PSARC 2015/428 Normalization of Solaris man page section numbers
authorJohn Beck <John.Beck@Oracle.COM>
Tue, 08 Mar 2016 15:27:22 -0800
changeset 5566 9009ada25177
parent 5565 f678cc44b3d0
child 5567 1d593061210b
PSARC 2015/428 Normalization of Solaris man page section numbers 22895773 update sendmail's man pages section numbers
components/postfix/postfix.p5m
components/sendmail/files/man/addresses.4
components/sendmail/files/man/addresses.5
components/sendmail/files/man/aliases.4
components/sendmail/files/man/check-hostname.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/check-hostname.8
components/sendmail/files/man/check-permissions.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/check-permissions.8
components/sendmail/files/man/editmap.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/editmap.8
components/sendmail/files/man/etrn.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/etrn.8
components/sendmail/files/man/forward.4
components/sendmail/files/man/forward.5
components/sendmail/files/man/mailstats.1
components/sendmail/files/man/makemap.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/makemap.8
components/sendmail/files/man/newaliases.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/newaliases.8
components/sendmail/files/man/praliases.1
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail-aliases.5
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail-mailq.1
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.4
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.5
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.8
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.cf.4
components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.cf.5
components/sendmail/files/man/smrsh.1m
components/sendmail/files/man/smrsh.8
components/sendmail/files/man/submit.cf.4
components/sendmail/files/man/submit.cf.5
components/sendmail/sendmail.p5m
--- a/components/postfix/postfix.p5m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ b/components/postfix/postfix.p5m	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 #
 
 #
-# Copyright (c) 2014, 2015, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+# Copyright (c) 2014, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
 #
 
 <transform file path=usr.*/man/.+ -> default mangler.man.stability volatile>
@@ -134,7 +134,8 @@
 file path=usr/share/man/man1/postsuper.1
 file path=usr/share/man/man1/sendmail.1
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/access.5
-file path=usr/share/man/man5/aliases.5
+link path=usr/share/man/man5/aliases.5 target=postfix-aliases.5 \
+    mediator=sendmail mediator-implementation=postfix
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/body_checks.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/bounce.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/canonical.5
@@ -146,6 +147,7 @@
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/memcache_table.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/pcre_table.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/postconf.5
+file usr/share/man/man5/aliases.5 path=usr/share/man/man5/postfix-aliases.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/postfix-wrapper.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/regexp_table.5
 file path=usr/share/man/man5/relocated.5
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/addresses.4	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,1 +0,0 @@
-.so man4/aliases.4
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/addresses.5	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,1 @@
+.so man5/aliases.5
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/aliases.4	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,420 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 2003, 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
-.TH aliases 4 "20 Sep 2012" "SunOS 5.12" "File Formats"
-.SH NAME
-aliases, addresses, forward \- addresses and aliases for sendmail
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-/etc/mail/aliases
-.fi
-
-.LP
-.nf
-/etc/mail/aliases.db
-.fi
-
-.LP
-.nf
-/etc/mail/aliases.dir
-.fi
-
-.LP
-.nf
-/etc/mail/aliases.pag
-.fi
-
-.LP
-.nf
-~/.forward
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-These files contain mail addresses or aliases, recognized by \fBsendmail\fR(1M) for the local host:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB/etc/passwd\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Mail addresses (usernames) of local users.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Aliases for the local host, in \fBASCII\fR format. Root can edit this file to add, update, or delete local mail aliases. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.\fR{\fIdir\fR , \fIpag\fR}\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-The aliasing information from \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR, in binary \fBndbm\fR(3C) format for use by \fBsendmail\fR(1M). The program \fBnewaliases\fR(1M) maintains these files.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-The aliasing information from \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR, in binary, Berkeley DataBase format for use by \fBsendmail\fR(1M). The program maintains these files. 
-.sp
-Depending on the configuration of the AliasFile option in \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR, either the single file \fBaliases.db\fR or the pair of files \fBaliases.\fR{dir, pag} is generated by \fBnewaliases\fR(1M). As shipped with Solaris, \fBsendmail\fR(1M) supports both formats. If neither is specified, the Berkeley DataBase format which generates the single \fB\&.db\fR file is used.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB~/.forward\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Addresses to which a user's mail is forwarded (see \fBAutomatic Forwarding\fR).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.LP
-In addition, the \fBNIS\fR name services aliases map \fImail.aliases\fR contains addresses and aliases available for use across the network.
-.SS "Addresses"
-.sp
-.LP
-As distributed, \fBsendmail\fR(1M) supports the following types of addresses:
-.SS "Local Usernames"
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIusername\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-Each local \fIusername\fR is listed in the local host's \fB/etc/passwd\fR file.
-.SS "Local Filenames"
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIpathname\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-Messages addressed to the absolute \fIpathname\fR of a file are appended to that file.
-.SS "Commands"
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fB|\fR\fBcommand\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-If the first character of the address is a vertical bar (\fB\||\|\fR), \fBsendmail\fR(1M) pipes the message to the standard input of the \fBcommand\fR the bar precedes.
-.SS "Internet-standard Addresses"
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIusername\fR\[email protected]\fR\fIdomain\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-If \fIdomain\fR does not contain any `\fB\&.\fR' (dots), then it is interpreted as the name of a host in the current domain. Otherwise, the message is passed to a \fImailhost\fR that determines how to get to the specified domain. Domains are divided into subdomains separated by dots, with the top-level domain on the right. 
-.sp
-.LP
-For example, the full address of John Smith could be:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\[email protected]\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-if he uses the machine named \fBjsmachine\fR at Podunk University.
-.SS "\fBuucp\fR Addresses"
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\&.\|.\|. [\fIhost\fR\fB!\fR] \fIhost\fR\fB!\fR\fIusername\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-These are sometimes mistakenly referred to as ``Usenet'' addresses. \fBuucp\fR(1C) provides links to numerous sites throughout the world for the remote copying of files.
-.sp
-.LP
-Other site-specific forms of addressing can be added by customizing the \fBsendmail.cf\fR configuration file. See \fBsendmail\fR(1M) for details. Standard addresses are recommended.
-.SS "Aliases"
-.SS "Local Aliases"
-.sp
-.LP
-\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR is formatted as a series of lines of the form
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIaliasname\fR\fB:\fR\fIaddress\fR[, \fIaddress\fR]
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-\fIaliasname\fR is the name of the alias or alias group, and \fIaddress\fR is the address of a recipient in the group. Aliases can be nested. That is, an \fIaddress\fR can be the name of another alias group. Because of the way \fBsendmail\fR(1M) performs mapping from upper-case to lower-case, an \fIaddress\fR that is the name of another alias group must not contain any upper-case letters.
-.sp
-.LP
-Lines beginning with white space are treated as continuation lines for the preceding alias. Lines beginning with \fB#\fR are comments.
-.SS "Special Aliases"
-.sp
-.LP
-An alias of the form:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fBowner-aliasname :\fR \fIaddress\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR directs error-messages resulting from mail to \fIaliasname\fR to \fIaddress\fR, instead of back to the person who sent the message. \fBsendmail\fR rewrites the \fBSMTP\fR envelope sender to match this, so \fBowner-aliasname\fR should always point to \fBalias-request\fR, and \fBalias-request\fR should point to the owner's actual address:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-owner-aliasname:      aliasname-request
-aliasname-request     \fIaddress\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-An alias of the form:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIaliasname\fR\fB: :include:\fR\fIpathname\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-with colons as shown, adds the recipients listed in the file \fIpathname\fR to the \fIaliasname\fR alias. This allows a private list to be maintained separately from the aliases file.
-.SS "NIS Domain Aliases"
-.sp
-.LP
-The aliases file on the master \fBNIS\fR server is used for the \fImail.aliases\fR \fBNIS\fR map, which can be made available to every \fBNIS\fR client. Thus, the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files on the various hosts in a network will one day be obsolete. Domain-wide aliases should ultimately be resolved into usernames on specific hosts. For example, if the following were in the domain-wide alias file:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-jsmith:[email protected]
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-then any \fBNIS\fR client could just mail to \fBjsmith\fR and not have to remember the machine and username for John Smith.
