a secure, reliable, efficient, simple message transfer agent
qmail is meant as a replacement for the entire sendmail-binmail system on
typical Internet-connected UNIX hosts.
This package is based on the netqmail distribution of qmail, put
together by a motley krewe of qmail contributors (see the README).
It is derived from Daniel Bernstein's qmail-1.03 plus bug fixes,
a few feature enhancements, and some documentation.
James Craig Burley claims copyright on the qmail-isoc patch. For
more details, see COPYRIGHT.
Apart from James' copyrights, no other copyright is claimed by the
distributors of netqmail for changes from qmail 1.03 to netqmail 1.05.
Daniel J. Bernstein has abandoned copyright for qmail 1.03.
D. J. Bernstein did not participate in, nor has he been asked to
approve of this dis
qmail for Debian
This package is based on the netqmail distribution of qmail put together
by a motley krewe of qmail contributors (see the README). It is derived
from Daniel Bernstein's qmail-1.03 plus bug fixes, a few feature
enhancements, and some documentation.
This package does not install qmail to receive and deliver mail on the
To enable qmail as mail-tranfer-age
See http://cr.yp.to/qmail/faq.html for newer FAQs not included in this
document, and http://qmail.org/ for qmail community contributions.
1. Controlling the appearance of outgoing messages
1.1. How do I set up host masquerading?
1.2. How do I set up user masquerading?
1.3. How do I set up Mail-Followup-To automatically?
2. Routing outgoing messages
2.1. How do I send local messages to another ho
bouncesaying - p
condredirect - p
except - reverse
forward - forwar
maildir2mbox - m
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