F(macro is set to the name of the mailer)127 417.6 Q(.)-.55
E(${serv)102 433.8 Q(er_name})-.15 E(The name of the serv)127 445.8 Q
(er of the current outgoing SMTP or LMTP connection.)-.15 E(${time})102
-462 Q .007(The output of the)127 474 R F2(time)2.507 E F1 .006(\(3\) fu\
+462 Q .006(The output of the)127 474 R F2(time)2.506 E F1 .007(\(3\) fu\
nction, i.e., the number of seconds since 0 hours, 0 minutes, 0 sec-)B
(onds, January 1, 1970, Coordinated Uni)127 486 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(rsal T)
.15 E(ime \(UTC\).)-.35 E(${tls_v)102 502.2 Q(ersion})-.15 E 1.755
(The TLS/SSL v)127 514.2 R 1.755(ersion used for the connection, e.g., \
TLSv1, SSLv3, SSLv2; de\214ned after)-.15 F(ST)127 526.2 Q(AR)-.93 E
-(TTLS has been used.)-.6 E(${total_rate})102 542.4 Q 1.374
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(The total number of incoming connections o)127 554.4 R -.15(ve)-.15 G
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(al speci\214ed by Connection-)-.25 F(RateW)127 566.4 Q(indo)-.4 E
-(wSize.)-.25 E(${v)102 582.6 Q(erify})-.15 E 1.14(The result of the v)
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127 594.6 R 1.141
(eri\214cation of the presented cert; only de\214ned after ST)-.15 F(AR)
--.93 E 1.141(TTLS has been)-.6 F(used \(or attempted\).)127 606.6 Q
+-.93 E 1.14(TTLS has been)-.6 F(used \(or attempted\).)127 606.6 Q
(Possible v)5 E(alues are:)-.25 E 0 Cg EP
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(e.g., the signing CA is missing.)232 144 Q 34.73(NONE ST)167 156 R(AR)
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(error occurred.)2.5 E(PR)167 180 Q -1.88 -.4(OT O)-.4 H 10.7(COL some)
-.4 F(protocol error occurred.)2.5 E(SOFTW)167 192 Q 9.81(ARE ST)-1.2 F
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-236.4 R(The)5.749 E F0($a)3.249 E F1(and)3.249 E F0($b)3.249 E F1 .749
-(macros are in RFC 822 for)3.249 F(-)-.2 E(mat;)102 248.4 Q F0($a)3.213
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+232 228 Q .749(There are three types of dates that can be used.)127
+248.4 R(The)5.749 E F0($a)3.249 E F1(and)3.249 E F0($b)3.249 E F1 .749
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-($a)102 272.4 Q F1 .304(is set to the current time also.)2.804 F(The)
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-(lent to the).25 F F0($b)2.805 E F1 .305(macro in UNIX \(ctime\) for)
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-(Sendmail)5.238 E F1 .238(tries to \214nd the fully)2.738 F .334(quali\
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+(the current date and time \(used for postmarks\).)102 272.4 R .057
+(If no \231Date:\232 line is found in the incoming message,)5.056 F F0
+($a)102 284.4 Q F1 .305(is set to the current time also.)2.805 F(The)
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+(lent to the).25 F F0($b)2.804 E F1 .304(macro in UNIX \(ctime\) for)
+2.804 F(-)-.2 E(mat.)102 296.4 Q .238(The macros)127 312.6 R F0($w)2.738
+E F1(,)A F0($j)2.738 E F1 2.738(,a)C(nd)-2.738 E F0($m)2.738 E F1 .238
+(are set to the identity of this host.)2.738 F/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF
+(Sendmail)5.239 E F1 .239(tries to \214nd the fully)2.739 F .335(quali\
\214ed name of the host if at all possible; it does this by calling)102
-312.6 R F2 -.1(ge)2.835 G(thostname).1 E F1 .335
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(\(2\) to get the current)B .457(hostname and then passing that to)102
-324.6 R F2 -.1(ge)2.957 G(thostbyname).1 E F1 .457
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(\(3\) which is supposed to return the canonical v)B(er)-.15 E(-)-.2 E
-.278(sion of that host name.)102 338.6 R/F3 7/Times-Roman@0 SF(17)-4 I
-F1 .278(Assuming this is successful,)2.778 4 N F0($j)2.778 E F1 .279
-(is set to the fully quali\214ed name and)2.778 F F0($m)2.779 E F1(is)
-2.779 E .706(set to the domain part of the name \(e)102 350.6 R -.15(ve)
+.279(sion of that host name.)102 350.6 R/F3 7/Times-Roman@0 SF(17)-4 I
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-(\215ag on the command line or by counting the timestamps)2.857 F
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+.183([A] Specify possible alias \214le\(s\).)174 627.6 R(Each)5.182 E F1
+(spec)2.682 E F2 .182(should be in the format `)2.682 F(`)-.74 E F1
+(class)A F0(:)A F1(info)2.682 E F2 -.74('')C(where)174 639.6 Q F1(class)
+3.03 E F0(:)A F2 .531(is optional and def)3.03 F .531(aults to `)-.1 F
(`implicit')-.74 E 3.031('. Note)-.74 F(that)3.031 E F1(info)3.031 E F2
-.53(is required for)3.03 F(all)174 651.6 Q F1(class)3.524 E F2 1.024
-(es e)B 1.024(xcept \231ldap\232.)-.15 F -.15(Fo)6.024 G 3.524(rt).15 G
-1.024(he \231ldap\232 class, if)-3.524 F F1(info)3.524 E F2 1.025
+.531(is required for)3.031 F(all)174 651.6 Q F1(class)3.525 E F2 1.025
+(es e)B 1.025(xcept \231ldap\232.)-.15 F -.15(Fo)6.025 G 3.524(rt).15 G
+1.024(he \231ldap\232 class, if)-3.524 F F1(info)3.524 E F2 1.024
(is not speci\214ed, a def)3.524 F(ault)-.1 E F1(info)174 663.6 Q F2
-.25(va)2.5 G(lue is used as follo).25 E(ws:)-.25 E 0 Cg EP
%%Page: 61 57
@@ -5341,57 +5347,57 @@ iled-in list of alias \214le types, for back compatibility\), \231hash\
(is speci\214ed\), \231btree\232 \(if)2.996 F F3(NEWDB)2.996 E F1 .496
(is speci\214ed\), \231dbm\232 \(if)2.996 F F3(NDBM)2.996 E F1 .496
(is speci-)2.996 F .201(\214ed\), \231stab\232 \(internal symbol table \
-\212 not normally used unless you ha)174 208.2 R .501 -.15(ve n)-.2 H
-2.701(oo).15 G(ther)-2.701 E 2.786
+\212 not normally used unless you ha)174 208.2 R .5 -.15(ve n)-.2 H 2.7
+(oo).15 G(ther)-2.7 E 2.785
(database lookup\), \231sequence\232 \(use a sequence of maps pre)174
-220.2 R 2.785(viously declared\),)-.25 F .638(\231ldap\232 \(if)174
-232.2 R F3(LD)3.138 E(APMAP)-.36 E F1 .638
-(is speci\214ed\), or \231nis\232 \(if)3.138 F F3(NIS)3.139 E F1 .639
-(is speci\214ed\).)3.139 F .639(If a list of)5.639 F F2(spec)3.139 E F1
+220.2 R 2.786(viously declared\),)-.25 F .639(\231ldap\232 \(if)174
+232.2 R F3(LD)3.139 E(APMAP)-.36 E F1 .639
+(is speci\214ed\), or \231nis\232 \(if)3.139 F F3(NIS)3.139 E F1 .638
+(is speci\214ed\).)3.139 F .638(If a list of)5.638 F F2(spec)3.138 E F1
(s)A(are pro)174 244.2 Q(vided,)-.15 E F2(sendmail)2.5 E F1
(searches them in order)2.5 E(.)-.55 E(AliasW)102 260.4 Q(ait=)-.8 E F2
-(timeout)A F1 .141([a] If set, w)174 272.4 R .141(ait up to)-.1 F F2
-(timeout)2.641 E F1 .141(\(units def)2.641 F .14
-(ault to minutes\) for an \231@:@\232 entry to e)-.1 F(xist)-.15 E .517
+(timeout)A F1 .14([a] If set, w)174 272.4 R .14(ait up to)-.1 F F2
+(timeout)2.64 E F1 .141(\(units def)2.641 F .141
+(ault to minutes\) for an \231@:@\232 entry to e)-.1 F(xist)-.15 E .518
(in the alias database before starting up.)174 284.4 R .517
-(If it does not appear in the)5.517 F F2(timeout)3.018 E F1(inter)3.018
+(If it does not appear in the)5.517 F F2(timeout)3.017 E F1(inter)3.017
E(-)-.2 E -.25(va)174 296.4 S 2.5(li).25 G(ssue a w)-2.5 E(arning.)-.1 E
(Allo)102 312.6 Q(wBogusHELO)-.25 E 1.104([no short name] If set, allo)
174 324.6 R 3.604(wH)-.25 G 1.104(ELO SMTP commands that don')-3.604 F
-3.604(ti)-.18 G 1.103(nclude a host)-3.604 F 2.881(name. Setting)174
-336.6 R .382(this violates RFC 1123 section 5.2.5, b)2.881 F .382
-(ut is necessary to interoper)-.2 F(-)-.2 E .061(ate with se)174 348.6 R
--.15(ve)-.25 G .061(ral SMTP clients.).15 F .061(If there is a v)5.061 F
-.06(alue, it is still check)-.25 F .06(ed for le)-.1 F(gitimac)-.15 E
--.65(y.)-.15 G(AuthMaxBits=)102 364.8 Q F2(N)A F1 .697([no short name] \
+3.604(ti)-.18 G 1.104(nclude a host)-3.604 F 2.882(name. Setting)174
+336.6 R .382(this violates RFC 1123 section 5.2.5, b)2.882 F .381
+(ut is necessary to interoper)-.2 F(-)-.2 E .06(ate with se)174 348.6 R
+-.15(ve)-.25 G .06(ral SMTP clients.).15 F .061(If there is a v)5.06 F
+.061(alue, it is still check)-.25 F .061(ed for le)-.1 F(gitimac)-.15 E
+-.65(y.)-.15 G(AuthMaxBits=)102 364.8 Q F2(N)A F1 .698([no short name] \
Limit the maximum encryption strength for the security layer in)5.24 F
-1.318(SMTP A)174 376.8 R 1.318(UTH \(SASL\). Def)-.55 F 1.317
-(ault is essentially unlimited.)-.1 F 1.317(This allo)6.317 F 1.317
+1.317(SMTP A)174 376.8 R 1.317(UTH \(SASL\). Def)-.55 F 1.317
+(ault is essentially unlimited.)-.1 F 1.317(This allo)6.317 F 1.318
(ws to turn of)-.25 F(f)-.25 E .377(additional encryption in SASL if ST)
174 388.8 R(AR)-.93 E .377(TTLS is already encrypting the communi-)-.6 F
.179(cation, because the e)174 400.8 R .179
(xisting encryption strength is tak)-.15 F .179
-(en into account when choos-)-.1 F .997
+(en into account when choos-)-.1 F .998
(ing an algorithm for the security layer)174 412.8 R 5.998(.F)-.55 G
-.998(or e)-6.148 F .998(xample, if ST)-.15 F(AR)-.93 E .998
+.998(or e)-6.148 F .998(xample, if ST)-.15 F(AR)-.93 E .997
(TTLS is used and)-.6 F .437
(the symmetric cipher is 3DES, then the the k)174 424.8 R -.15(ey)-.1 G
-.437(length \(in bits\) is 168.).15 F .437(Hence set-)5.437 F(ting)174
+.437(length \(in bits\) is 168.).15 F .438(Hence set-)5.438 F(ting)174