-.sp
-.LP
-If an \fBNIS\fR alias does not resolve to an address with a specific host, then the name of the \fBNIS\fR domain is used. There should be an alias of the domain name for a host in this case.
-.sp
-.LP
-For example, the alias:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-jsmith:root
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-sends mail on an \fBNIS\fR client to \[email protected]\fR if the name of the \fBNIS\fR domain is \fBpodunk-u\fR.
-.SS "Automatic Forwarding"
-.sp
-.LP
-When an alias (or address) is resolved to the name of a user on the local host, \fBsendmail\fR(1M) checks for a ~/.forward file, owned by the intended recipient, in that user's home directory, and with universal read access. This file can contain one or more addresses or aliases as described above, each of which is sent a copy of the user's mail.
-.sp
-.LP
-Care must be taken to avoid creating addressing loops in the \fB~/.forward\fR file. When forwarding mail between machines, be sure that the destination machine does not return the mail to the sender through the operation of any \fBNIS\fR aliases. Otherwise, copies of the message may bounce. Usually, the solution is to change the \fBNIS\fR alias to direct mail to the proper destination.
-.sp
-.LP
-A backslash before a username inhibits further aliasing. For instance, to invoke the \fBvacation\fR program, user \fBjs\fR creates a \fB~/.forward\fR file that contains the line:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\ejs, "|/usr/bin/vacation js"
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-so that one copy of the message is sent to the user, and another is piped into the \fBvacation\fR program.
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fB~/.forward\fR file can be used to specify special "per user" extensions by creating a \fB\&.forward+extension\fR file in the home directory. For example, with an address like \[email protected]\fR, the \fBsendmail\fR(1M) utility recognizes everything before the "\fB+\fR" as the actual username (\fBjsmith\fR) and everything after it, up to the "\[email protected]\fR" symbol, as the extension (\fBjerry\fR) which is passed to the mail delivery agent for local use.
-.sp
-.LP
-The default value of the \fBForwardPath\fR processing option in \fBsendmail\fR(1M) is:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-O ForwardPath=$z/.forward.$w+$h:$z/.forward+$h:$z/.forward.$w:$z \e
-/.forward
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-where \fB$z\fR is the macro for the user's home directory, \fB$w\fR is the macro for the local machine name and \fB$h\fR is the extension.  For example, for mail using the address, \[email protected]\fR, the \fBsendmail\fR(1M) utility checks each of the four following file names, in the order given, to see if it exists and if it has "safe" permissions, that is, that neither the file nor any of its parent directories are group- or world-writable: 
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-~jsmith/.forward.jsmachine+jerry
-~jsmith/.forward+jerry
-~jsmith/.forward.jsmachine
-~jsmith/.forward
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-The first file that meets the conditions is used to forward the mail, that is, all the entries in that file receive a copy of the mail. The search is then stopped.
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/passwd\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Password file
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/nsswitch.conf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Name service switch configuration file
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Mail aliases file (ascii)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Database of mail aliases (binary)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.dir\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Database of mail aliases (binary)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.pag\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Database of mail aliases (binary)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-sendmail configuration file
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB~/.forward\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Forwarding information file
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBpasswd\fR(1), \fBuucp\fR(1C), \fBvacation\fR(1), \fBnewaliases\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBndbm\fR(3C), \fBgetusershell\fR(3C), \fBpasswd\fR(4), \fBshells\fR(4), \fBattributes\fR(5) 
-.SH NOTES
-.sp
-.LP
-Because of restrictions in \fBndbm\fR(3C), a single alias cannot contain more than about \fB1000\fR characters (if this format is used). The Berkeley DataBase format does not have any such restriction. Nested aliases can be used to circumvent this limit.
-.sp
-.LP
-For aliases which result in piping to a program or concatenating a file, the shell of the controlling user must be allowed. Which shells are and are not allowed are determined by \fBgetusershell\fR(3C).
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/check-hostname.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,72 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\"  Copyright (c) 2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
-.TH check-hostname 1M "8 Mar 2006" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-check-hostname \- check if sendmail can determine the system's fully-qualified host name
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fB /usr/sbin/check-hostname\fR 
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBcheck-hostname\fR script is a migration aid for \fBsendmail\fR(1M). This script tries to determine the local host's fully-qualified host name (FQHN) in a manner similar to \fBsendmail\fR(1M). If \fBcheck-hostname\fR is able to determine the \fBFQHN\fR of the local host, it reports success. Otherwise, \fBcheck-hostname\fR reports how to reconfigure the system so that the \fBFQHN\fR can be properly determined.
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/hosts\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 22n
-.rt  
-Host name database
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/nsswitch.conf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 22n
-.rt  
-Name service switch configuration file
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/resolv.conf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 22n
-.rt  
-Configuration file for name server routines
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-_
-Interface StabilityCommitted
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBdomainname\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBhosts\fR(4), \fBattributes\fR(5) 
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/check-hostname.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 2006, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH check-hostname 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+check-hostname \- check if sendmail can determine the system's fully-qualified host name
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fB /usr/sbin/check-hostname\fR 
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBcheck-hostname\fR script is a migration aid for \fBsendmail\fR(8). This script tries to determine the local host's fully-qualified host name (FQHN) in a manner similar to \fBsendmail\fR(8). If \fBcheck-hostname\fR is able to determine the \fBFQHN\fR of the local host, it reports success. Otherwise, \fBcheck-hostname\fR reports how to reconfigure the system so that the \fBFQHN\fR can be properly determined.
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/hosts\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 22n
+.rt  
+Host name database
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/nsswitch.conf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 22n
+.rt  
+Name service switch configuration file
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/resolv.conf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 22n
+.rt  
+Configuration file for name server routines
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+_
+Interface StabilityCommitted
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBhosts\fR(5), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBdomainname\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/check-permissions.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,93 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\"  Copyright (c) 2003 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
-.TH check-permissions 1M "10 Nov 2003" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-check-permissions \- check permissions on mail rerouting files
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fB/usr/sbin/check-permissions\fR [\fIlogin\fR]
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-The  \fBcheck-permissions\fR script is intended as a migration aid for \fBsendmail\fR(1M). It checks the \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR file for all configured alias files, and checks the alias files for \fB:include:\fR files. It also checks for certain \fB\&.forward\fR files. For each file that  \fBcheck-permissions\fR checks, it verifies that none of the parent directories are group- or world-writable. If any directories are overly permissive, it is reported. Otherwise it reports that no unsafe directories were found.
-.sp
-.LP
-As to which \fB\&.forward\fR files are checked, it depends on the arguments included on the command line. If no argument is given, the current user's home directory is checked for the presence of a  \fB\&.forward\fR file. If any arguments are given, they are assumed to be valid logins, and the home directory of each one is checked.
-.sp
-.LP
-If the special argument \fBALL\fR is given,  the \fBpasswd\fR entry in the  \fB/etc/nsswitch.conf\fR file is checked, and all password entries that can be obtained through the switch file are checked. In large domains, this can be time-consuming.
-.SH OPERANDS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following operands are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fIlogin\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 9n
-.rt  
-Where \fIlogin\fR is a valid user name, checks the home directory for  \fIlogin\fR. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBALL\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 9n
-.rt  
-Checks the home directory of  \fBall\fR users.
-.RE
-
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Defines environment for  \fBsendmail\fR 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Ascii mail aliases file
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-_
-Interface StabilityCommitted
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBgetent\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBaliases\fR(4), \fBattributes\fR(5) 
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/check-permissions.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,93 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 2003, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH check-permissions 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+check-permissions \- check permissions on mail rerouting files
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fB/usr/sbin/check-permissions\fR [\fIlogin\fR]
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+The  \fBcheck-permissions\fR script is intended as a migration aid for \fBsendmail\fR(8). It checks the \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR file for all configured alias files, and checks the alias files for \fB:include:\fR files. It also checks for certain \fB\&.forward\fR files. For each file that  \fBcheck-permissions\fR checks, it verifies that none of the parent directories are group- or world-writable. If any directories are overly permissive, it is reported. Otherwise it reports that no unsafe directories were found.
+.sp
+.LP
+As to which \fB\&.forward\fR files are checked, it depends on the arguments included on the command line. If no argument is given, the current user's home directory is checked for the presence of a  \fB\&.forward\fR file. If any arguments are given, they are assumed to be valid logins, and the home directory of each one is checked.
