Unix to Unix Copy Program
UUCP will copy files to or from another (usually *nix) system, which
also runs uucp.
UUCP is used to transfer mail, news and random files between systems
which are not connected by more modern networks. The communication can
be made via modems, direct (hard-wired) serial connections or via an IP
UUCP is nothing more then a file transfer protocol. Nowadays it's
mostly used to transfer offline mail and news. Most documentation
for it is in the manual pages and in the info files installed in
The Debian UUCP package is configured to use the taylor UUCP style
configuration files. While these files are more readable then the
"standard" HDB (Ho
How to put exim4 and uucp together is documented in the
/usr/share/doc/exim4-base/README.Debian.gz explains the UUCP setup in
2. Configuration of Exim 4 in the Debian packages
2.8. Putting Exim 4 and UUCP together
This is the README file for version 1.07 of the Taylor UUCP package.
It was written by Ian Lance Taylor. I can be reached at email@example.com.
There is a mailing list for discussion of the package. The list is
hosted by Eric Schnoebelen at cirr.com. To join (or get off) the
list, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Mail to this address
is answered by the majordomo program. To join the lis
Postfix and sending mail via UUCP
Traditionally there are no Clie
SETTING UP SENDMAIL FOR UUCP.
Only the sendmail setup is described here; I don't know enough about
Changes in version 1.07:
As usual, many bugs were fixed.
uuchk now reports the configurati
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