436.8 Q F0 -.5(Au)2.5 G(thMaxBits).5 E F1(to 168 will disable an)2.5 E
2.5(ye)-.15 G(ncryption in SASL.)-2.5 E -1.05(AuthMechanisms [no)102 453
-R .687(short name] List of authentication mechanisms for A)3.187 F .688
-(UTH \(separated by spa-)-.55 F 3.049(ces\). The)174 465 R(adv)3.049 E
+R .687(short name] List of authentication mechanisms for A)3.188 F .687
+(UTH \(separated by spa-)-.55 F 3.048(ces\). The)174 465 R(adv)3.048 E
.548
(ertised list of authentication mechanisms will be the intersection of)
--.15 F 1.125(this list and the list of a)174 477 R -.25(va)-.2 G 1.126
+-.15 F 1.126(this list and the list of a)174 477 R -.25(va)-.2 G 1.125
(ilable mechanisms as determined by the Cyrus SASL).25 F(library)174 489
-Q 6.167(.I)-.65 G 3.667(fS)-6.167 G -.93(TA)-3.667 G -.6(RT).93 G 1.167
+Q 6.166(.I)-.65 G 3.667(fS)-6.166 G -.93(TA)-3.667 G -.6(RT).93 G 1.167
(TLS is acti).6 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.667(,E).15 G(XTERN)-3.667 E 1.167
-(AL will be added to this list.)-.35 F 1.166(In that)6.167 F
+(AL will be added to this list.)-.35 F 1.167(In that)6.167 F
(case, the v)174 501 Q
(alue of {cert_subject} is used as authentication id.)-.25 E 17.83
(AuthOptions [no)102 517.2 R .836
-(short name] List of options for SMTP A)3.335 F .836
+(short name] List of options for SMTP A)3.336 F .836
(UTH consisting of single characters)-.55 F(with interv)174 529.2 Q
(ening white space or commas.)-.15 E 0 Cg EP
%%Page: 62 58
@@ -5424,48 +5430,48 @@ E 2.5(tp)-.18 G(ermit mechanisms susceptible to simple)-2.5 E(passi)234
(non)-2.5 E(ymous login.)-.15 E(The \214rst option applies to sendmail \
as a client, the others to a serv)174 328.2 Q(er)-.15 E 5(.E)-.55 G
(xample:)-5 E 2.5(OA)214 344.4 S(uthOptions=p,y)-2.5 E -.1(wo)174 360.6
-S 1.347(uld disallo).1 F 3.847(wA)-.25 G 1.347(NONYMOUS as A)-3.847 F
-1.347(UTH mechanism and w)-.55 F 1.346(ould allo)-.1 F 3.846(wP)-.25 G
-(LAIN)-3.846 E 1.788(and LOGIN only if a security layer \(e.g., pro)174
-372.6 R 1.789(vided by ST)-.15 F(AR)-.93 E 1.789(TTLS\) is already)-.6 F
+S 1.346(uld disallo).1 F 3.846(wA)-.25 G 1.346(NONYMOUS as A)-3.846 F
+1.347(UTH mechanism and w)-.55 F 1.347(ould allo)-.1 F 3.847(wP)-.25 G
+(LAIN)-3.847 E 1.789(and LOGIN only if a security layer \(e.g., pro)174
+372.6 R 1.788(vided by ST)-.15 F(AR)-.93 E 1.788(TTLS\) is already)-.6 F
(acti)174 384.6 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G 5.364(.T).15 G .364
(he options 'a', 'c', ')-5.364 F .364(d', 'f)-.5 F .364
-(', 'p', and 'y' refer to properties of the selected).55 F 1.089
+(', 'p', and 'y' refer to properties of the selected).55 F 1.09
(SASL mechanisms.)174 396.6 R 1.089
(Explanations of these properties can be found in the Cyrus)6.089 F
-(SASL documentation.)174 408.6 Q 23.39(AuthRealm [no)102 424.8 R 2.502
+(SASL documentation.)174 408.6 Q 23.39(AuthRealm [no)102 424.8 R 2.503
(short name] The authentication realm that is passed to the Cyrus SASL)
-5.003 F(library)174 436.8 Q 5(.I)-.65 G 2.5(fn)-5 G 2.5(or)-2.5 G
+5.002 F(library)174 436.8 Q 5(.I)-.65 G 2.5(fn)-5 G 2.5(or)-2.5 G
(ealm is speci\214ed,)-2.5 E F0($j)2.5 E F1(is used.)2.5 E
(BadRcptThrottle=)102 453 Q/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(N)A F1 1.194([no sh\
ort name] If set and the speci\214ed number of recipients in a single S\
-MTP)174 465 R .596(transaction ha)174 477 R .896 -.15(ve b)-.2 H .595
+MTP)174 465 R .595(transaction ha)174 477 R .895 -.15(ve b)-.2 H .596
(een rejected, sleep for one second after each subsequent RCPT).15 F
(command in that transaction.)174 489 Q(BlankSub=)102 505.2 Q F2(c)A F1
1.255([B] Set the blank substitution character to)22.47 F F2(c)3.755 E
F1 6.255(.U)C 1.255(nquoted spaces in addresses are)-6.255 F
(replaced by this character)174 517.2 Q 5(.D)-.55 G(ef)-5 E
(aults to space \(i.e., no change is made\).)-.1 E(CA)102 533.4 Q(CertP)
--.4 E 21.16(ath [no)-.15 F .897(short name] P)3.397 F .897
-(ath to directory with certi\214cates of CAs.)-.15 F .896
-(This directory direc-)5.896 F 1.234(tory must contain the hashes of ea\
+-.4 E 21.16(ath [no)-.15 F .896(short name] P)3.396 F .897
+(ath to directory with certi\214cates of CAs.)-.15 F .897
+(This directory direc-)5.897 F 1.234(tory must contain the hashes of ea\
ch CA certi\214cate as \214lenames \(or as links to)174 545.4 R(them\).)
174 557.4 Q(CA)102 573.6 Q 23.23(CertFile [no)-.4 F 1.439(short name] F\
-ile containing one or more CA certi\214cates; see section about)3.94 F
+ile containing one or more CA certi\214cates; see section about)3.939 F
(ST)174 585.6 Q(AR)-.93 E(TTLS for more information.)-.6 E 14.51
(CheckAliases [n])102 601.8 R -1.11(Va)2.5 G
(lidate the RHS of aliases when reb)1.11 E(uilding the alias database.)
--.2 E(CheckpointInterv)102 618 Q(al=)-.25 E F2(N)A F1 1.296
+-.2 E(CheckpointInterv)102 618 Q(al=)-.25 E F2(N)A F1 1.297
([C] Checkpoints the queue e)174 630 R -.15(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E F2(N)
-3.797 E F1(\(def)3.797 E 1.297(ault 10\) addresses sent.)-.1 F 1.297
-(If your system)6.297 F .747(crashes during deli)174 642 R -.15(ve)-.25
+3.797 E F1(\(def)3.797 E 1.297(ault 10\) addresses sent.)-.1 F 1.296
+(If your system)6.296 F .746(crashes during deli)174 642 R -.15(ve)-.25
G .746(ry to a lar).15 F .746(ge list, this pre)-.18 F -.15(ve)-.25 G
-.746(nts retransmission to an).15 F 3.246(yb)-.15 G .746(ut the)-3.446 F
+.746(nts retransmission to an).15 F 3.247(yb)-.15 G .747(ut the)-3.447 F
(last)174 654 Q F2(N)2.5 E F1(recipients.)2.5 E(ClassF)102 670.2 Q
-(actor=)-.15 E F2(fact)A F1 1.624([z] The indicated)4.29 F F2(fact)4.124
+(actor=)-.15 E F2(fact)A F1 1.625([z] The indicated)4.29 F F2(fact)4.124
E F1 1.624(or is multiplied by the message class \(determined by the)B
-.719(Precedence: \214eld in the user header and the)174 682.2 R F0(P)
-3.219 E F1 .718(lines in the con\214guration \214le\) and)3.218 F 2.637
+.718(Precedence: \214eld in the user header and the)174 682.2 R F0(P)
+3.219 E F1 .719(lines in the con\214guration \214le\) and)3.219 F 2.638
(subtracted from the priority)174 694.2 R 7.637(.T)-.65 G 2.637
(hus, messages with a higher Priority: will be)-7.637 F -.1(fa)174 706.2
S -.2(vo)-.1 G 2.5(red. Def).2 F(aults to 1800.)-.1 E 0 Cg EP
@@ -5476,10 +5482,10 @@ BP
/F0 10/Times-Bold@0 SF(Sendmail Installation and Operation Guide)72 60 Q
(SMM:08-63)195.86 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF 12.27(ClientCertFile [no)102
96 R .708(short name] File containing the certi\214cate of the client, \
-i.e., this certi\214cate is)3.209 F(used when)174 108 Q/F2 10
+i.e., this certi\214cate is)3.208 F(used when)174 108 Q/F2 10
/Times-Italic@0 SF(sendmail)2.5 E F1(acts as client \(for ST)2.5 E(AR)
-.93 E(TTLS\).)-.6 E(ClientK)102 124.2 Q -.15(ey)-.25 G 13.23(File [no)
-.15 F .714(short name] File containing the pri)3.214 F -.25(va)-.25 G
+.15 F .714(short name] File containing the pri)3.215 F -.25(va)-.25 G
.714(te k).25 F 1.014 -.15(ey b)-.1 H .714
(elonging to the client certi\214cate).15 F(\(for ST)174 136.2 Q(AR)-.93
E(TTLS if)-.6 E F2(sendmail)2.5 E F1(runs as client\).)2.5 E
@@ -5495,69 +5501,69 @@ G(ree port\))-2.5 E 48.95(Addr Address)214 204.6 R(mask \(def)2.5 E
21.72(SndBufSize Size)214 228.6 R(of TCP send b)2.5 E(uf)-.2 E(fer)-.25
E 21.17(RcvBufSize Size)214 240.6 R(of TCP recei)2.5 E .3 -.15(ve b)-.25
H(uf)-.05 E(fer)-.25 E 34.5(Modi\214er Options)214 252.6 R
-(\(\215ags\) for the client)2.5 E(The)174 268.8 Q F2(Addr)3.165 E F1
-.666(ess mask may be a numeric address in dot notation or a netw)B .666
+(\(\215ags\) for the client)2.5 E(The)174 268.8 Q F2(Addr)3.166 E F1
+.666(ess mask may be a numeric address in dot notation or a netw)B .665
(ork name.)-.1 F F2(Modi\214er)174 280.8 Q F1(can be the follo)2.5 E
(wing character:)-.25 E 67(hu)214 297 S(se name of interf)-67 E
(ace for HELO command)-.1 E 64.78(Ad)214 309 S(on')-64.78 E 2.5(tu)-.18
G(se A)-2.5 E(UTH when sending e-mail)-.55 E 66.44(Sd)214 321 S(on')
-66.44 E 2.5(tu)-.18 G(se ST)-2.5 E(AR)-.93 E(TTLS when sending e-mail)
--.6 E .764(If `)174 337.2 R(`h')-.74 E 3.264('i)-.74 G 3.264(ss)-3.264 G
-.763(et, the name corresponding to the outgoing interf)-3.264 F .763
+-.6 E .763(If `)174 337.2 R(`h')-.74 E 3.263('i)-.74 G 3.263(ss)-3.263 G
+.763(et, the name corresponding to the outgoing interf)-3.263 F .764
(ace address \(whether)-.1 F .431
(chosen via the Connection parameter or the def)174 349.2 R .431
-(ault\) is used for the HELO/EHLO)-.1 F 3.618(command. Ho)174 361.2 R
-(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.918 -.4(r, t).15 H 1.118
-(he name must not start with a square brack).4 F 1.117(et and it must)
--.1 F 1.841(contain at least one dot.)174 373.2 R 1.842
-(This is a simple test whether the name is not an IP)6.842 F .713
+(ault\) is used for the HELO/EHLO)-.1 F 3.617(command. Ho)174 361.2 R
+(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.917 -.4(r, t).15 H 1.118
+(he name must not start with a square brack).4 F 1.118(et and it must)
+-.1 F 1.842(contain at least one dot.)174 373.2 R 1.842
+(This is a simple test whether the name is not an IP)6.842 F .712
(address \(in square brack)174 385.2 R .713(ets\) b)-.1 F .713