+.sp
+.LP
+If the special argument \fBALL\fR is given,  the \fBpasswd\fR entry in the  \fB/etc/nsswitch.conf\fR file is checked, and all password entries that can be obtained through the switch file are checked. In large domains, this can be time-consuming.
+.SH OPERANDS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following operands are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fIlogin\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 9n
+.rt  
+Where \fIlogin\fR is a valid user name, checks the home directory for  \fIlogin\fR. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBALL\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 9n
+.rt  
+Checks the home directory of  \fBall\fR users.
+.RE
+
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Defines environment for  \fBsendmail\fR 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Ascii mail aliases file
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+_
+Interface StabilityCommitted
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBaliases\fR(5), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBgetent\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/editmap.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,221 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 1983 Eric P. Allman
-.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
-.\" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software    must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software    without specific prior written permission.  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
-.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2006, 2008 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.  All rights reserved.
-.\" The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6425 Christie Ave, Fourth Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at [email protected]  License Terms:  Use, Modification and Redistribution (including distribution of any modified or derived work) in source and binary forms is permitted only if each of the following conditions is met:  1. Redistributions qualify as "freeware" or "Open Source Software" under    one of the following terms:     (a) Redistributions are made at no charge beyond the reasonable cost of        materials and delivery.     (b) Redistributions are accompanied by a copy of the Source Code or by an        irrevocable offer to provide a copy of the Source Code for up to three       years at the cost of materials and delivery.  Such redistributions        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.  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,    these license terms, and the disclaimer/limitation of liability set    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) 1998-2004 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    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:     (a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of        California.  All rights reserved.     (b) Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without        modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions        are met:        (i)   Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright             notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.        (ii)  Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above             copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following             disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided             with the distribution.        (iii) Neither the name of the University nor the names of its             contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived             from this software without specific prior written permission. 6. Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability: THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY    SENDMAIL, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED    WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF    MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN    NO EVENT SHALL SENDMAIL, INC., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF    CALIFORNIA OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,    INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT    NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF    USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON    ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF    THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
-.\" Portions Copyright (c) 2009, Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
-.TH editmap 1M "14 Sep 2001" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-editmap \- query and edit single records in database maps for sendmail
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fBeditmap\fR \fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR [\fB-N\fR] [\fB-f\fR] [\fB-q\fR | \fB-u\fR | \fB-x\fR] \fImaptype\fR \fImapname\fR \fIkey\fR 
-     ["\fIvalue\fR"]...
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBeditmap\fR command queries or edits one record in a database maps used by the keyed map lookups in \fBsendmail\fR(1M). Arguments are passed on the command line and output (for queries) is directed to standard output. 
-.sp
-.LP
-Depending on how it is compiled, \fBeditmap\fR handles up to three different database formats, selected using the \fImaptype\fR parameter. See \fBOPERANDS\fR.
-.sp
-.LP
- If the \fBTrustedUser\fR option is set in the \fBsendmail\fR configuration file and \fBeditmap\fR is invoked as root, the generated files are owned by the specified \fBTrustedUser\fR. 
-.SH OPTIONS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following options are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
-Use the specified \fBsendmail\fR configuration file (\fIfile\fR) to look up the \fBTrustedUser\fR option.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-f\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
-Disable the folding of all upper case letters in the key to lower case. Normally, all upper case letters in the key are folded to upper case. This is intended to mesh with the \fB-f\fR flag in the \fBK\fR line  in \fBsendmail.cf\fR. The value is never case folded.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-N\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
- Include the null byte that terminates strings in the map (for alias maps).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-q\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
-Query the map for the specified key. If found, print value to standard output and exit with \fB0\fR. If not found then print an error message to \fBstdout\fR and exit with \fBEX_UNAVAILABLE\fR. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-u\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
-Update the record for key with value or inserts a new record if one doesn't exist. Exits with \fB0\fR on success or \fBEX_IOERR\fR on failure.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-x\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
- Delete the specific key from the map. Exit with \fB0\fR on success or \fBEX_IOERR\fR on failure. 
-.RE
-
-.SH OPERANDS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following operands are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fIkey\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 12n
-.rt  
-The left hand side of a record.  
-.sp
-Each record is of the form:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIkey\fR \fIvalue\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-\fIkey\fR and \fIvalue\fR are separated by white space.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fImapname\fR \fR
-.ad
-.RS 12n
-.rt  
-File name of the database map being created.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fImaptype\fR \fR
-.ad
-.RS 12n
-.rt  
-Specifies the database format. The following \fImaptype\fR parameters are available: 
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBdbm\fR \fR
-.ad
-.RS 10n
-.rt  
-Specifies \fBDBM\fR format maps.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBbtree\fR \fR
-.ad
-.RS 10n
-.rt  
-Specifies B-Tree format maps.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBhash\fR \fR
-.ad
-.RS 10n
-.rt  
-Specifies hash format maps.
-.RE
-
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fIvalue\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 12n
-.rt  
-The right hand side of a record.  
-.sp
-Each record is of the form:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fIkey\fR \fIvalue\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-\fIkey\fR and \fIvalue\fR are separated by white space.
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBmakemap\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBattributes\fR(5) 
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/editmap.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,221 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 1983 Eric P. Allman
+.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
+.\" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software    must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software    without specific prior written permission.  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2006, 2008 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.  All rights reserved.
+.\" The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6425 Christie Ave, Fourth Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at [email protected]  License Terms:  Use, Modification and Redistribution (including distribution of any modified or derived work) in source and binary forms is permitted only if each of the following conditions is met:  1. Redistributions qualify as "freeware" or "Open Source Software" under    one of the following terms:     (a) Redistributions are made at no charge beyond the reasonable cost of        materials and delivery.     (b) Redistributions are accompanied by a copy of the Source Code or by an        irrevocable offer to provide a copy of the Source Code for up to three       years at the cost of materials and delivery.  Such redistributions        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.  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,    these license terms, and the disclaimer/limitation of liability set    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) 1998-2004 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    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:     (a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of        California.  All rights reserved.     (b) Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without        modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions        are met:        (i)   Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright             notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.        (ii)  Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above             copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following             disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided             with the distribution.        (iii) Neither the name of the University nor the names of its             contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived             from this software without specific prior written permission. 6. Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability: THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY    SENDMAIL, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED    WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF    MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN    NO EVENT SHALL SENDMAIL, INC., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF    CALIFORNIA OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,    INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT    NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF    USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON    ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF    THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
+.\" Portions Copyright (c) 2009, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH editmap 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+editmap \- query and edit single records in database maps for sendmail
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fBeditmap\fR \fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR [\fB-N\fR] [\fB-f\fR] [\fB-q\fR | \fB-u\fR | \fB-x\fR] \fImaptype\fR \fImapname\fR \fIkey\fR 
+     ["\fIvalue\fR"]...
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBeditmap\fR command queries or edits one record in a database maps used by the keyed map lookups in \fBsendmail\fR(8). Arguments are passed on the command line and output (for queries) is directed to standard output. 
+.sp
+.LP
+Depending on how it is compiled, \fBeditmap\fR handles up to three different database formats, selected using the \fImaptype\fR parameter. See \fBOPERANDS\fR.
+.sp
+.LP
+ If the \fBTrustedUser\fR option is set in the \fBsendmail\fR configuration file and \fBeditmap\fR is invoked as root, the generated files are owned by the specified \fBTrustedUser\fR. 
+.SH OPTIONS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following options are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+Use the specified \fBsendmail\fR configuration file (\fIfile\fR) to look up the \fBTrustedUser\fR option.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-f\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+Disable the folding of all upper case letters in the key to lower case. Normally, all upper case letters in the key are folded to upper case. This is intended to mesh with the \fB-f\fR flag in the \fBK\fR line  in \fBsendmail.cf\fR. The value is never case folded.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-N\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+ Include the null byte that terminates strings in the map (for alias maps).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-q\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+Query the map for the specified key. If found, print value to standard output and exit with \fB0\fR. If not found then print an error message to \fBstdout\fR and exit with \fBEX_UNAVAILABLE\fR. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-u\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+Update the record for key with value or inserts a new record if one doesn't exist. Exits with \fB0\fR on success or \fBEX_IOERR\fR on failure.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-x\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+ Delete the specific key from the map. Exit with \fB0\fR on success or \fBEX_IOERR\fR on failure. 