-(ut a quali\214ed hostname.)-.2 F .712(Note that multiple Client-)5.713
-F .343(PortOptions settings are allo)174 397.2 R .343
-(wed in order to gi)-.25 F .643 -.15(ve s)-.25 H .344
-(ettings for each protocol f).15 F(amily)-.1 E .316(\(e.g., one for F)
+(ut a quali\214ed hostname.)-.2 F .713(Note that multiple Client-)5.713
+F .344(PortOptions settings are allo)174 397.2 R .343
+(wed in order to gi)-.25 F .643 -.15(ve s)-.25 H .343
+(ettings for each protocol f).15 F(amily)-.1 E .315(\(e.g., one for F)
174 409.2 R .316(amily=inet and one for F)-.15 F 2.816(amily=inet6\). A)
--.15 F .315(restriction placed on one)2.816 F -.1(fa)174 421.2 S
+-.15 F .316(restriction placed on one)2.816 F -.1(fa)174 421.2 S
(mily only af).1 E(fects outgoing connections on that particular f)-.25
E(amily)-.1 E(.)-.65 E 3.95(ColonOkInAddr [no)102 437.4 R 4.679
(short name] If set, colons are acceptable in e-mail addresses \(e.g.,)
-7.179 F 3.54(\231host:user\232\). If)174 449.4 R 1.04
+7.18 F 3.54(\231host:user\232\). If)174 449.4 R 1.04
(not set, colons indicate the be)3.54 F 1.04
-(ginning of a RFC 822 group con-)-.15 F 1.987
+(ginning of a RFC 822 group con-)-.15 F 1.988
(struct \(\231groupname: member1, member2, ... memberN;\232\).)174 461.4
-R 1.988(Doubled colons are)6.988 F(al)174 473.4 Q -.1(wa)-.1 G 2.215(ys\
+R 1.987(Doubled colons are)6.987 F(al)174 473.4 Q -.1(wa)-.1 G 2.215(ys\
acceptable \(\231nodename::user\232\) and proper route-addr nesting is\
- under).1 F(-)-.2 E 1.036(stood \(\231<@relay:user@host>\232\).)174
-485.4 R 1.037(Furthermore, this option def)6.036 F 1.037
-(aults on if the con-)-.1 F .854(\214guration v)174 497.4 R .854
-(ersion le)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.354(li).15 G 3.354(sl)-3.354 G .853
-(ess than 6 \(for back compatibility\).)-3.354 F(Ho)5.853 E(we)-.25 E
--.15(ve)-.25 G 1.653 -.4(r, i).15 H 3.353(tm).4 G(ust)-3.353 E(be of)174
+ under).1 F(-)-.2 E 1.037(stood \(\231<@relay:user@host>\232\).)174
+485.4 R 1.037(Furthermore, this option def)6.037 F 1.036
+(aults on if the con-)-.1 F .853(\214guration v)174 497.4 R .853
+(ersion le)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.353(li).15 G 3.353(sl)-3.353 G .853
+(ess than 6 \(for back compatibility\).)-3.353 F(Ho)5.854 E(we)-.25 E
+-.15(ve)-.25 G 1.654 -.4(r, i).15 H 3.354(tm).4 G(ust)-3.354 E(be of)174
509.4 Q 2.5(ff)-.25 G(or full compatibility with RFC 822.)-2.5 E
(ConnectionCacheSize=)102 525.6 Q F2(N)A F1 .242([k] The maximum number\
of open connections that will be cached at a time.)174 537.6 R(The)
-5.243 E(def)174 549.6 Q .386(ault is one.)-.1 F .386
+5.242 E(def)174 549.6 Q .385(ault is one.)-.1 F .386
(This delays closing the current connection until either this in)5.386 F
--.2(vo)-.4 G(ca-).2 E 1.191(tion of)174 561.6 R F2(sendmail)3.691 E F1
-1.191(needs to connect to another host or it terminates.)3.691 F 1.192
-(Setting it to)6.192 F 2.047(zero def)174 573.6 R 2.047
-(aults to the old beha)-.1 F(vior)-.2 E 4.546(,t)-.4 G 2.046
+-.2(vo)-.4 G(ca-).2 E 1.192(tion of)174 561.6 R F2(sendmail)3.692 E F1
+1.191(needs to connect to another host or it terminates.)3.692 F 1.191
+(Setting it to)6.191 F 2.046(zero def)174 573.6 R 2.046
+(aults to the old beha)-.1 F(vior)-.2 E 4.546(,t)-.4 G 2.047
(hat is, connections are closed immediately)-4.546 F(.)-.65 E .266(Sinc\
e this consumes \214le descriptors, the connection cache should be k)174
-585.6 R .266(ept small: 4)-.1 F(is probably a practical maximum.)174
+585.6 R .265(ept small: 4)-.1 F(is probably a practical maximum.)174
597.6 Q(ConnectionCacheT)102 613.8 Q(imeout=)-.35 E F2(timeout)A F1 .708
([K] The maximum amount of time a cached connection will be permitted t\
-o idle)174 625.8 R 1.082(without acti)174 637.8 R(vity)-.25 E 6.082(.I)
--.65 G 3.582(ft)-6.082 G 1.083(his time is e)-3.582 F 1.083
-(xceeded, the connection is immediately closed.)-.15 F .418(This v)174
+o idle)174 625.8 R 1.083(without acti)174 637.8 R(vity)-.25 E 6.083(.I)
+-.65 G 3.583(ft)-6.083 G 1.083(his time is e)-3.583 F 1.082
+(xceeded, the connection is immediately closed.)-.15 F .417(This v)174
649.8 R .418(alue should be small \(on the order of ten minutes\).)-.25
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(children, the free disk space \(in blocks\) of the queue directory)174
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([no short name] Name of \214le that contains certi\214cate re)9.69 F
--.2(vo)-.25 G .483(cation status, useful for).2 F .793
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(X.509v3 authentication.)174 352.8 R .792
-(CRL checking requires at least OpenSSL v)5.793 F .792(ersion 0.9.7.)
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(aultAuthInfo [no)-.1 F .181(short name] Filename that contains def)
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(he usage of the data)-3.7 F(an)174 256.2 Q(yw)-.15 E(ay)-.1 E(.)-.65 E
(Def)102 272.4 Q(aultCharSet=)-.1 E F2 -.15(ch)C(ar).15 E(set)-.1 E F1
-.161([no short name] When a message that has 8-bit characters b)174
-284.4 R .16(ut is not in MIME for)-.2 F(-)-.2 E .494(mat is con)174
-296.4 R -.15(ve)-.4 G .495
+.16([no short name] When a message that has 8-bit characters b)174 284.4
+R .161(ut is not in MIME for)-.2 F(-)-.2 E .495(mat is con)174 296.4 R
+-.15(ve)-.4 G .495
(rted to MIME \(see the EightBitMode option\) a character set must be)
-.15 F .488(included in the Content-T)174 308.4 R .488(ype: header)-.8 F
-5.488(.T)-.55 G .487(his character set is normally set from the)-5.488 F
+.15 F .487(included in the Content-T)174 308.4 R .487(ype: header)-.8 F
+5.487(.T)-.55 G .488(his character set is normally set from the)-5.487 F
.133(Charset= \214eld of the mailer descriptor)174 320.4 R 5.133(.I)-.55
G 2.633(ft)-5.133 G .133(hat is not set, the v)-2.633 F .133
(alue of this option is)-.25 F 2.5(used. If)174 332.4 R
(this option is not set, the v)2.5 E(alue \231unkno)-.25 E
(wn-8bit\232 is used.)-.25 E(DataFileBuf)102 348.6 Q(ferSize=)-.25 E F2
-(thr)A(eshold)-.37 E F1 .012([no short name] Set the)174 360.6 R F2(thr)
-2.512 E(eshold)-.37 E F1 2.512(,i)C 2.512(nb)-2.512 G .011
+(thr)A(eshold)-.37 E F1 .011([no short name] Set the)174 360.6 R F2(thr)
+2.511 E(eshold)-.37 E F1 2.511(,i)C 2.512(nb)-2.511 G .012
(ytes, before a memory-based queue data \214le)-2.512 F
(becomes disk-based.)174 372.6 Q(The def)5 E(ault is 4096 bytes.)-.1 E
(DeadLetterDrop=)102 388.8 Q F2(\214le)A F1 .535([no short name] De\214\
nes the location of the system-wide dead.letter \214le, formerly)174
-400.8 R .744(hardcoded to /usr/tmp/dead.letter)174 412.8 R 5.744(.I)-.55
-G 3.244(ft)-5.744 G .744(his option is not set \(the def)-3.244 F .743
-(ault\), sendmail)-.1 F 1.464(will not attempt to sa)174 424.8 R 1.764
+400.8 R .743(hardcoded to /usr/tmp/dead.letter)174 412.8 R 5.743(.I)-.55
+G 3.243(ft)-5.743 G .744(his option is not set \(the def)-3.243 F .744
+(ault\), sendmail)-.1 F 1.465(will not attempt to sa)174 424.8 R 1.764
-.15(ve t)-.2 H 3.964(oas).15 G 1.464
-(ystem-wide dead.letter \214le in the e)-3.964 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.465
+(ystem-wide dead.letter \214le in the e)-3.964 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.464
(nt it cannot).15 F .575(bounce the mail to the user or postmaster)174
436.8 R 5.575(.I)-.55 G .575(nstead, it will rename the qf \214le as it)
-5.575 F
(has in the past when the dead.letter \214le could not be opened.)174
-448.8 Q(Def)102 465 Q(aultUser=)-.1 E F2(user:gr)A(oup)-.45 E F1 .013
-([u] Set the def)174 477 R .013(ault userid for mailers to)-.1 F F2
+448.8 Q(Def)102 465 Q(aultUser=)-.1 E F2(user:gr)A(oup)-.45 E F1 .014
+([u] Set the def)174 477 R .014(ault userid for mailers to)-.1 F F2
(user:gr)2.513 E(oup)-.45 E F1 5.013(.I)C(f)-5.013 E F2(gr)2.513 E(oup)
--.45 E F1 .014(is omitted and)2.514 F F2(user)2.514 E F1(is)2.514 E
-4.307(au)174 489 S 1.807
-(ser name \(as opposed to a numeric user id\) the def)-4.307 F 1.806
+-.45 E F1 .013(is omitted and)2.513 F F2(user)2.513 E F1(is)2.513 E
+4.306(au)174 489 S 1.807
+(ser name \(as opposed to a numeric user id\) the def)-4.306 F 1.807
(ault group listed in the)-.1 F 1.153
(/etc/passwd \214le for that user is used as the def)174 501 R 1.153
-(ault group.)-.1 F(Both)6.153 E F2(user)3.653 E F1(and)3.653 E F2(gr)
-3.653 E(oup)-.45 E F1 1.153(may be numeric.)174 513 R 1.152
+(ault group.)-.1 F(Both)6.153 E F2(user)3.653 E F1(and)3.652 E F2(gr)
+3.652 E(oup)-.45 E F1 1.152(may be numeric.)174 513 R 1.152
(Mailers without the)6.152 F F2(S)3.652 E F1 1.152
(\215ag in the mailer de\214nition will run as)3.652 F .142(this user)
174 527 R 5.142(.D)-.55 G(ef)-5.142 E .142(aults to 1:1.)-.1 F .142
@@ -5811,13 +5817,13 @@ G 3.244(ft)-5.744 G .744(his option is not set \(the def)-3.244 F .743
/Times-Roman@0 SF(19)-4 I F1(DelayLA=)102 543.2 Q F2(LA)A F1 .996
([no short name] When the system load a)17.48 F -.15(ve)-.2 G .996
(rage e).15 F(xceeds)-.15 E F2(LA)3.496 E F1(,)A F2(sendmail)3.496 E F1
-.995(will sleep)3.495 F
+.996(will sleep)3.496 F
(for one second on most SMTP commands and before accepting connections.)
174 555.2 Q(Deli)102 571.4 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(rByMin=).15 E F2(time)A F1
-.202([0] Set minimum time for Deli)174 583.4 R -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.702(rB)
+.203([0] Set minimum time for Deli)174 583.4 R -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.702(rB)
.15 G 2.702(yS)-2.702 G .202(MTP Service Extension \(RFC 2852\).)-2.702
-F .203(If 0,)5.203 F .487(no time is listed, if less than 0, the e)174
-595.4 R .487(xtension is not of)-.15 F .486
+F .202(If 0,)5.202 F .486(no time is listed, if less than 0, the e)174
+595.4 R .487(xtension is not of)-.15 F .487
(fered, if greater than 0, it is)-.25 F
(listed as minimum time for the EHLO k)174 607.4 Q -.15(ey)-.1 G -.1(wo)
.15 G(rd DELIVERBY).1 E(.)-1.29 E(Deli)102 623.6 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G
@@ -5851,101 +5857,101 @@ E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(ri).15 G(nteracti)-2.5 E -.15(ve)-.25 G
120 S(ust queue the message \(deli)-15 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(rd).15 G
(uring queue run\))-2.5 E 15(dD)214 132 S(efer deli)-15 E -.15(ve)-.25 G
(ry and all map lookups \(deli).15 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(rd).15 G
-(uring queue run\))-2.5 E(Def)174 148.2 Q .711(aults to `)-.1 F(`b')-.74
-E 3.211('i)-.74 G 3.211(fn)-3.211 G 3.211(oo)-3.211 G .711
+(uring queue run\))-2.5 E(Def)174 148.2 Q .712(aults to `)-.1 F(`b')-.74
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(ption is speci\214ed, `)-3.211 F(`i')-.74 E 3.211('i)-.74 G 3.211(fi)
--3.211 G 3.211(ti)-3.211 G 3.211(ss)-3.211 G .712(peci\214ed b)-3.211 F
-.712(ut gi)-.2 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.212(nn).15 G 3.212(oa)-3.212 G -.18
-(rg)-3.212 G(u-).18 E .094(ment \(i.e., `)174 160.2 R(`Od')-.74 E 2.594
+-3.211 G 3.211(ti)-3.211 G 3.211(ss)-3.211 G .711(peci\214ed b)-3.211 F
+.711(ut gi)-.2 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 3.211(nn).15 G 3.211(oa)-3.211 G -.18
+(rg)-3.211 G(u-).18 E .094(ment \(i.e., `)174 160.2 R(`Od')-.74 E 2.594
('i)-.74 G 2.594(se)-2.594 G(qui)-2.594 E -.25(va)-.25 G .094(lent to `)
.25 F(`Odi')-.74 E 2.594('\). The)-.74 F F0<ad76>2.594 E F1 .094
-(command line \215ag sets this to)2.594 F F0(i)2.594 E F1(.)A 1.526
-(Note: for internal reasons, `)174 172.2 R(`i')-.74 E 4.026('d)-.74 G
-1.526(oes not w)-4.026 F 1.527(ork if a milter is enabled which can)-.1
+(command line \215ag sets this to)2.594 F F0(i)2.594 E F1(.)A 1.527
+(Note: for internal reasons, `)174 172.2 R(`i')-.74 E 4.027('d)-.74 G
+1.527(oes not w)-4.027 F 1.526(ork if a milter is enabled which can)-.1
F(reject or delete recipients.)174 184.2 Q
(In that case the mode will be changed to `)5 E(`b')-.74 E('.)-.74 E
-(DialDelay=)102 200.4 Q/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(sleeptime)A F1 .799
+(DialDelay=)102 200.4 Q/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(sleeptime)A F1 .798
([no short name] Dial-on-demand netw)174 212.4 R .798
(ork connections can see timeouts if a con-)-.1 F .665
(nection is opened before the call is set up.)174 224.4 R .665
-(If this is set to an interv)5.665 F .665(al and a con-)-.25 F .743
+(If this is set to an interv)5.665 F .665(al and a con-)-.25 F .742
(nection times out on the \214rst connection being attempted)174 236.4 R
-F2(sendmail)3.242 E F1 .742(will sleep for)3.242 F .31
+F2(sendmail)3.243 E F1 .743(will sleep for)3.243 F .31
(this amount of time and try ag)174 248.4 R 2.81(ain. This)-.05 F .31
(should gi)2.81 F .61 -.15(ve y)-.25 H .31(our system time to establish)
-.15 F 1.543(the connection to your service pro)174 260.4 R(vider)-.15 E
-6.543(.U)-.55 G 1.543(nits def)-6.543 F 1.542
-(ault to seconds, so \231DialDe-)-.1 F 1.798(lay=5\232 uses a \214v)174
-272.4 R 4.298(es)-.15 G 1.798(econd delay)-4.298 F 6.798(.D)-.65 G(ef)
--6.798 E 1.799(aults to zero \(no retry\).)-.1 F 1.799(This delay only)
-6.799 F(applies to mailers which ha)174 284.4 Q .3 -.15(ve t)-.2 H
+.15 F 1.542(the connection to your service pro)174 260.4 R(vider)-.15 E
+6.543(.U)-.55 G 1.543(nits def)-6.543 F 1.543
+(ault to seconds, so \231DialDe-)-.1 F 1.799(lay=5\232 uses a \214v)174
+272.4 R 4.299(es)-.15 G 1.799(econd delay)-4.299 F 6.799(.D)-.65 G(ef)
+-6.799 E 1.798(aults to zero \(no retry\).)-.1 F 1.798(This delay only)
+6.798 F(applies to mailers which ha)174 284.4 Q .3 -.15(ve t)-.2 H
(he Z \215ag set.).15 E(DirectSubmissionModi\214ers=)102 300.6 Q F2
(modi\214er)A(s)-.1 E F1(De\214nes)174 312.6 Q F0(${daemon_\215ags})
-5.084 E F1 2.583(for direct \(command line\) submissions.)5.084 F 2.583
-(If not set,)7.583 F F0(${daemon_\215ags})174 324.6 Q F1 1.416
-(is either "CC f" if the option)3.916 F F0<ad47>3.916 E F1 1.417
-(is used or "c u" otherwise.)3.917 F
+5.083 E F1 2.583(for direct \(command line\) submissions.)5.083 F 2.584
+(If not set,)7.584 F F0(${daemon_\215ags})174 324.6 Q F1 1.417
+(is either "CC f" if the option)3.917 F F0<ad47>3.916 E F1 1.416
+(is used or "c u" otherwise.)3.916 F
(Note that only the the "CC", "c", "f", and "u" \215ags are check)174
336.6 Q(ed.)-.1 E(DontBlameSendmail=)102 352.8 Q F2(option,option,...)A
-F1 .065([no short name] In order to a)174 364.8 R -.2(vo)-.2 G .064
-(id possible cracking attempts caused by w).2 F .064(orld- and)-.1 F
-.254(group-writable \214les and directories,)174 376.8 R F2(sendmail)
-2.754 E F1 .255(does paranoid checking when open-)2.754 F .298
-(ing most of its support \214les.)174 388.8 R .297
+F1 .064([no short name] In order to a)174 364.8 R -.2(vo)-.2 G .065
+(id possible cracking attempts caused by w).2 F .065(orld- and)-.1 F
+.255(group-writable \214les and directories,)174 376.8 R F2(sendmail)
+2.755 E F1 .254(does paranoid checking when open-)2.754 F .297
+(ing most of its support \214les.)174 388.8 R .298
(If for some reason you absolutely must run with, for)5.297 F -.15(ex)
-174 400.8 S .176(ample, a group-writable).15 F F2(/etc)2.677 E F1
+174 400.8 S .177(ample, a group-writable).15 F F2(/etc)2.677 E F1
(directory)2.677 E 2.677(,t)-.65 G .177(hen you will ha)-2.677 F .477
--.15(ve t)-.2 H 2.677(ot).15 G .177(urn of)-2.677 F 2.677(ft)-.25 G .177
+-.15(ve t)-.2 H 2.677(ot).15 G .177(urn of)-2.677 F 2.677(ft)-.25 G .176
(his check-)-2.677 F .794
(ing \(at the cost of making your system more vulnerable to attack\).)
-174 412.8 R .793(The possible)5.793 F(ar)174 424.8 Q 1.394(guments ha)
--.18 F 1.694 -.15(ve b)-.2 H 1.394(een described earlier).15 F 6.394(.T)
--.55 G 1.395(he details of these \215ags are described)-6.394 F(abo)174
+174 412.8 R .794(The possible)5.794 F(ar)174 424.8 Q 1.395(guments ha)
+-.18 F 1.695 -.15(ve b)-.2 H 1.395(een described earlier).15 F 6.395(.T)
+-.55 G 1.394(he details of these \215ags are described)-6.395 F(abo)174
436.8 Q -.15(ve)-.15 G(.).15 E F0(Use of this option is not r)5 E
(ecommended.)-.18 E F1(DontExpandCnames)102 453 Q .559([no short name] \
The standards say that all host addresses used in a mail message)174 465
-R 1.407(must be fully canonical.)174 477 R -.15(Fo)6.407 G 3.907(re).15
+R 1.408(must be fully canonical.)174 477 R -.15(Fo)6.407 G 3.907(re).15
G 1.407(xample, if your host is named \231Cruft.F)-4.057 F(oo.ORG\232)
-.15 E 1.462(and also has an alias of \231FTP)174 489 R(.F)-1.11 E 1.462
-(oo.ORG\232, the former name must be used at all)-.15 F 2.63
+(oo.ORG\232, the former name must be used at all)-.15 F 2.631
(times. This)174 501 R .131
(is enforced during host name canoni\214cation \($[ ... $] lookups\).)
-2.63 F .131(If this)5.131 F .662(option is set, the protocols are ignor\
-ed and the \231wrong\232 thing is done.)174 513 R(Ho)5.661 E(we)-.25 E
--.15(ve)-.25 G -.4(r,).15 G .871(the IETF is mo)174 525 R .871(ving to)
+2.631 F .13(If this)5.13 F .661(option is set, the protocols are ignore\
+d and the \231wrong\232 thing is done.)174 513 R(Ho)5.662 E(we)-.25 E
+-.15(ve)-.25 G -.4(r,).15 G .872(the IETF is mo)174 525 R .872(ving to)
-.15 F -.1(wa)-.25 G .872(rd changing this standard, so the beha).1 F
-.872(vior may become)-.2 F 3.01(acceptable. Please)174 537 R .509
-(note that hosts do)3.01 F .509(wnstream may still re)-.25 F .509
+.871(vior may become)-.2 F 3.009(acceptable. Please)174 537 R .509
+(note that hosts do)3.009 F .509(wnstream may still re)-.25 F .509
(write the address to be)-.25 F(the true canonical name ho)174 549 Q(we)
-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G -.55(r.).15 G 6.17(DontInitGroups [no)102 565.2 R
.25(short name] If set,)2.75 F F2(sendmail)2.75 E F1 .25(will a)2.75 F
-.2(vo)-.2 G .25(id using the initgroups\(3\) call.).2 F .25(If you are)
5.25 F .583(running NIS, this causes a sequential scan of the groups.by\
-name map, which can)174 577.2 R .435(cause your NIS serv)174 589.2 R
-.435(er to be badly o)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.15 G .435(rloaded in a lar).15 F
-.436(ge domain.)-.18 F .436(The cost of this)5.436 F .697(is that the o\
+name map, which can)174 577.2 R .436(cause your NIS serv)174 589.2 R
+.436(er to be badly o)-.15 F -.15(ve)-.15 G .435(rloaded in a lar).15 F
+.435(ge domain.)-.18 F .435(The cost of this)5.435 F .697(is that the o\
nly group found for users will be their primary group \(the one in the)
174 601.2 R(passw)174 613.2 Q 1.189(ord \214le\), which will mak)-.1 F
3.689<658c>-.1 G 1.189(le access permissions some)-3.689 F 1.189
(what more restric-)-.25 F(ti)174 625.2 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G 5(.H).15 G
(as no ef)-5 E(fect on systems that don')-.25 E 2.5(th)-.18 G -2.25 -.2
(av e)-2.5 H(group lists.)2.7 E(DontProbeInterf)102 641.4 Q(aces)-.1 E
-1.713([no short name])174 653.4 R F2(Sendmail)4.213 E F1 1.712
-(normally \214nds the names of all interf)4.213 F 1.712(aces acti)-.1 F
-2.012 -.15(ve o)-.25 H(n).15 E 1.103
+1.712([no short name])174 653.4 R F2(Sendmail)4.212 E F1 1.713
+(normally \214nds the names of all interf)4.212 F 1.713(aces acti)-.1 F
+2.013 -.15(ve o)-.25 H(n).15 E 1.103
(your machine when it starts up and adds their name to the)174 665.4 R
-F0($=w)3.603 E F1 1.103(class of kno)3.603 F(wn)-.25 E 1.836
-(host aliases.)174 677.4 R 1.836(If you ha)6.836 F 2.136 -.15(ve a l)-.2
-H(ar).15 E 1.836(ge number of virtual interf)-.18 F 1.835
-(aces or if your DNS)-.1 F(in)174 689.4 Q -.15(ve)-.4 G .958
-(rse lookups are slo).15 F 3.458(wt)-.25 G .958
-(his can be time consuming.)-3.458 F .959(This option turns of)5.959 F
-3.459(ft)-.25 G(hat)-3.459 E 2.974(probing. Ho)174 701.4 R(we)-.25 E
--.15(ve)-.25 G 1.274 -.4(r, y).15 H .474
-(ou will need to be certain to include all v).4 F .473
+F0($=w)3.602 E F1 1.102(class of kno)3.602 F(wn)-.25 E 1.835
+(host aliases.)174 677.4 R 1.835(If you ha)6.835 F 2.136 -.15(ve a l)-.2
+H(ar).15 E 1.836(ge number of virtual interf)-.18 F 1.836
+(aces or if your DNS)-.1 F(in)174 689.4 Q -.15(ve)-.4 G .959
+(rse lookups are slo).15 F 3.459(wt)-.25 G .959
+(his can be time consuming.)-3.459 F .958(This option turns of)5.958 F
+3.458(ft)-.25 G(hat)-3.458 E 2.973(probing. Ho)174 701.4 R(we)-.25 E
+-.15(ve)-.25 G 1.273 -.4(r, y).15 H .474
+(ou will need to be certain to include all v).4 F .474
(ariant names in the)-.25 F F0($=w)174 713.4 Q F1 1.868
-(class by some other mechanism.)4.368 F 1.868(If set to)6.868 F F0
-(loopback)4.368 E F1 4.369(,l)C 1.869(oopback interf)-4.369 F(aces)-.1 E
+(class by some other mechanism.)4.369 F 1.868(If set to)6.868 F F0
+(loopback)4.368 E F1 4.368(,l)C 1.868(oopback interf)-4.368 F(aces)-.1 E
(\(e.g., lo0\) will not be probed.)174 725.4 Q 0 Cg EP
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(DontPruneRoutes [R])102 96 R(Normally)3.905 E(,)-.65 E/F2 10
/Times-Italic@0 SF(sendmail)3.905 E F1 1.405(tries to eliminate an)3.905
F 3.905(yu)-.15 G 1.405(nnecessary e)-3.905 F 1.405(xplicit routes when)
--.15 F .154
+-.15 F .155
(sending an error message \(as discussed in RFC 1123 \247 5.2.6\).)174
-108 R -.15(Fo)5.155 G 2.655(re).15 G .155(xample, when)-2.805 F
+108 R -.15(Fo)5.154 G 2.654(re).15 G .154(xample, when)-2.804 F
(sending an error message to)174 120 Q(<@kno)214 136.2 Q(wn1,@kno)-.25 E
(wn2,@kno)-.25 E(wn3:user@unkno)-.25 E(wn>)-.25 E F2(sendmail)174 152.4
Q F1 1.155(will strip of)3.655 F 3.655(ft)-.25 G 1.155(he \231@kno)
-3.655 F(wn1,@kno)-.25 E 1.155(wn2\232 in order to mak)-.25 F 3.655(et)
--.1 G 1.155(he route as)-3.655 F .812(direct as possible.)174 164.4 R
-(Ho)5.812 E(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.612 -.4(r, i).15 H 3.312(ft).4 G
-(he)-3.312 E F0(R)3.313 E F1 .813
-(option is set, this will be disabled, and the)3.313 F .01
+-.1 G 1.155(he route as)-3.655 F .813(direct as possible.)174 164.4 R
+(Ho)5.813 E(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.613 -.4(r, i).15 H 3.313(ft).4 G
+(he)-3.313 E F0(R)3.313 E F1 .812
+(option is set, this will be disabled, and the)3.313 F .009
(mail will be sent to the \214rst address in the route, e)174 176.4 R
--.15(ve)-.25 G 2.509(ni).15 G 2.509(fl)-2.509 G .009
-(ater addresses are kno)-2.509 F(wn.)-.25 E
-(This may be useful if you are caught behind a \214re)174 188.4 Q -.1
-(wa)-.25 G(ll.).1 E(DoubleBounceAddress=)102 204.6 Q F2(err)A(or)-.45 E
-(-addr)-.2 E(ess)-.37 E F1 .504([no short name] If an error occurs when\
- sending an error message, send the error)174 216.6 R 1.999(report \(te\
-rmed a \231double bounce\232 because it is an error \231bounce\232 that\
- occurs)174 228.6 R .053(when trying to send another error \231bounce\
-\232\) to the indicated address.)174 240.6 R .054(The address)5.054 F
-.475(is macro e)174 252.6 R .474(xpanded at the time of deli)-.15 F -.15
-(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E 5.474(.I)-.65 G 2.974(fn)-5.474 G .474(ot set, def)
--2.974 F .474(aults to \231postmaster\232.)-.1 F(If)5.474 E
+-.15(ve)-.25 G 2.51(ni).15 G 2.51(fl)-2.51 G .01(ater addresses are kno)
+-2.51 F(wn.)-.25 E(This may be useful if you are caught behind a \214re)
+174 188.4 Q -.1(wa)-.25 G(ll.).1 E(DoubleBounceAddress=)102 204.6 Q F2
+(err)A(or)-.45 E(-addr)-.2 E(ess)-.37 E F1 .504([no short name] If an e\
+rror occurs when sending an error message, send the error)174 216.6 R
+1.999(report \(termed a \231double bounce\232 because it is an error \
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(\231/v)174 352.8 Q(ar/forw)-.25 E 1.696(ard/$u\232 to search a \214le \
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(.)-.65 E(HostsFile=)102 461.4 Q F2(path)A F1 .026([no short name] The \
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(\231\214les\232 is in the \231hosts\232 service switch entry)174 485.4
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(\(3\) routine.)A(HostStatusDirectory=)102 525.6 Q F2(path)A F1 .43
([no short name] The location of the long term host status information.)