+.RE
+
+.SH OPERANDS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following operands are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fIkey\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 12n
+.rt  
+The left hand side of a record.  
+.sp
+Each record is of the form:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIkey\fR \fIvalue\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+\fIkey\fR and \fIvalue\fR are separated by white space.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fImapname\fR \fR
+.ad
+.RS 12n
+.rt  
+File name of the database map being created.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fImaptype\fR \fR
+.ad
+.RS 12n
+.rt  
+Specifies the database format. The following \fImaptype\fR parameters are available: 
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdbm\fR \fR
+.ad
+.RS 10n
+.rt  
+Specifies \fBDBM\fR format maps.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBbtree\fR \fR
+.ad
+.RS 10n
+.rt  
+Specifies B-Tree format maps.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBhash\fR \fR
+.ad
+.RS 10n
+.rt  
+Specifies hash format maps.
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fIvalue\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 12n
+.rt  
+The right hand side of a record.  
+.sp
+Each record is of the form:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIkey\fR \fIvalue\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+\fIkey\fR and \fIvalue\fR are separated by white space.
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBattributes\fR(7), \fBmakemap\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/etrn.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,176 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 2004, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
-.TH etrn 1M "10 Aug 2004" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-etrn \- start mail queue run
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fBetrn\fR [\fB-b\fR] [\fB-v\fR] \fIserver-host\fR [\fIclient-hosts\fR]
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-SMTP's \fBETRN\fR command allows an SMTP client and server to interact, giving the server an opportunity to start the processing of its queues for messages to go to a given host. This is meant to be used in start-up conditions, as well as for mail nodes that have transient connections to their service providers.
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBetrn\fR utility initiates an SMTP session with the host \fIserver-host\fR and sends one or more \fBETRN\fR commands as follows: If no \fIclient-hosts\fR are specified, \fBetrn\fR looks up every host name for which \fBsendmail\fR(1M) accepts email and, for each name, sends an \fBETRN\fR command with that name as the argument. If any \fIclient-hosts\fR are specified, \fBetrn\fR uses each of these as arguments for successive \fBETRN\fR commands.
-.SH OPTIONS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following options are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-b\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 6n
-.rt  
-System boot special case. Make sure localhost is accepting SMTP connections before initiating the SMTP session with server-host. 
-.sp
-This option is useful because it prevents race conditions between \fBsendmail\fR(1M) accepting connections and \fIserver-host\fR attempting to deliver queued mail. This check is performed automatically if no \fIclient-hosts\fR are specified.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-v\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 6n
-.rt  
-The normal mode of operation for \fBetrn\fR is to do all of its work silently. The \fB-v\fR option makes it verbose, which causes \fBetrn\fR to display its conversations with the remote SMTP server.
-.RE
-
-.SH ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
-.sp
-.LP
-No environment variables are used. However, at system start-up, \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR reads \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR. In this file, if the variable \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR is set, \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR parses this variable and invokes \fBetrn\fR appropriately. \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR should be of the form:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-"s1:c1.1,c1.2        s2:c2.1 s3:c3.1,c3.2,c3.3"
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-That is, white-space separated groups of \fIserver:client\fR where \fIclient\fR can be one or more comma-separated names. The \fI:client\fR part is optional. \fIserver\fR is the name of the server to prod; a mail queue run is requested for each \fIclient\fR name. This is comparable to running:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-/usr/lib/sendmail -qR \fIclient\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-on the host \fIserver\fR.
-.SH EXAMPLES
-.LP
-\fBExample 1 \fRUsing \fBetrn\fR
-.sp
-.LP
-Inserting the line:
-
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-ETRN_HOSTS="s1.domain.com:clnt.domain.com s2.domain.com:clnt.domain.com"
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-in \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR results in \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR invoking \fBetrn\fR such that \fBETRN\fR commands are sent to both \fBs1.domain.com\fR and \fBs2.domain.com\fR, with both having \fBclnt.domain.com\fR as the \fBETRN\fR argument.
-
-.sp
-.LP
-The line:
-
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-ETRN_HOSTS="server.domain.com:client1.domain.com,client2.domain.com"
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-results in two \fBETRN\fR commands being sent to \fBserver.domain.com\fR, one with the argument \fBclient1.domain.com\fR, the other with the argument \fBclient2.domain.com\fR.
-
-.sp
-.LP
-The line:
-
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-ETRN_HOSTS="server1.domain.com server2.domain.com"
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-results in set of a \fBETRN\fR commands being sent to both \fBserver1.domain.com\fR and \fBserver2.domain.com\fR; each set contains one \fBETRN\fR command for each host name for which \fBsendmail\fR(1M) accepts email, with that host name as the argument.
-
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-\fBsendmail\fR configuration file
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Variables used by \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-_
-Interface StabilityCommitted
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBattributes\fR(5)
-.sp
-.LP
-RFC 1985
-.SH NOTES
-.sp
-.LP
-Not all SMTP servers support \fBETRN\fR.
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/etrn.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,176 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 2004, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH etrn 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+etrn \- start mail queue run
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fBetrn\fR [\fB-b\fR] [\fB-v\fR] \fIserver-host\fR [\fIclient-hosts\fR]
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+SMTP's \fBETRN\fR command allows an SMTP client and server to interact, giving the server an opportunity to start the processing of its queues for messages to go to a given host. This is meant to be used in start-up conditions, as well as for mail nodes that have transient connections to their service providers.
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBetrn\fR utility initiates an SMTP session with the host \fIserver-host\fR and sends one or more \fBETRN\fR commands as follows: If no \fIclient-hosts\fR are specified, \fBetrn\fR looks up every host name for which \fBsendmail\fR(8) accepts email and, for each name, sends an \fBETRN\fR command with that name as the argument. If any \fIclient-hosts\fR are specified, \fBetrn\fR uses each of these as arguments for successive \fBETRN\fR commands.
+.SH OPTIONS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following options are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-b\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 6n
+.rt  
+System boot special case. Make sure localhost is accepting SMTP connections before initiating the SMTP session with server-host. 
+.sp
+This option is useful because it prevents race conditions between \fBsendmail\fR(8) accepting connections and \fIserver-host\fR attempting to deliver queued mail. This check is performed automatically if no \fIclient-hosts\fR are specified.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-v\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 6n
+.rt  
+The normal mode of operation for \fBetrn\fR is to do all of its work silently. The \fB-v\fR option makes it verbose, which causes \fBetrn\fR to display its conversations with the remote SMTP server.
+.RE
+
+.SH ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
+.sp
+.LP
+No environment variables are used. However, at system start-up, \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR reads \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR. In this file, if the variable \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR is set, \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR parses this variable and invokes \fBetrn\fR appropriately. \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR should be of the form:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+"s1:c1.1,c1.2        s2:c2.1 s3:c3.1,c3.2,c3.3"
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+That is, white-space separated groups of \fIserver:client\fR where \fIclient\fR can be one or more comma-separated names. The \fI:client\fR part is optional. \fIserver\fR is the name of the server to prod; a mail queue run is requested for each \fIclient\fR name. This is comparable to running:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+/usr/lib/sendmail -qR \fIclient\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+on the host \fIserver\fR.
+.SH EXAMPLES
+.LP
+\fBExample 1 \fRUsing \fBetrn\fR
+.sp
+.LP
+Inserting the line:
+
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+ETRN_HOSTS="s1.domain.com:clnt.domain.com s2.domain.com:clnt.domain.com"
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+in \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR results in \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR invoking \fBetrn\fR such that \fBETRN\fR commands are sent to both \fBs1.domain.com\fR and \fBs2.domain.com\fR, with both having \fBclnt.domain.com\fR as the \fBETRN\fR argument.
+
+.sp
+.LP
+The line:
+
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+ETRN_HOSTS="server.domain.com:client1.domain.com,client2.domain.com"
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+results in two \fBETRN\fR commands being sent to \fBserver.domain.com\fR, one with the argument \fBclient1.domain.com\fR, the other with the argument \fBclient2.domain.com\fR.
+
+.sp
+.LP
+The line:
+
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+ETRN_HOSTS="server1.domain.com server2.domain.com"
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+results in set of a \fBETRN\fR commands being sent to both \fBserver1.domain.com\fR and \fBserver2.domain.com\fR; each set contains one \fBETRN\fR command for each host name for which \fBsendmail\fR(8) accepts email, with that host name as the argument.
+
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+\fBsendmail\fR configuration file
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Variables used by \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+_
+Interface StabilityCommitted
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBattributes\fR(7), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
+.sp
+.LP
+RFC 1985
+.SH NOTES
+.sp
+.LP
+Not all SMTP servers support \fBETRN\fR.
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/forward.4	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,1 +0,0 @@
-.so man4/aliases.4
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/forward.5	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,1 @@
+.so man5/aliases.5
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/mailstats.1	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/mailstats.1	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 '\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 2004, 2015, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights    reserved.
-.TH mailstats 1 "4 Feb 2015" "SunOS 5.12" "User Commands"
+.\" Copyright (c) 2004, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH mailstats 1 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "User Commands"
 .SH NAME
 mailstats \- print statistics collected by sendmail
 .SH SYNOPSIS
@@ -13,10 +13,10 @@
 .SH DESCRIPTION
 .sp
 .LP
-The \fBmailstats\fR utility prints out the statistics collected by the \fBsendmail\fR(1M) program on mailer usage. These statistics are collected if the file indicated by the \fBStatusFile\fR configuration option of \fBsendmail\fR (defined in \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR) exists. The default statistics file is \fB/etc/mail/statistics\fR.
+The \fBmailstats\fR utility prints out the statistics collected by the \fBsendmail\fR(8) program on mailer usage. These statistics are collected if the file indicated by the \fBStatusFile\fR configuration option of \fBsendmail\fR (defined in \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR) exists. The default statistics file is \fB/etc/mail/statistics\fR.
 .sp
 .LP
-To enable \fBmailstats\fR, you must, as root, touch \fB/etc/mail/statistics\fR. See the \fBStatusFile\fR processing option in \fBsendmail\fR(1M).
+To enable \fBmailstats\fR, you must, as root, touch \fB/etc/mail/statistics\fR. See the \fBStatusFile\fR processing option in \fBsendmail\fR(8).
 .sp
 .LP
 \fBmailstats\fR first prints the time that the statistics file was created and the last time it was modified. Then, the statistics for each mailer are displayed on a single line, each with the following whitespace-separated fields:
@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@
 .SH ATTRIBUTES
 .sp
 .LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
 .sp
 
 .sp
@@ -259,4 +259,4 @@
 .SH SEE ALSO
 .sp
 .LP
-\fBcrontab\fR(1), \fBcron\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBattributes\fR(5)
+\fBcrontab\fR(1), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBcron\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/makemap.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,266 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 1983 Eric P. Allman
-.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
-.\" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software    must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software    without specific prior written permission.  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
-.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2006, 2008 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.  All rights reserved.
-.\" The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6425 Christie Ave, Fourth Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at [email protected]  License Terms:  Use, Modification and Redistribution (including distribution of any modified or derived work) in source and binary forms is permitted only if each of the following conditions is met:  1. Redistributions qualify as "freeware" or "Open Source Software" under    one of the following terms:     (a) Redistributions are made at no charge beyond the reasonable cost of        materials and delivery.     (b) Redistributions are accompanied by a copy of the Source Code or by an        irrevocable offer to provide a copy of the Source Code for up to three       years at the cost of materials and delivery.  Such redistributions        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.  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,    these license terms, and the disclaimer/limitation of liability set    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) 1998-2004 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    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:     (a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of        California.  All rights reserved.     (b) Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without        modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions        are met:        (i)   Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright             notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.        (ii)  Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above             copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following             disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided             with the distribution.        (iii) Neither the name of the University nor the names of its             contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived             from this software without specific prior written permission. 6. Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability: THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY    SENDMAIL, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED    WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF    MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN    NO EVENT SHALL SENDMAIL, INC., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF    CALIFORNIA OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,    INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT    NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF    USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON    ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF    THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
-.\"  Copyright (c) 2009, Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
-.TH makemap 1M "22 Apr 2008" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-makemap \- create database maps for sendmail
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fBmakemap\fR [\fB-N\fR] [\fB-d\fR] [\fB-f\fR] [\fB-o\fR] [\fB-r\fR] [\fB-s\fR] [\fB-v\fR] [\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR] 
-     [\fB-c\fR \fIcachesize\fR] [\fB-D\fR \fIcommentchar\fR] [\fB-e\fR] [\fB-l\fR] [\fB-t\fR \fIdelim\fR] 
-     [\fB-u\fR] \fImantype\fR \fImapname\fR
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBmakemap\fR creates the database maps used by the keyed map lookups in \fBsendmail\fR(1M). \fBmakemap\fR reads from the standard input and outputs to the specified \fImapname\fR. 
-.sp
-.LP
-In all cases, \fBmakemap\fR reads lines from the standard input consisting of two words separated by whitespace. The first is the database key, the second is the value. The value may contain \fB%\fR\fIn\fR strings to indicated parameter substitution. Literal percents should be doubled (\fB%%\fR). Blank lines and lines beginning with \fB#\fR are ignored.
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBmakemap\fR handles three different database formats. Database format is selected using the \fImaptype\fR parameter. See \fBOPERANDS\fR. 
-.SH OPTIONS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following options are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-c\fR \fIcachesize\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Use the specified hash and B-Tree cache size (\fIcachesize\fR).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Use the specified sendmail configuration file (\fIfile\fR) for looking up the TrustedUser option.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-d\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Allow duplicate keys in the map. This is only allowed on B-Tree format maps. If two identical keys are read, both be inserted into the map.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-D\fR \fIcommentchar\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Use the specified character to indicate a comment (which is ignored) instead of the default of '\fB#\fR'.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-e\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Allow empty value (right hand side).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-f\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Normally, all upper case letters in the key are folded to lower case. This flag disables that behavior. This is intended to mesh with the \fB-f\fR flag in the \fBK\fR line in \fBsendmail.cf\fR. The value is never case folded.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-l\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-List supported map types.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-N\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Include the null byte that terminates strings in the map. This must match the \fB-N\fR flag in the \fBK\fR line in \fBsendmail.cf\fR 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-o\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Append to an old file. This allows you to augment an existing file.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-r\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Allow replacement of existing keys. Normally \fBmakemap\fR complains if you repeat a key, and does not do the insert.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-s\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Ignore safety checks on maps being created. This includes checking for hard or symbolic links in world writable directories.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-t\fR \fIdelim\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Use the specified delimiter (\fIdelim\fR) instead of whitespace.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-u\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Dump (unmap) the content of the database to standard output. Note that, if the \fB-t\fR option is also provided, the specified delimiter is used when the content is dumped instead of whitespace.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-v\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Verbosely print what it is doing.
-.RE
-
-.SH OPERANDS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following operands are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fImapname\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
-File name of the database map being created.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fImaptype\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 11n
-.rt  
-Specifies the database format. The following \fImaptype\fR parameters are available: 
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBdbm\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 9n
-.rt  
-Specifies \fBDBM\fR format maps.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBbtree\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 9n
-.rt  
-Specifies B-Tree format maps.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBhash\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 9n
-.rt  
-Specifies hash format maps.
-.RE
-
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBeditmap\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBattributes\fR(5) 
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/makemap.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,266 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 1983 Eric P. Allman
+.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
+.\" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software    must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software    without specific prior written permission.  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2006, 2008 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.  All rights reserved.