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174 573.6 R .123(This option requires a connection cache of at)5.123 F
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+.689(least 1 to function.)174 585.6 R .688(If the option be)5.688 F .688
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+-.1(wa)-.1 G 1.172(ys disabled \(that is, dots are).1 F(al)174 649.8 Q
-.1(wa)-.1 G(ys accepted\) when reading SMTP mail.).1 E
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(tacted for incoming SMTP messages.)174 702 R .367
@@ -6144,13 +6150,13 @@ BP
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(This option should be set before an)6.5 F 4(yL)-.15 G -.4(DA)-4 G 4(Pm)
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E F1 5.255(.T)C .255(his is intended only for use from the)-5.255 F
(command line.)174 200.4 Q(The)5 E F0<ad4d>2.5 E F1
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-(short name] T)5.467 F 2.967
+(\215ag is preferred.)2.5 E -1.04(MailboxDatabase [no)102 216.6 R 2.968
+(short name] T)5.468 F 2.967
(ype of lookup to \214nd information about local mailbox)-.8 F(es,)-.15
E(def)174 228.6 Q .145(aults to `)-.1 F(`pw')-.74 E 2.645('w)-.74 G .145
(hich uses)-2.645 F F2 -.1(ge)2.645 G(tpwnam).1 E F1 5.145(.O)C .145
(ther types can be introduced by adding)-5.145 F
(them to the source code, see libsm/mbdb)174 240.6 Q(.c for details.)-.4
E 33.94(UseMSP [no)102 256.8 R .163
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(.S)-.65 G .954(ee the)-5.954 F(\214le)174 280.8 Q F0(sendmail/SECURITY)
2.5 E F1(in the distrib)2.5 E(ution tarball.)-.2 E 11.17(MatchGECOS [G])
-102 297 R(Allo)3.333 E 3.333(wf)-.25 G .833
-(uzzy matching on the GECOS \214eld.)-3.333 F .834
-(If this \215ag is set, and the usual)5.833 F .868(user name lookups f)
+102 297 R(Allo)3.334 E 3.334(wf)-.25 G .834
+(uzzy matching on the GECOS \214eld.)-3.334 F .833
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174 309 R .867(ail \(that is, there is no alias with this name and a)-.1
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+F F2 -.1(ge)3.368 G(tpwnam).1 E F1 -.1(fa)174 321 S 1.155
(ils\), sequentially search the passw).1 F 1.155
(ord \214le for a matching entry in the GECOS)-.1 F 3.696(\214eld. This)
174 333 R 1.196(also requires that MA)3.696 F 1.196
@@ -6185,54 +6191,54 @@ F F2 -.1(ge)3.367 G(tpwnam).1 E F1 -.1(fa)174 321 S 1.155
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Q F2(N)A F1([no short name] The maximum depth of alias recursion \(def)
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-.539([no short name] If set,)174 401.4 R F2(sendmail)3.039 E F1 .539
-(will refuse connections when it has more than)3.039 F F2(N)3.04 E F1
-.886(children processing incoming mail or automatic queue runs.)174
-413.4 R .885(This does not limit)5.885 F .812
+.54([no short name] If set,)174 401.4 R F2(sendmail)3.039 E F1 .539
+(will refuse connections when it has more than)3.039 F F2(N)3.039 E F1
+.885(children processing incoming mail or automatic queue runs.)174
+413.4 R .886(This does not limit)5.886 F .813
(the number of outgoing connections.)174 425.4 R .812(If the def)5.812 F
-(ault)-.1 E F0(Deli)3.313 E -.1(ve)-.1 G(ryMode).1 E F1(\(background\))
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-(may create an almost unlimited number of children)5.635 F .294
+(ault)-.1 E F0(Deli)3.312 E -.1(ve)-.1 G(ryMode).1 E F1(\(background\))
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-([no short name] If set, From: lines that ha)174 722.4 R 1.259 -.15
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-(ve)-.25 G(ry).15 E .333
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([no short name] If set, a client machine will ne)174 136.2 R -.15(ve)
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-(mall messages\).)-4.042 F 1.543
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R .092(set, issue temporary errors \(4xy\) instead of permanent errors \
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196.2 R .07(Setting this option)5.07 F(causes)174 208.2 Q F2(sendmail)
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([$l macro] De\214nes the format used when)174 260.4 R F2(sendmail)2.736
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-(to \214les.)174 348.6 R -.8(Wo)5.536 G .536
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(rld writable :include: and .forw).8 F .537(ard \214les are al)-.1 F -.1
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+(wa)-.1 G .536(ys unsafe.).1 F .536(Note: use)5.536 F F0
(DontBlameSendmail)174 360.6 Q F1(instead; this option is deprecated.)
2.5 E(UseErrorsT)102 376.8 Q 21.15(o[)-.8 G .826
(l] If there is an \231Errors-T)-21.15 F .826(o:\232 header)-.8 F 3.326
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-F -.15(ve)-.4 G .635(lope sender).15 F 5.635(.U)-.55 G .635
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(ve)-.25 G 2.5(le).15 G(ight con\214guration \214les allo)-2.5 E(w)-.25
E F0($#)2.5 E F1(on the left hand side of ruleset lines.)2.5 E -1.11(Ve)
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--6.966 F(ele)-.1 E .866(y\232 to emphasize that this con\214gura-)-.15 F
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--.18 F(map.)102 447.8 Q(Maps are referenced using the syntax:)127 464 Q
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-(or)3.141 E F3(default)3.141 E F1 .641(portion may be omitted.)3.141 F
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-(ke)3.777 G(y)-.2 E F1(and)3.776 E F3(ar)3.776 E(guments)-.37 E F1 1.276
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+.64(portion may be omitted.)3.141 F(The)5.64 E F3 .64($@ ar)3.14 F
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520.4 R .753(it returns a v)3.253 F .753(alue, it replaces the input.)
-.25 F .753(If it does not return a v)5.753 F .753(alue and the)-.25 F
F3(default)3.253 E F1(is)3.253 E(speci\214ed, the)102 532.4 Q F3
(default)2.5 E F1(replaces the input.)2.5 E
-(Otherwise, the input is unchanged.)5 E(The)127 548.6 Q F3(ar)4.064 E
-(guments)-.37 E F1 1.564(are passed to the map for arbitrary use.)4.064
-F 1.563(Most map classes can interpolate)6.563 F .882(these ar)102 560.6
-R .882(guments into their v)-.18 F .882(alues using the syntax \231%)
--.25 F F3(n)A F1 3.382<9a28>C(where)-3.382 E F3(n)3.382 E F1 .883
+(Otherwise, the input is unchanged.)5 E(The)127 548.6 Q F3(ar)4.063 E
+(guments)-.37 E F1 1.563(are passed to the map for arbitrary use.)4.063
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(is a digit\) to indicate the corre-)3.382 F(sponding)102 572.6 Q F3(ar)
2.5 E(gument)-.37 E F1 5(.A)C -.18(rg)-5 G
(ument \231%0\232 indicates the database k).18 E -.15(ey)-.1 G 5(.F)-.5
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(dbm Database)102 193.2 R 1.623(lookups using the ndbm\(3\) library)
4.123 F(.)-.65 E F2(Sendmail)6.623 E F1 1.623(must be compiled with)
4.123 F F0(NDBM)174 205.2 Q F1(de\214ned.)2.5 E 49.51(btree Database)102
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-(ibrary)-3.178 E(.)-.65 E F2(Sendmail)5.678 E F1(must be compiled with)
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174 233.4 Q F0(NEWDB)2.5 E F1(de\214ned.)2.5 E 51.17(hash Database)102
-249.6 R .828(lookups using the hash interf)3.329 F .828(ace to the Berk)
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-E F2(Sendmail)5.828 E F1(must be compiled with)174 261.6 Q F0(NEWDB)2.5
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+-.1 F(ele)-.1 E 3.328(yD)-.15 G 3.329(Bl)-3.328 G(ibrary)-3.329 E(.)-.65
+E F2(Sendmail)5.829 E F1(must be compiled with)174 261.6 Q F0(NEWDB)2.5
E F1(de\214ned.)2.5 E 57.83(nis NIS)102 277.8 R(lookups.)2.5 E F2
(Sendmail)5 E F1(must be compiled with)2.5 E F0(NIS)2.5 E F1(de\214ned.)