+.\" The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6425 Christie Ave, Fourth Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at [email protected]  License Terms:  Use, Modification and Redistribution (including distribution of any modified or derived work) in source and binary forms is permitted only if each of the following conditions is met:  1. Redistributions qualify as "freeware" or "Open Source Software" under    one of the following terms:     (a) Redistributions are made at no charge beyond the reasonable cost of        materials and delivery.     (b) Redistributions are accompanied by a copy of the Source Code or by an        irrevocable offer to provide a copy of the Source Code for up to three       years at the cost of materials and delivery.  Such redistributions        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.  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,    these license terms, and the disclaimer/limitation of liability set    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) 1998-2004 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    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:     (a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of        California.  All rights reserved.     (b) Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without        modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions        are met:        (i)   Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright             notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.        (ii)  Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above             copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following             disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided             with the distribution.        (iii) Neither the name of the University nor the names of its             contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived             from this software without specific prior written permission. 6. Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability: THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY    SENDMAIL, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED    WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF    MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN    NO EVENT SHALL SENDMAIL, INC., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF    CALIFORNIA OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,    INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT    NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF    USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON    ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF    THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
+.\" Copyright (c) 2008, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH makemap 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+makemap \- create database maps for sendmail
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fBmakemap\fR [\fB-N\fR] [\fB-d\fR] [\fB-f\fR] [\fB-o\fR] [\fB-r\fR] [\fB-s\fR] [\fB-v\fR] [\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR] 
+     [\fB-c\fR \fIcachesize\fR] [\fB-D\fR \fIcommentchar\fR] [\fB-e\fR] [\fB-l\fR] [\fB-t\fR \fIdelim\fR] 
+     [\fB-u\fR] \fImantype\fR \fImapname\fR
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBmakemap\fR creates the database maps used by the keyed map lookups in \fBsendmail\fR(8). \fBmakemap\fR reads from the standard input and outputs to the specified \fImapname\fR. 
+.sp
+.LP
+In all cases, \fBmakemap\fR reads lines from the standard input consisting of two words separated by whitespace. The first is the database key, the second is the value. The value may contain \fB%\fR\fIn\fR strings to indicated parameter substitution. Literal percents should be doubled (\fB%%\fR). Blank lines and lines beginning with \fB#\fR are ignored.
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBmakemap\fR handles three different database formats. Database format is selected using the \fImaptype\fR parameter. See \fBOPERANDS\fR. 
+.SH OPTIONS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following options are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-c\fR \fIcachesize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Use the specified hash and B-Tree cache size (\fIcachesize\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Use the specified sendmail configuration file (\fIfile\fR) for looking up the TrustedUser option.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-d\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Allow duplicate keys in the map. This is only allowed on B-Tree format maps. If two identical keys are read, both be inserted into the map.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-D\fR \fIcommentchar\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Use the specified character to indicate a comment (which is ignored) instead of the default of '\fB#\fR'.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-e\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Allow empty value (right hand side).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-f\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Normally, all upper case letters in the key are folded to lower case. This flag disables that behavior. This is intended to mesh with the \fB-f\fR flag in the \fBK\fR line in \fBsendmail.cf\fR. The value is never case folded.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-l\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+List supported map types.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-N\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Include the null byte that terminates strings in the map. This must match the \fB-N\fR flag in the \fBK\fR line in \fBsendmail.cf\fR 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-o\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Append to an old file. This allows you to augment an existing file.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-r\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Allow replacement of existing keys. Normally \fBmakemap\fR complains if you repeat a key, and does not do the insert.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-s\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Ignore safety checks on maps being created. This includes checking for hard or symbolic links in world writable directories.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-t\fR \fIdelim\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Use the specified delimiter (\fIdelim\fR) instead of whitespace.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-u\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Dump (unmap) the content of the database to standard output. Note that, if the \fB-t\fR option is also provided, the specified delimiter is used when the content is dumped instead of whitespace.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-v\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Verbosely print what it is doing.
+.RE
+
+.SH OPERANDS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following operands are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fImapname\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+File name of the database map being created.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fImaptype\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 11n
+.rt  
+Specifies the database format. The following \fImaptype\fR parameters are available: 
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdbm\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 9n
+.rt  
+Specifies \fBDBM\fR format maps.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBbtree\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 9n
+.rt  
+Specifies B-Tree format maps.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBhash\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 9n
+.rt  
+Specifies hash format maps.
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBattributes\fR(7), \fBeditmap\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/newaliases.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,238 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\"  Copyright (c) 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
-.TH newaliases 1M "14 Sep 2001" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-newaliases \- rebuild the data base for the mail aliases file
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fBnewaliases\fR 
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBnewaliases\fR rebuilds the random access data base for the mail aliases file \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR.
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBnewaliases\fR accepts all the flags that \fBsendmail\fR(1M) accepts. However, most of these flags have no effect, except for the \fB-C\fR option and three of the \fBProcessing\fR \fBOptions\fR that can be set from a configuration file with the \fB-o\fR option:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-C\fR\fI /path/to/alt/config/file\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Use alternate configuration file.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-oA\fR\fIfile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Specify possible alias files.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-oL\fR\fIn\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Set the default log level to \fIn\fR. Defaults to \fB9\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-on\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Validate the \fBRHS\fR of aliases when rebuilding the \fBaliases\fR(4) database.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBnewaliases\fR runs in verbose mode (\fB-v\fR option) automatically.
-.SH EXAMPLES
-.LP
-\fBExample 1 \fRRunning the \fBnewaliases\fR Command
-.sp
-.LP
-The following command runs \fBnewaliases\fR on an alias file different from the \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR default in \fBsendmail\fR(1M):
-
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
- example% \fBnewaliases \fR\fB-oA\fR\fB\fI/path/to/alternate/alias/file\fR\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.SH EXIT STATUS
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBnewaliases\fR returns an exit status describing what it did. The codes are defined in \fB/usr/include/sysexits.h\fR.
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_OK\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Successful completion on all addresses.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_NOUSER\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-User name not recognized.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_UNAVAILABLE\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Catchall. Necessary resources were not available.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_SYNTAX\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Syntax error in address.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_SOFTWARE\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Internal software error, including bad arguments.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_OSERR\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Temporary operating system error, such as "cannot fork".
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_NOHOST\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Host name not recognized.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_TEMPFAIL\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 18n
-.rt  
-Message could not be sent immediately, but was queued.
-.RE
-
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/aliases\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Symbolic link to \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.pag\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
- 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.dir\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-\fBndbm\fR files maintained by \fBnewaliases\fR
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 25n
-.rt  
-Berkeley DataBase file maintained by newaliases
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBaliases\fR(4), \fBattributes\fR(5)
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/newaliases.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,238 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 2001, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH newaliases 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+newaliases \- rebuild the data base for the mail aliases file
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fBnewaliases\fR 
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBnewaliases\fR rebuilds the random access data base for the mail aliases file \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR.
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBnewaliases\fR accepts all the flags that \fBsendmail\fR(8) accepts. However, most of these flags have no effect, except for the \fB-C\fR option and three of the \fBProcessing\fR \fBOptions\fR that can be set from a configuration file with the \fB-o\fR option:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-C\fR\fI /path/to/alt/config/file\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Use alternate configuration file.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-oA\fR\fIfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specify possible alias files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-oL\fR\fIn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Set the default log level to \fIn\fR. Defaults to \fB9\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-on\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Validate the \fBRHS\fR of aliases when rebuilding the \fBaliases\fR(5) database.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBnewaliases\fR runs in verbose mode (\fB-v\fR option) automatically.
+.SH EXAMPLES
+.LP
+\fBExample 1 \fRRunning the \fBnewaliases\fR Command
+.sp
+.LP
+The following command runs \fBnewaliases\fR on an alias file different from the \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR default in \fBsendmail\fR(8):
+
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+ example% \fBnewaliases \fR\fB-oA\fR\fB\fI/path/to/alternate/alias/file\fR\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.SH EXIT STATUS
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBnewaliases\fR returns an exit status describing what it did. The codes are defined in \fB/usr/include/sysexits.h\fR.
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_OK\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Successful completion on all addresses.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_NOUSER\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+User name not recognized.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_UNAVAILABLE\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Catchall. Necessary resources were not available.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_SYNTAX\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Syntax error in address.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_SOFTWARE\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Internal software error, including bad arguments.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_OSERR\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Temporary operating system error, such as "cannot fork".
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_NOHOST\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Host name not recognized.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_TEMPFAIL\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 18n
+.rt  
+Message could not be sent immediately, but was queued.
+.RE
+
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/aliases\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Symbolic link to \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.pag\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+ 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.dir\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+\fBndbm\fR files maintained by \fBnewaliases\fR
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Berkeley DataBase file maintained by newaliases
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBaliases\fR(5), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/praliases.1	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/praliases.1	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@
 .\" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software    must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software    without specific prior written permission.  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
 .\" Copyright (c) 1998-2006, 2008 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.  All rights reserved.