2.5 E 41.16(nisplus NIS+)102 294 R(lookups.)3.733 E F2(Sendmail)6.233 E
@@ -7311,32 +7317,32 @@ F1 1.233(must be compiled with)3.733 F F0(NISPLUS)3.733 E F1 3.733
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(hesiod Hesiod)102 334.2 R(lookups.)2.5 E F2(Sendmail)5 E F1
(must be compiled with)2.5 E F0(HESIOD)2.5 E F1(de\214ned.)2.5 E 52.28
-(ldap LD)102 350.4 R 1.783(AP X500 directory lookups.)-.4 F F2(Sendmail)
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-E F1 2.966(de\214ned. The)174 362.4 R .466
-(map supports most of the standard ar)2.966 F .465
+(ldap LD)102 350.4 R 1.784(AP X500 directory lookups.)-.4 F F2(Sendmail)
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+E F1 2.965(de\214ned. The)174 362.4 R .465
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(guments of the)-.18 F F2(ldapsear)2.8 E -.15(ch)-.37 G F1 2.8
(program. Note)2.95 F .3(that, by def)2.8 F .3(ault, if a single)-.1 F
-.629(query matches multiple v)174 386.4 R .629
-(alues, only the \214rst v)-.25 F .628(alue will be returned unless the)
--.25 F F0<ad7a>3.128 E F1(\(v)174 398.4 Q .248
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+(alues, only the \214rst v)-.25 F .629(alue will be returned unless the)
+-.25 F F0<ad7a>3.129 E F1(\(v)174 398.4 Q .249
(alue separator\) map \215ag is set.)-.25 F .249(Also, the)5.249 F F0
-<ad31>2.749 E F1 .249(map \215ag will treat a multiple v)2.749 F(alue)
+<ad31>2.749 E F1 .248(map \215ag will treat a multiple v)2.749 F(alue)
-.25 E(return as if there were no matches.)174 410.4 Q 41.17
(netinfo NeXT)102 426.6 R(NetInfo lookups.)2.5 E F2(Sendmail)5 E F1
(must be compiled with)2.5 E F0(NETINFO)2.5 E F1(de\214ned.)2.5 E(te)102
-442.8 Q 54.65(xt T)-.15 F -.15(ex)-.7 G 2.918<748c>.15 G .418
-(le lookups.)-2.918 F .418(The format of the te)5.418 F .417
-(xt \214le is de\214ned by the)-.15 F F0<ad6b>2.917 E F1(\(k)2.917 E
-.717 -.15(ey \214)-.1 H .417(eld num-).15 F(ber\),)174 454.8 Q F0<ad76>
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+(le lookups.)-2.917 F .417(The format of the te)5.417 F .418
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+.718 -.15(ey \214)-.1 H .418(eld num-).15 F(ber\),)174 454.8 Q F0<ad76>
2.5 E F1(\(v)2.5 E(alue \214eld number\), and)-.25 E F0<ad7a>2.5 E F1
(\(\214eld delimiter\) \215ags.)2.5 E 59.5(ph PH)102 471 R 1.394
(query map.)3.894 F(Contrib)6.394 E 1.394
(uted and supported by Mark Roth, roth@uiuc.edu.)-.2 F -.15(Fo)6.394 G
(r).15 E .017(more information, consult the web site \231http://www-de)
174 483 R -.65(v.)-.25 G(cites.uiuc.edu/sendmail/\232.).65 E 55.61
-(nsd nsd)102 499.2 R 1.599(map for IRIX 6.5 and later)4.099 F 6.599(.C)
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-.55 G(ontrib)-6.599 E 1.599(uted and supported by Bob Mende of)-.2 F
(SGI, mende@sgi.com.)174 511.2 Q 53.39(stab Internal)102 527.4 R
(symbol table lookups.)2.5 E(Used internally for aliasing.)5 E 38.38
@@ -7344,23 +7350,23 @@ E F1 2.966(de\214ned. The)174 362.4 R .466
(should be called \231alias\232 \212 this is used to get the def)3.046 F
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(ault if no class is speci\214ed for alias \214les.)-.1 E 52.84
-(user Looks)102 571.8 R .476(up users using)2.976 F F2 -.1(ge)2.976 G
-(tpwnam).1 E F1 2.976(\(3\). The)B F0<ad76>2.976 E F1 .477
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+(tpwnam).1 E F1 2.977(\(3\). The)B F0<ad76>2.977 E F1 .476
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return \(although this is normally used only to check the e)174 583.8 R
.142(xistence of)-.15 F 2.5(au)174 595.8 S(ser\).)-2.5 E 52.83
(host Canoni\214es)102 612 R .2(host domain names.)2.7 F(Gi)5.2 E -.15
(ve)-.25 G 2.7(nah).15 G .2(ost name it calls the name serv)-2.7 F .2
(er to \214nd)-.15 F(the canonical name for that host.)174 624 Q 40.61
-(bestmx Returns)102 640.2 R 2.479(the best MX record for a host name gi)
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--4.978 F -.15(ey)-.1 G 7.478(.T)-.5 G 2.478(he current)-7.478 F .721
+(bestmx Returns)102 640.2 R 2.478(the best MX record for a host name gi)
+4.978 F -.15(ve)-.25 G 4.979(na).15 G 4.979(st)-4.979 G 2.479(he k)
+-4.979 F -.15(ey)-.1 G 7.479(.T)-.5 G 2.479(he current)-7.479 F .722
(machine is al)174 652.2 R -.1(wa)-.1 G .721
(ys preferred \212 that is, if the current machine is one of the hosts)
-.1 F .219(listed as a lo)174 664.2 R .218
+.1 F .218(listed as a lo)174 664.2 R .219
(west-preference MX record, then it will be guaranteed to be returned.)
-.25 F .961(This can be used to \214nd out if this machine is the tar)
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+174 676.2 R .961(get for an MX record, and)-.18 F .313
(mail can be accepted on that basis.)174 688.2 R .313(If the)5.313 F F0
<ad7a>2.813 E F1 .313(\215ag is gi)2.813 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .313
(n, then all MX names are).15 F(returned, separated by the gi)174 700.2
@@ -7373,17 +7379,17 @@ BP
(Installation and Operation Guide)2.5 E/F1 10/Times-Roman@0 SF 55.61
(dns This)102 96 R 2.248
(map requires the option -R to specify the DNS resource record type to)
-4.747 F 1.229(lookup. The follo)174 108 R 1.229
+4.748 F 1.229(lookup. The follo)174 108 R 1.229
(wing types are supported: A, AAAA, AFSDB, CN)-.25 F 1.229(AME, MX,)-.35
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-5.661(.A)-.74 G .662(map lookup will return only one record.)-2.5 F .662
-(Hence for)5.662 F .558(some types, e.g., MX records, the return v)174
+F .662(NS, PTR, SR)174 120 R 3.242 -1.29(V, a)-.8 H .662(nd TXT)1.29 F
+5.662(.A)-.74 G .661(map lookup will return only one record.)-2.5 F .661
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132 R .558(alue might be a random element of the)-.25 F
(list due to randomizing in the DNS resolv)174 144 Q(er)-.15 E(.)-.55 E
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-.439(gument maps in order until it \214nds a match for the indicated k)
--.18 F -.15(ey)-.1 G 5.438(.F)-.5 G .438(or e)-5.588 F(xample,)-.15 E
+32.85(sequence The)102 160.2 R(ar)3.35 E .849(guments on the `K' line a\
+re a list of maps; the resulting map searches the)-.18 F(ar)174 172.2 Q
+.438(gument maps in order until it \214nds a match for the indicated k)
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(if the k)174 184.2 Q .3 -.15(ey d)-.1 H(e\214nition is:).15 E
(Kmap1 ...)214 200.4 Q(Kmap2 ...)214 212.4 Q(Kseqmap sequence map1 map2)
214 224.4 Q .968(then a lookup ag)174 240.6 R .968
@@ -7393,28 +7399,28 @@ G(therwise, the same k)-5 E .3 -.15(ey i)-.1 H 2.5(su).15 G
(sed for map2.)-2.5 E 43.94(syslog the)102 268.8 R -.1(ke)2.5 G 2.5(yi)
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E(gd)-.1 E F1 2.5(\(8\). The)1.666 F(lookup returns the empty string.)
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-(service switch.)174 297 R .391(The ar)5.391 F .391
-(gument is the name of the service to be look)-.18 F .392(ed up; the v)
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+(he \231sequence\232 map e)-2.8 F .301
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(ues from the service switch are appended to the map name to create ne)
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+174 309 R 3.993(wm)-.25 G(ap)-3.993 E 2.5(names. F)174 321 R(or e)-.15 E
(xample, consider the k)-.15 E .3 -.15(ey d)-.1 H(e\214nition:).15 E
(Kali switch aliases)214 337.2 Q
(together with the service switch entry:)174 353.4 Q 78.84(aliases nis)
214 369.6 R(\214les)2.5 E 1.633(This causes a query ag)174 385.8 R 1.633
(ainst the map \231ali\232 to search maps named \231ali.nis\232 and)-.05
F(\231ali.\214les\232 in that order)174 397.8 Q(.)-.55 E 37.84
-(dequote Strip)102 414 R .961(double quotes \("\) from a name.)3.461 F
-.96(It does not strip backslashes, and will not)5.961 F .172
-(strip quotes if the resulting string w)174 426 R .173
+(dequote Strip)102 414 R .96(double quotes \("\) from a name.)3.46 F
+.961(It does not strip backslashes, and will not)5.961 F .173
+(strip quotes if the resulting string w)174 426 R .172
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174 438 R 2.886(eu)-.1 G .386(nbalanced angle brack)-2.886 F .386
-(ets; more sophisticated errors such as unkno)-.1 F(wn)-.25 E .251
-(hosts are not check)174 450 R 2.751(ed\). The)-.1 F .251
-(intent is for use when trying to accept mail from sys-)2.751 F
+(ets; more sophisticated errors such as unkno)-.1 F(wn)-.25 E .252
+(hosts are not check)174 450 R 2.752(ed\). The)-.1 F .251
+(intent is for use when trying to accept mail from sys-)2.752 F
(tems such as DECnet that routinely quote odd syntax such as)174 462 Q
("49ers::ubell")214 478.2 Q 2.5(At)174 494.4 S
(ypical usage is probably something lik)-2.5 E(e:)-.1 E
@@ -7426,20 +7432,20 @@ E(xpected results; for e)-.15 E(xample,)-.15 E
-.15(ve q)-.2 H 1.31(uotes stripped, b).15 F 1.31
(ut the result is probably not what you had in mind.)-.2 F -.15(Fo)174
631.2 S(rtunately these cases are rare.).15 E(re)102 647.4 Q(ge)-.15 E
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-(the map lookup.)174 369 R 2.539 -.8(To c)5.939 H .939
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E(Example of typical usage include:)5 E(Kstorage macro)214 397.2 Q(...)
214 421.2 Q 2.5(#s)214 445.2 S(et macro ${MyMacro} to the ruleset match)
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-(,c)-.5 G .494(urrently +,)-2.994 F .245(-, *, /, %, |, & \(bitwise OR,\
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-(All options which are possible for maps are ignored.)7.133 F 4.634(As)
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214 625.8 Q(...)214 649.8 Q(Scheck_etrn)214 673.8 Q .83(R$* $:)214 685.8
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120 Q(11:hello there,)214 136.2 Q
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--.65 E(\255N, \255O)102 164.4 Q .696(If neither)41.28 F F0<ad4e>3.197 E
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F1(or)3.197 E F0<ad4f>3.197 E F1 .697(are speci\214ed,)3.197 F F2
(sendmail)3.197 E F1 .697(uses an adapti)3.197 F .997 -.15(ve a)-.25 H
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-(ey)-.1 G 2.608(s. It).15 F .107(starts by trying both; if)2.608 F .819
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+S 2.827(rsa. If).15 F F0<ad4e>2.827 E F1 .327(is speci\214ed it ne)2.827
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Q -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.886(rt).15 G .386(ries with a null byte.)-2.886 F
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-F -.15(ve)-.25 G(r).15 E(necessary)174 224.4 Q 5.546(.I)-.65 G 3.046(fb)
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+(atches)-3.046 E(at all \212 that is, e)174 236.4 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G
(rything will appear to f).15 E(ail.)-.1 E<ad61>102 252.6 Q F2(x)A F1
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-(on successful matches.)3.856 F -.15(Fo)6.357 G 3.857(re).15 G 1.357
-(xample, the def)-4.007 F(ault)-.1 E F2(host)3.857 E F1(map)3.857 E
+1.357(Append the string)57.48 F F2(x)3.857 E F1 1.357
+(on successful matches.)3.857 F -.15(Fo)6.357 G 3.857(re).15 G 1.356
+(xample, the def)-4.007 F(ault)-.1 E F2(host)3.856 E F1(map)3.856 E
(appends a dot on successful matches.)174 264.6 Q<ad54>102 280.8 Q F2(x)
-A F1 .021(Append the string)55.81 F F2(x)2.521 E F1 .021(on temporary f)
-2.521 F 2.521(ailures. F)-.1 F .021(or e)-.15 F(xample,)-.15 E F2(x)
-2.521 E F1 -.1(wo)2.521 G .02(uld be appended if a).1 F .72
+A F1 .02(Append the string)55.81 F F2(x)2.52 E F1 .021(on temporary f)
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+E F1 -.1(wo)2.521 G .021(uld be appended if a).1 F .72
(DNS lookup returned \231serv)174 292.8 R .72(er f)-.15 F .72
(ailed\232 or an NIS lookup could not locate a serv)-.1 F(er)-.15 E(.)
-.55 E(See also the)174 304.8 Q F0<ad74>2.5 E F1(\215ag.)2.5 E 60.53
(\255f Do)102 321 R(not fold upper to lo)2.5 E
(wer case before looking up the k)-.25 E -.15(ey)-.1 G(.)-.5 E 56.08
-(\255m Match)102 337.2 R .4(only \(without replacing the v)2.9 F 2.899
-(alue\). If)-.25 F .399(you only care about the e)2.899 F .399
-(xistence of)-.15 F 7.306(ak)174 349.2 S 5.107 -.15(ey a)-7.406 H 4.807
+(\255m Match)102 337.2 R .399(only \(without replacing the v)2.899 F
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+(xistence of)-.15 F 7.307(ak)174 349.2 S 5.107 -.15(ey a)-7.407 H 4.807
(nd not the v).15 F 4.807
(alue \(as you might when searching the NIS map)-.25 F 1.947
(\231hosts.byname\232 for e)174 361.2 R 1.947(xample\), this \215ag pre)
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-(va)174 373.2 S 2.849(lue. Ho).25 F(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.149 -.4
-(r, T).15 H .349(he \255a ar).4 F .349
-(gument is still appended on a match, and the def)-.18 F .35(ault is)-.1
-F(still tak)174 385.2 Q(en if the match f)-.1 E(ails.)-.1 E<ad6b>102
-401.4 Q F2 -.1(ke)C(ycol)-.2 E F1 .52(The k)36.22 F .82 -.15(ey c)-.1 H
-.519(olumn name \(for NIS+\) or number \(for te).15 F .519
-(xt lookups\).)-.15 F -.15(Fo)5.519 G 3.019(rL).15 G -.4(DA)-3.019 G
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-ter string in which %s is replaced with the literal contents of)-.4 F
-.249(the lookup k)174 425.4 R .549 -.15(ey a)-.1 H .249
-(nd %0 is replaced with the LD).15 F .248
+(va)174 373.2 S 2.85(lue. Ho).25 F(we)-.25 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.15 -.4
+(r, T).15 H .35(he \255a ar).4 F .349
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-(There are a number of important points here.)142 464.4 R .445
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-(cally just because the)117 476.4 R 3.156(ya)-.15 G .656(re in the)
--3.156 F/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(HdrInfo)3.157 E F1 .657(structure; the)
-3.157 F 3.157(ym)-.15 G .657(ust be speci\214ed in the con\214guration)
--3.157 F .728(\214le in order to be added to the message.)117 488.4 R
-(An)5.727 E 3.227(yh)-.15 G .727
-(eader \214elds mentioned in the con\214guration \214le)-3.227 F -.2(bu)
+1.936(d:\232 \214eld will).15 F(al)117 448.2 Q -.1(wa)-.1 G
+(ys be added, and can be used to trace messages.).1 E .445
+(There are a number of important points here.)142 464.4 R .446
+(First, header \214elds are not added automati-)5.446 F .657
+(cally just because the)117 476.4 R 3.157(ya)-.15 G .657(re in the)
+-3.157 F/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(HdrInfo)3.157 E F1 .657(structure; the)
+3.157 F 3.157(ym)-.15 G .656(ust be speci\214ed in the con\214guration)
+-3.157 F .727(\214le in order to be added to the message.)117 488.4 R
+(An)5.728 E 3.228(yh)-.15 G .728
+(eader \214elds mentioned in the con\214guration \214le)-3.228 F -.2(bu)
117 500.4 S 3.24(tn).2 G .74(ot mentioned in the)-3.24 F F2(HdrInfo)3.24
E F1 .74(structure ha)3.24 F 1.04 -.15(ve d)-.2 H(ef).15 E .74
(ault processing performed; that is, the)-.1 F 3.24(ya)-.15 G(re)-3.24 E
-1.375(added unless the)117 512.4 R 3.875(yw)-.15 G 1.375
-(ere in the message already)-3.875 F 6.375(.S)-.65 G 1.374(econd, the)
--6.375 F F2(HdrInfo)3.874 E F1 1.374(structure only speci\214es)3.874 F
+1.374(added unless the)117 512.4 R 3.874(yw)-.15 G 1.374
+(ere in the message already)-3.874 F 6.375(.S)-.65 G 1.375(econd, the)
+-6.375 F F2(HdrInfo)3.875 E F1 1.375(structure only speci\214es)3.875 F
.324(cliched processing; certain headers are processed specially by ad \
-hoc code re)117 524.4 R -.05(ga)-.15 G .325(rdless of the sta-).05 F
-.481(tus speci\214ed in)117 536.4 R F2(HdrInfo)2.981 E F1 5.481(.F)C
-.481(or e)-5.631 F .481
+hoc code re)117 524.4 R -.05(ga)-.15 G .324(rdless of the sta-).05 F .48
+(tus speci\214ed in)117 536.4 R F2(HdrInfo)2.98 E F1 5.48(.F)C .481
+(or e)-5.63 F .481
(xample, the \231Sender:\232 and \231From:\232 \214elds are al)-.15 F
--.1(wa)-.1 G .48(ys scanned on).1 F(ARP)117 550.4 Q .751
+-.1(wa)-.1 G .481(ys scanned on).1 F(ARP)117 550.4 Q .75
(ANET mail to determine the sender)-.92 F/F3 7/Times-Roman@0 SF(24)-4 I
-F1 3.251(;t)4 K .75
+F1 3.251(;t)4 K .751
(his is used to perform the \231return to sender\232 func-)-3.251 F
-2.976(tion. The)117 562.4 R .476(\231From:\232 and \231Full-Name:\232 \
-\214elds are used to determine the full name of the sender if)2.976 F
+2.977(tion. The)117 562.4 R .476(\231From:\232 and \231Full-Name:\232 \
+\214elds are used to determine the full name of the sender if)2.977 F
(possible; this is stored in the macro)117 574.4 Q F0($x)2.5 E F1
(and used in a number of w)2.5 E(ays.)-.1 E F0 2.5(6.3.2. Restricting)
-102 598.4 R(Use of Email)2.5 E F1 .15
+102 598.4 R(Use of Email)2.5 E F1 .149
(If it is necessary to restrict mail through a relay)142 614.6 R 2.649
-(,t)-.65 G(he)-2.649 E F2 -.15(ch)2.649 G(ec).15 E(kcompat)-.2 E F1 .149
-(routine can be modi\214ed.)2.649 F .163(This routine is called for e)
-117 626.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .163(ry recipient address.).15 F .163
+(,t)-.65 G(he)-2.649 E F2 -.15(ch)2.65 G(ec).15 E(kcompat)-.2 E F1 .15
+(routine can be modi\214ed.)2.65 F .163(This routine is called for e)117
+626.6 R -.15(ve)-.25 G .163(ry recipient address.).15 F .163
(It returns an e)5.163 F .163(xit status indicating the status of)-.15 F
.895(the message.)117 638.6 R .895(The status)5.895 F/F4 9/Times-Roman@0
SF(EX_OK)3.395 E F1 .895(accepts the address,)3.395 F F4(EX_TEMPF)3.395
-E(AIL)-.666 E F1 .895(queues the message for a)3.395 F .263(later try)
-117 650.6 R 2.763(,a)-.65 G .263(nd other v)-2.763 F .264
+E(AIL)-.666 E F1 .895(queues the message for a)3.395 F .264(later try)
+117 650.6 R 2.764(,a)-.65 G .264(nd other v)-2.764 F .264
(alues \(commonly)-.25 F F4(EX_UN)2.764 E -1.215(AVA)-.315 G(ILABLE)
-1.215 E F1 2.764(\)r)C .264(eject the message.)-2.764 F .264
-(It is up to)5.264 F F2 -.15(ch)2.764 G(ec).15 E(k-)-.2 E(compat)117
-662.6 Q F1 2.477(to print an error message \(using)4.978 F F2(usr)4.977
+1.215 E F1 2.764(\)r)C .264(eject the message.)-2.764 F .263
+(It is up to)5.264 F F2 -.15(ch)2.763 G(ec).15 E(k-)-.2 E(compat)117
+662.6 Q F1 2.477(to print an error message \(using)4.977 F F2(usr)4.977
E(err)-.37 E F1 4.977(\)i)C 4.977(ft)-4.977 G 2.477
-(he message is rejected.)-4.977 F -.15(Fo)7.477 G 4.977(re).15 G
-(xample,)-5.127 E .32 LW 76 672.2 72 672.2 DL 80 672.2 76 672.2 DL 84
+(he message is rejected.)-4.977 F -.15(Fo)7.478 G 4.978(re).15 G
+(xample,)-5.128 E .32 LW 76 672.2 72 672.2 DL 80 672.2 76 672.2 DL 84
672.2 80 672.2 DL 88 672.2 84 672.2 DL 92 672.2 88 672.2 DL 96 672.2 92
672.2 DL 100 672.2 96 672.2 DL 104 672.2 100 672.2 DL 108 672.2 104
672.2 DL 112 672.2 108 672.2 DL 116 672.2 112 672.2 DL 120 672.2 116
@@ -8599,10 +8604,10 @@ E(err)-.37 E F1 4.977(\)i)C 4.977(ft)-4.977 G 2.477
672.2 DL 196 672.2 192 672.2 DL 200 672.2 196 672.2 DL 204 672.2 200
672.2 DL 208 672.2 204 672.2 DL 212 672.2 208 672.2 DL 216 672.2 212
672.2 DL/F5 5/Times-Roman@0 SF(24)93.6 682.6 Q/F6 8/Times-Roman@0 SF
-(Actually)3.2 I 2.631(,t)-.52 G .631
+(Actually)3.2 I 2.632(,t)-.52 G .632
(his is no longer true in SMTP; this information is contained in the en)
--2.631 F -.12(ve)-.32 G 2.632(lope. The).12 F .632(older ARP)2.632 F
-.632(ANET protocols did)-.736 F(not completely distinguish en)72 695.4 Q
+-2.632 F -.12(ve)-.32 G 2.631(lope. The).12 F .631(older ARP)2.631 F
+.631(ANET protocols did)-.736 F(not completely distinguish en)72 695.4 Q
-.12(ve)-.32 G(lope from header).12 E(.)-.44 E 0 Cg EP
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@@ -8626,51 +8631,51 @@ BP
(ge for non-local deli)-.162 E -.135(ve)-.225 G(ry"\);).135 E
(e\255>e_\215ags |= EF_NORETURN;)193 294.6 Q(return \(EX_UN)193 305.4 Q
-1.215(AVA)-.315 G(ILABLE\);)1.215 E(})175 316.2 Q(return \(EX_OK\);)175
-327 Q(})157 337.8 Q F2 .969(This w)117 354 R .969
+327 Q(})157 337.8 Q F2 .97(This w)117 354 R .969
(ould reject messages greater than 50000 bytes unless the)-.1 F 3.469
-(yw)-.15 G .97(ere local.)-3.469 F(The)5.97 E F1(EF_NORE-)3.47 E(TURN)
-117 366 Q F2 .652(\215ag can be set in)3.152 F F1(e)3.152 E/F4 10/Symbol
-SF<ae>A F1(e_\215a)A(gs)-.1 E F2 .651
+(yw)-.15 G .969(ere local.)-3.469 F(The)5.969 E F1(EF_NORE-)3.469 E
+(TURN)117 366 Q F2 .651(\215ag can be set in)3.151 F F1(e)3.151 E/F4 10
+/Symbol SF<ae>A F1(e_\215a)A(gs)-.1 E F2 .652
(to suppress the return of the actual body of the message in)3.152 F
-.655(the error return.)117 378 R .655(The actual use of this routine is\
- highly dependent on the implementation, and)5.655 F
+.656(the error return.)117 378 R .655(The actual use of this routine is\
+ highly dependent on the implementation, and)5.656 F
(use should be limited.)117 390 Q F0 2.5(6.3.3. New)102 414 R
-(Database Map Classes)2.5 E F2(Ne)142 430.2 Q 2.876(wk)-.25 G .676 -.15
-(ey m)-2.976 H .375(aps can be added by creating a class initialization\
+(Database Map Classes)2.5 E F2(Ne)142 430.2 Q 2.875(wk)-.25 G .675 -.15
+(ey m)-2.975 H .375(aps can be added by creating a class initialization\
function and a lookup func-).15 F 2.5(tion. These)117 442.2 R
(are then added to the routine)2.5 E F1(setupmaps.)2.5 E F2
(The initialization function is called as)142 458.4 Q F1(xxx)157 474.6 Q
F2(_map_init\(MAP *map, char *ar)A(gs\))-.18 E(The)117 490.8 Q F1(map)
-3.279 E F2 .779(is an internal data structure.)3.279 F(The)5.779 E F1
-(ar)3.279 E(gs)-.37 E F2 .78
-(is a pointer to the portion of the con\214guration)3.279 F .397
+3.28 E F2 .78(is an internal data structure.)3.28 F(The)5.78 E F1(ar)
+3.279 E(gs)-.37 E F2 .779
+(is a pointer to the portion of the con\214guration)3.279 F .396
(\214le line follo)117 502.8 R .396
-(wing the map class name; \215ags and \214lenames can be e)-.25 F .396
-(xtracted from this line.)-.15 F(The)5.396 E