 .\" The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6425 Christie Ave, Fourth Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at [email protected]  License Terms:  Use, Modification and Redistribution (including distribution of any modified or derived work) in source and binary forms is permitted only if each of the following conditions is met:  1. Redistributions qualify as "freeware" or "Open Source Software" under    one of the following terms:     (a) Redistributions are made at no charge beyond the reasonable cost of        materials and delivery.     (b) Redistributions are accompanied by a copy of the Source Code or by an        irrevocable offer to provide a copy of the Source Code for up to three       years at the cost of materials and delivery.  Such redistributions        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.  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,    these license terms, and the disclaimer/limitation of liability set    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) 1998-2004 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    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:     (a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of        California.  All rights reserved.     (b) Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without        modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions        are met:        (i)   Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright             notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.        (ii)  Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above             copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following             disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided             with the distribution.        (iii) Neither the name of the University nor the names of its             contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived             from this software without specific prior written permission. 6. Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability: THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY    SENDMAIL, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED    WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF    MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN    NO EVENT SHALL SENDMAIL, INC., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF    CALIFORNIA OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,    INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT    NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF    USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON    ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF    THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
-.\"  Copyright (c) 2009, Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved
-.TH praliases 1 "29 Mar 2004" "SunOS 5.12" "User Commands"
+.\" Copyright (c) 2004, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH praliases 1 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "User Commands"
 .SH NAME
 praliases \- display system mail aliases
 .SH SYNOPSIS
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@
 .SH ATTRIBUTES
 .sp
 .LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
 .sp
 
 .sp
@@ -154,4 +154,4 @@
 .SH SEE ALSO
 .sp
 .LP
-\fBmailq\fR(1), \fBnewaliases\fR(1M), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBattributes\fR(5)
+\fBmailq\fR(1), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBnewaliases\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail-aliases.5	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,420 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 2003, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH aliases 5 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "File Formats"
+.SH NAME
+aliases, addresses, forward \- addresses and aliases for sendmail
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+/etc/mail/aliases
+.fi
+
+.LP
+.nf
+/etc/mail/aliases.db
+.fi
+
+.LP
+.nf
+/etc/mail/aliases.dir
+.fi
+
+.LP
+.nf
+/etc/mail/aliases.pag
+.fi
+
+.LP
+.nf
+~/.forward
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+These files contain mail addresses or aliases, recognized by \fBsendmail\fR(8) for the local host:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB/etc/passwd\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Mail addresses (usernames) of local users.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Aliases for the local host, in \fBASCII\fR format. Root can edit this file to add, update, or delete local mail aliases. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.\fR{\fIdir\fR , \fIpag\fR}\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The aliasing information from \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR, in binary \fBndbm\fR(3C) format for use by \fBsendmail\fR(8). The program \fBnewaliases\fR(8) maintains these files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The aliasing information from \fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR, in binary, Berkeley DataBase format for use by \fBsendmail\fR(8). The program maintains these files. 
+.sp
+Depending on the configuration of the AliasFile option in \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR, either the single file \fBaliases.db\fR or the pair of files \fBaliases.\fR{dir, pag} is generated by \fBnewaliases\fR(8). As shipped with Solaris, \fBsendmail\fR(8) supports both formats. If neither is specified, the Berkeley DataBase format which generates the single \fB\&.db\fR file is used.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB~/.forward\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Addresses to which a user's mail is forwarded (see \fBAutomatic Forwarding\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.LP
+In addition, the \fBNIS\fR name services aliases map \fImail.aliases\fR contains addresses and aliases available for use across the network.
+.SS "Addresses"
+.sp
+.LP
+As distributed, \fBsendmail\fR(8) supports the following types of addresses:
+.SS "Local Usernames"
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIusername\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+Each local \fIusername\fR is listed in the local host's \fB/etc/passwd\fR file.
+.SS "Local Filenames"
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIpathname\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+Messages addressed to the absolute \fIpathname\fR of a file are appended to that file.
+.SS "Commands"
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fB|\fR\fBcommand\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+If the first character of the address is a vertical bar (\fB\||\|\fR), \fBsendmail\fR(8) pipes the message to the standard input of the \fBcommand\fR the bar precedes.
+.SS "Internet-standard Addresses"
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIusername\fR\[email protected]\fR\fIdomain\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+If \fIdomain\fR does not contain any `\fB\&.\fR' (dots), then it is interpreted as the name of a host in the current domain. Otherwise, the message is passed to a \fImailhost\fR that determines how to get to the specified domain. Domains are divided into subdomains separated by dots, with the top-level domain on the right. 
+.sp
+.LP
+For example, the full address of John Smith could be:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\[email protected]\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+if he uses the machine named \fBjsmachine\fR at Podunk University.
+.SS "\fBuucp\fR Addresses"
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\&.\|.\|. [\fIhost\fR\fB!\fR] \fIhost\fR\fB!\fR\fIusername\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+These are sometimes mistakenly referred to as ``Usenet'' addresses. \fBuucp\fR(1C) provides links to numerous sites throughout the world for the remote copying of files.
+.sp
+.LP
+Other site-specific forms of addressing can be added by customizing the \fBsendmail.cf\fR configuration file. See \fBsendmail\fR(8) for details. Standard addresses are recommended.
+.SS "Aliases"
+.SS "Local Aliases"
+.sp
+.LP
+\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR is formatted as a series of lines of the form
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIaliasname\fR\fB:\fR\fIaddress\fR[, \fIaddress\fR]
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+\fIaliasname\fR is the name of the alias or alias group, and \fIaddress\fR is the address of a recipient in the group. Aliases can be nested. That is, an \fIaddress\fR can be the name of another alias group. Because of the way \fBsendmail\fR(8) performs mapping from upper-case to lower-case, an \fIaddress\fR that is the name of another alias group must not contain any upper-case letters.
+.sp
+.LP
+Lines beginning with white space are treated as continuation lines for the preceding alias. Lines beginning with \fB#\fR are comments.
+.SS "Special Aliases"
+.sp
+.LP
+An alias of the form:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fBowner-aliasname :\fR \fIaddress\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBsendmail\fR directs error-messages resulting from mail to \fIaliasname\fR to \fIaddress\fR, instead of back to the person who sent the message. \fBsendmail\fR rewrites the \fBSMTP\fR envelope sender to match this, so \fBowner-aliasname\fR should always point to \fBalias-request\fR, and \fBalias-request\fR should point to the owner's actual address:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+owner-aliasname:      aliasname-request
+aliasname-request     \fIaddress\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+An alias of the form:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fIaliasname\fR\fB: :include:\fR\fIpathname\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+with colons as shown, adds the recipients listed in the file \fIpathname\fR to the \fIaliasname\fR alias. This allows a private list to be maintained separately from the aliases file.
+.SS "NIS Domain Aliases"
+.sp
+.LP
+The aliases file on the master \fBNIS\fR server is used for the \fImail.aliases\fR \fBNIS\fR map, which can be made available to every \fBNIS\fR client. Thus, the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files on the various hosts in a network will one day be obsolete. Domain-wide aliases should ultimately be resolved into usernames on specific hosts. For example, if the following were in the domain-wide alias file:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+jsmith:[email protected]
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+then any \fBNIS\fR client could just mail to \fBjsmith\fR and not have to remember the machine and username for John Smith.
+.sp
+.LP
+If an \fBNIS\fR alias does not resolve to an address with a specific host, then the name of the \fBNIS\fR domain is used. There should be an alias of the domain name for a host in this case.
+.sp
+.LP
+For example, the alias:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+jsmith:root
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+sends mail on an \fBNIS\fR client to \[email protected]\fR if the name of the \fBNIS\fR domain is \fBpodunk-u\fR.
+.SS "Automatic Forwarding"
+.sp
+.LP
+When an alias (or address) is resolved to the name of a user on the local host, \fBsendmail\fR(8) checks for a ~/.forward file, owned by the intended recipient, in that user's home directory, and with universal read access. This file can contain one or more addresses or aliases as described above, each of which is sent a copy of the user's mail.