+(wing the map class name; \215ags and \214lenames can be e)-.25 F .397
+(xtracted from this line.)-.15 F(The)5.397 E
(initialization function must return)117 514.8 Q F3(true)2.5 E F2
(if it successfully opened the map,)2.5 E F3 -.09(fa)2.5 G(lse).09 E F2
(otherwise.)2.5 E(The lookup function is called as)142 531 Q F1(xxx)157
547.2 Q F2(_map_lookup\(MAP *map, char b)A(uf[], char **a)-.2 E 1.3 -.65
-(v, i)-.2 H(nt *statp\)).65 E(The)117 563.4 Q F1(map)2.772 E F2 .272
-(de\214nes the map internally)2.772 F 5.273(.T)-.65 G(he)-5.273 E F1 -.2
+(v, i)-.2 H(nt *statp\)).65 E(The)117 563.4 Q F1(map)2.773 E F2 .273
+(de\214nes the map internally)2.773 F 5.273(.T)-.65 G(he)-5.273 E F1 -.2
(bu)2.773 G(f).2 E F2 .273(has the input k)2.773 F -.15(ey)-.1 G 5.273
-(.T)-.5 G .273(his may be \(and often is\) used)-5.273 F(destructi)117
-575.4 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(ly).15 E 5.152(.T)-.65 G(he)-5.152 E F1(av)2.652
-E F2 .151(is a list of ar)2.652 F .151(guments passed in from the re)
--.18 F .151(write line.)-.25 F .151(The lookup function)5.151 F .322
+(.T)-.5 G .272(his may be \(and often is\) used)-5.273 F(destructi)117
+575.4 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G(ly).15 E 5.151(.T)-.65 G(he)-5.151 E F1(av)2.651
+E F2 .151(is a list of ar)2.651 F .151(guments passed in from the re)
+-.18 F .152(write line.)-.25 F .152(The lookup function)5.152 F .322
(should return a pointer to the ne)117 587.4 R 2.822(wv)-.25 G 2.822
(alue. If)-3.072 F .322(the map lookup f)2.822 F(ails,)-.1 E F1(*statp)
-2.822 E F2 .322(should be set to an e)2.822 F(xit)-.15 E .302
-(status code; in particular)117 599.4 R 2.802(,i)-.4 G 2.802(ts)-2.802 G
-.302(hould be set to)-2.802 F F3(EX_TEMPF)2.802 E(AIL)-.666 E F2 .302
-(if reco)2.802 F -.15(ve)-.15 G .301(ry is to be attempted by the).15 F
+2.822 E F2 .322(should be set to an e)2.822 F(xit)-.15 E .301
+(status code; in particular)117 599.4 R 2.801(,i)-.4 G 2.801(ts)-2.801 G
+.302(hould be set to)-2.801 F F3(EX_TEMPF)2.802 E(AIL)-.666 E F2 .302
+(if reco)2.802 F -.15(ve)-.15 G .302(ry is to be attempted by the).15 F
(higher le)117 611.4 Q -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(lc).15 G(ode.)-2.5 E F0 2.5
-(6.3.4. Queueing)102 635.4 R(Function)2.5 E F2 .782(The routine)142
-651.6 R F1(shouldqueue)3.282 E F2 .783
+(6.3.4. Queueing)102 635.4 R(Function)2.5 E F2 .783(The routine)142
+651.6 R F1(shouldqueue)3.283 E F2 .783
(is called to decide if a message should be queued or processed)3.283 F
-(immediately)117 663.6 Q 6.619(.T)-.65 G 1.618
+(immediately)117 663.6 Q 6.618(.T)-.65 G 1.618
(ypically this compares the message priority to the current load a)
--7.419 F -.15(ve)-.2 G 4.118(rage. The).15 F(def)117 675.6 Q
+-7.418 F -.15(ve)-.2 G 4.119(rage. The).15 F(def)117 675.6 Q
(ault de\214nition is:)-.1 E 0 Cg EP
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@@ -8681,31 +8686,31 @@ BP
96 Q(shouldqueue\(pri, ctime\))157 108 Q(long pri;)175 120 Q
(time_t ctime;)175 132 Q({)157 144 Q(if \(CurrentLA < QueueLA\))175 156
Q(return f)193 168 Q(alse;)-.1 E(return \(pri > \(QueueF)175 180 Q
-(actor / \(CurrentLA \255 QueueLA + 1\)\)\);)-.15 E(})157 192 Q 2.062
+(actor / \(CurrentLA \255 QueueLA + 1\)\)\);)-.15 E(})157 192 Q 2.063
(If the current load a)117 208.2 R -.15(ve)-.2 G 2.062(rage \(global v)
.15 F(ariable)-.25 E/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF(Curr)4.562 E(entLA)-.37 E
-F1 4.562(,w)C 2.062(hich is set before this function is)-4.562 F 1.058
+F1 4.562(,w)C 2.062(hich is set before this function is)-4.562 F 1.057
(called\) is less than the lo)117 220.2 R 3.558(wt)-.25 G 1.058
(hreshold load a)-3.558 F -.15(ve)-.2 G 1.058(rage \(option).15 F F0(x)
-3.557 E F1 3.557(,v)C(ariable)-3.807 E F2(QueueLA)3.557 E F1(\),)A F2
-(shouldqueue)3.557 E F1(returns)117 232.2 Q/F3 9/Times-Roman@0 SF -.09
-(fa)3.248 G(lse).09 E F1 .748(immediately \(that is, it should)3.248 F
-F2(not)3.248 E F1 3.249(queue\). If)3.249 F .749(the current load a)
-3.249 F -.15(ve)-.2 G .749(rage e).15 F .749(xceeds the)-.15 F 1.419
-(high threshold load a)117 244.2 R -.15(ve)-.2 G 1.419(rage \(option).15
+3.558 E F1 3.558(,v)C(ariable)-3.808 E F2(QueueLA)3.558 E F1(\),)A F2
+(shouldqueue)3.558 E F1(returns)117 232.2 Q/F3 9/Times-Roman@0 SF -.09
+(fa)3.249 G(lse).09 E F1 .749(immediately \(that is, it should)3.249 F
+F2(not)3.249 E F1 3.248(queue\). If)3.249 F .748(the current load a)
+3.248 F -.15(ve)-.2 G .748(rage e).15 F .748(xceeds the)-.15 F 1.418
+(high threshold load a)117 244.2 R -.15(ve)-.2 G 1.418(rage \(option).15
F F0(X)3.919 E F1 3.919(,v)C(ariable)-4.169 E F2(RefuseLA)3.919 E F1
-(\),)A F2(shouldqueue)3.918 E F1(returns)3.918 E F3(true)3.918 E F1
-(immedi-)3.918 E(ately)117 256.2 Q 7.125(.O)-.65 G 2.125
-(therwise, it computes the function based on the message priority)-7.125
-F 4.626(,t)-.65 G 2.126(he queue f)-4.626 F(actor)-.1 E(\(option)117
+(\),)A F2(shouldqueue)3.919 E F1(returns)3.919 E F3(true)3.919 E F1
+(immedi-)3.919 E(ately)117 256.2 Q 7.126(.O)-.65 G 2.125
+(therwise, it computes the function based on the message priority)-7.126
+F 4.625(,t)-.65 G 2.125(he queue f)-4.625 F(actor)-.1 E(\(option)117
268.2 Q F0(q)2.5 E F1 2.5(,g)C(lobal v)-2.5 E(ariable)-.25 E F2(QueueF)
2.5 E(actor)-.75 E F1(\), and the current and threshold load a)A -.15
-(ve)-.2 G(rages.).15 E 1.067(An implementation wishing to tak)142 284.4
-R 3.567(et)-.1 G 1.066
-(he actual age of the message into account can also)-3.567 F 1.41
+(ve)-.2 G(rages.).15 E 1.066(An implementation wishing to tak)142 284.4
+R 3.566(et)-.1 G 1.067
+(he actual age of the message into account can also)-3.566 F 1.41
(use the)117 296.4 R F2(ctime)3.91 E F1(parameter)3.91 E 3.91(,w)-.4 G
1.41(hich is the time that the message w)-3.91 F 1.41
-(as \214rst submitted to)-.1 F F2(sendmail)3.91 E F1(.)A .929
+(as \214rst submitted to)-.1 F F2(sendmail)3.91 E F1(.)A .928
(Note that the)117 308.4 R F2(pri)3.428 E F1 .928(parameter is already \
weighted by the number of times the message has been)3.428 F .395
(tried \(although this tends to lo)117 320.4 R .395
@@ -8714,10 +8719,10 @@ weighted by the number of times the message has been)3.428 F .395
2.674 G .174
(uld be used as an \231escape clause\232 to ensure that messages are e)
.1 F -.15(ve)-.25 G .174(ntually processed.).15 F F0 2.5
-(6.3.5. Refusing)102 356.4 R(Incoming SMTP Connections)2.5 E F1 2.062
-(The function)142 372.6 R F2 -.37(re)4.562 G(fuseconnections).37 E F1
-(returns)4.562 E F3(true)4.562 E F1 2.063
-(if incoming SMTP connections should be)4.562 F 3.564(refused. The)117
+(6.3.5. Refusing)102 356.4 R(Incoming SMTP Connections)2.5 E F1 2.063
+(The function)142 372.6 R F2 -.37(re)4.563 G(fuseconnections).37 E F1
+(returns)4.563 E F3(true)4.563 E F1 2.062
+(if incoming SMTP connections should be)4.563 F 3.563(refused. The)117
384.6 R 1.063(current implementation is based e)3.563 F(xclusi)-.15 E
-.15(ve)-.25 G 1.063(ly on the current load a).15 F -.15(ve)-.2 G 1.063
(rage and the).15 F(refuse load a)117 396.6 Q -.15(ve)-.2 G
@@ -8727,27 +8732,27 @@ weighted by the number of times the message has been)3.428 F .395
(return \(RefuseLA > 0 && CurrentLA >= RefuseLA\);)175 448.8 Q(})157
460.8 Q 2.5(Am)117 477 S(ore cle)-2.5 E -.15(ve)-.25 G 2.5(ri).15 G
(mplementation could look at more system resources.)-2.5 E F0 2.5
-(6.3.6. Load)102 501 R -.6 -1(Av e)2.5 H(rage Computation)1 E F1 .243
+(6.3.6. Load)102 501 R -.6 -1(Av e)2.5 H(rage Computation)1 E F1 .244
(The routine)142 517.2 R F2 -.1(ge)2.743 G(tla).1 E F1 .243
(returns the current load a)2.743 F -.15(ve)-.2 G .243
-(rage \(as a rounded inte).15 F 2.743(ger\). The)-.15 F(distrib)2.744 E
-(ution)-.2 E 1.157(includes se)117 529.2 R -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.157
+(rage \(as a rounded inte).15 F 2.743(ger\). The)-.15 F(distrib)2.743 E
+(ution)-.2 E 1.156(includes se)117 529.2 R -.15(ve)-.25 G 1.157
(ral possible implementations.).15 F 1.157(If you are porting to a ne)
6.157 F 3.657(we)-.25 G -.4(nv)-3.657 G 1.157(ironment you may).4 F
(need to add some ne)117 543.2 Q 2.5(wt)-.25 G(weaks.)-2.5 E/F4 7
/Times-Roman@0 SF(25)-4 I F0 2.5(6.4. Con\214guration)87 567.2 R
-(in sendmail/daemon.c)2.5 E F1 .127(The \214le)127 583.4 R F2
-(sendmail/daemon.c)2.627 E F1 .128
+(in sendmail/daemon.c)2.5 E F1 .128(The \214le)127 583.4 R F2
+(sendmail/daemon.c)2.628 E F1 .128
(contains a number of routines that are dependent on the local net-)
2.628 F -.1(wo)102 595.4 S(rking en).1 E 2.5(vironment. The)-.4 F -.15
(ve)2.5 G(rsion supplied assumes you ha).15 E .3 -.15(ve B)-.2 H
(SD style sock).15 E(ets.)-.1 E 2.16(In pre)127 611.6 R 2.16
(vious releases, we recommended that you modify the routine)-.25 F F2
-(maphostname)4.66 E F1 2.16(if you)4.66 F -.1(wa)102 623.6 S 1.918
+(maphostname)4.66 E F1 2.16(if you)4.66 F -.1(wa)102 623.6 S 1.919
(nted to generalize).1 F F0($[)4.418 E F1(...)4.418 E F0($])4.418 E F1
4.418(lookups. W)4.418 F 4.418(en)-.8 G 2.418 -.25(ow r)-4.418 H 1.918
-(ecommend that you create a ne).25 F 4.419(wk)-.25 G -.15(ey)-4.519 G
-1.919(ed map).15 F(instead.)102 635.6 Q .32 LW 76 678.8 72 678.8 DL 80
+(ecommend that you create a ne).25 F 4.418(wk)-.25 G -.15(ey)-4.518 G
+1.918(ed map).15 F(instead.)102 635.6 Q .32 LW 76 678.8 72 678.8 DL 80
678.8 76 678.8 DL 84 678.8 80 678.8 DL 88 678.8 84 678.8 DL 92 678.8 88
678.8 DL 96 678.8 92 678.8 DL 100 678.8 96 678.8 DL 104 678.8 100 678.8
DL 108 678.8 104 678.8 DL 112 678.8 108 678.8 DL 116 678.8 112 678.8 DL
@@ -8771,34 +8776,34 @@ BP
(In this section we assume that)127 112.2 Q/F2 10/Times-Italic@0 SF
(sendmail)2.5 E F1(has been compiled with support for LD)2.5 E(AP)-.4 E
(.)-1.11 E F0 2.5(6.5.1. LD)102 136.2 R(AP Recursion)-.35 E F1(LD)142
-152.4 Q .35(AP Recursion allo)-.4 F .349
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(C=FileName_of_CA_Certi\214cate)157 441 Q
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