+.sp
+.LP
+Care must be taken to avoid creating addressing loops in the \fB~/.forward\fR file. When forwarding mail between machines, be sure that the destination machine does not return the mail to the sender through the operation of any \fBNIS\fR aliases. Otherwise, copies of the message may bounce. Usually, the solution is to change the \fBNIS\fR alias to direct mail to the proper destination.
+.sp
+.LP
+A backslash before a username inhibits further aliasing. For instance, to invoke the \fBvacation\fR program, user \fBjs\fR creates a \fB~/.forward\fR file that contains the line:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\ejs, "|/usr/bin/vacation js"
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+so that one copy of the message is sent to the user, and another is piped into the \fBvacation\fR program.
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fB~/.forward\fR file can be used to specify special "per user" extensions by creating a \fB\&.forward+extension\fR file in the home directory. For example, with an address like \[email protected]\fR, the \fBsendmail\fR(8) utility recognizes everything before the "\fB+\fR" as the actual username (\fBjsmith\fR) and everything after it, up to the "\[email protected]\fR" symbol, as the extension (\fBjerry\fR) which is passed to the mail delivery agent for local use.
+.sp
+.LP
+The default value of the \fBForwardPath\fR processing option in \fBsendmail\fR(8) is:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+O ForwardPath=$z/.forward.$w+$h:$z/.forward+$h:$z/.forward.$w:$z \e
+/.forward
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+where \fB$z\fR is the macro for the user's home directory, \fB$w\fR is the macro for the local machine name and \fB$h\fR is the extension.  For example, for mail using the address, \[email protected]\fR, the \fBsendmail\fR(8) utility checks each of the four following file names, in the order given, to see if it exists and if it has "safe" permissions, that is, that neither the file nor any of its parent directories are group- or world-writable: 
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+~jsmith/.forward.jsmachine+jerry
+~jsmith/.forward+jerry
+~jsmith/.forward.jsmachine
+~jsmith/.forward
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+The first file that meets the conditions is used to forward the mail, that is, all the entries in that file receive a copy of the mail. The search is then stopped.
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/passwd\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Password file
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/nsswitch.conf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Name service switch configuration file
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Mail aliases file (ascii)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Database of mail aliases (binary)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.dir\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Database of mail aliases (binary)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.pag\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Database of mail aliases (binary)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+sendmail configuration file
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB~/.forward\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 25n
+.rt  
+Forwarding information file
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBpasswd\fR(1), \fBuucp\fR(1C), \fBvacation\fR(1), \fBndbm\fR(3C), \fBgetusershell\fR(3C), \fBpasswd\fR(5), \fBshells\fR(5), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBnewaliases\fR(8), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
+.SH NOTES
+.sp
+.LP
+Because of restrictions in \fBndbm\fR(3C), a single alias cannot contain more than about \fB1000\fR characters (if this format is used). The Berkeley DataBase format does not have any such restriction. Nested aliases can be used to circumvent this limit.
+.sp
+.LP
+For aliases which result in piping to a program or concatenating a file, the shell of the controlling user must be allowed. Which shells are and are not allowed are determined by \fBgetusershell\fR(3C).
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail-mailq.1	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail-mailq.1	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 '\" te
-.\"  Copyright (c) 2002 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
-.TH mailq 1 "10 Jul 2002" "SunOS 5.12" "User Commands"
+.\" Copyright (c) 2002, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH mailq 1 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "User Commands"
 .SH NAME
 mailq \- print the mail queue
 .SH SYNOPSIS
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@
 The first line displayed for each mail message shows the internal identifier used on this host for the message, the size of the message in bytes, the date and time the message was accepted into the queue, and the envelope sender of the message. The second line of the display shows the error message that caused this message to be retained in the queue. This line will not be displayed if the message is being processed for the first time.
 .sp
 .LP
-The \fBmailq\fR utility used to be identical to \fBsendmail\fR \fB-bp\fR. Now it checks for the authorization attribute, \fBsolaris.mail.mailq\fR. If the check for the invoking user succeeds, \fBsendmail\fR \fB-bp\fR is executed with the remaining argument vector. Otherwise, an error message is printed. This authorization attribute is by default enabled for all users. It can be disabled by modifying the Basic Solaris User entry in \fBprof_attr\fR(4).
+The \fBmailq\fR utility used to be identical to \fBsendmail\fR \fB-bp\fR. Now it checks for the authorization attribute, \fBsolaris.mail.mailq\fR. If the check for the invoking user succeeds, \fBsendmail\fR \fB-bp\fR is executed with the remaining argument vector. Otherwise, an error message is printed. This authorization attribute is by default enabled for all users. It can be disabled by modifying the Basic Solaris User entry in \fBprof_attr\fR(5).
 .SH OPTIONS
 .sp
 .LP
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
 .ad
 .RS 17n
 .rt  
-Like \fBsendmail\fR(1M), this flag tells \fBmailq\fR to use \fBsubmit.cf\fR rather than \fBsendmail.cf\fR even  if  the  operation  mode  does  not indicate an initial mail submission. This will result in the client queue \fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR being displayed rather than the default server queue \fB/var/spool/mqueue\fR.
+Like \fBsendmail\fR(8), this flag tells \fBmailq\fR to use \fBsubmit.cf\fR rather than \fBsendmail.cf\fR even  if  the  operation  mode  does  not indicate an initial mail submission. This will result in the client queue \fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR being displayed rather than the default server queue \fB/var/spool/mqueue\fR.
 .RE
 
 .sp
@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@
 .SH ATTRIBUTES
 .sp
 .LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
 .sp
 
 .sp
@@ -188,4 +188,4 @@
 .SH SEE ALSO
 .sp
 .LP
-\fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBprof_attr\fR(4), \fBattributes\fR(5) 
+\fBprof_attr\fR(5), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBsendmail\fR(8)
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,3353 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers. All rights reserved.
-.\" Copyright (c) 1983, 1997 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
-.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
-.\" Portions Copyright (c) 1998, 2015, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All    rights reserved.
-.TH sendmail 1M "4 Feb 2015" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME
-sendmail \- send mail over the internet
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fB/usr/lib/sendmail\fR [\fB-Ac\fR] [\fB-Am\fR] [\fB-ba\fR] [\fB-bD\fR] [\fB-bd\fR] [\fB-bi\fR] [\fB-bl\fR] 
-     [\fB-bm\fR] [\fB-bp\fR] [\fB-bP\fR] [\fB-bs\fR] [\fB-bt\fR] [\fB-bv\fR] [\fB-B\fR \fItype\fR] [\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR]
-     [\fB-D\fR \fIlogfile\fR] [\fB-d\fR \fIX\fR] [\fB-F\fR \fIfullname\fR] [\fB-f\fR \fIname\fR] [\fB-G\fR] 
-     [\fB-h\fR \fIN\fR] [\fB-L \fItag\fR\fR] [\fB-M\fR x\fIvalue\fR] [\fB-N\fR \fInotifications\fR] [\fB-n\fR] 
-     [\fB-O\fR\fIoption\fR =\fIvalue\fR] [\fB-o\fR x\fIvalue\fR] [\fB-p\fR \fIprotocol\fR] 
-     [\fB-Q\fR [\fIreason\fR]] [\fB-q\fR [\fItime\fR]] [\fB-q\fR \fIXstring\fR] [\fB-R\fR \fIret\fR] 
-     [\fB-r\fR \fIname\fR] [\fB-t\fR] [\fB-V\fR \fIenvid\fR] [\fB-v\fR] [\fB-X\fR \fIlogfile\fR] 
-     [\fIaddress\fR]...
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBsendmail\fR utility sends a message to one or more people, routing the message over whatever networks are necessary. \fBsendmail\fR does internetwork forwarding as necessary to deliver the message to the correct place.
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR is not intended as a user interface routine. Other programs provide user-friendly front ends. \fBsendmail\fR is used only to deliver pre-formatted messages.
-.sp
-.LP
-With no flags, \fBsendmail\fR reads its standard input up to an EOF, or a line with a single dot, and sends a copy of the letter found there to all of the addresses listed. It determines the network to use based on the syntax and contents of the addresses.
-.sp
-.LP
-Local addresses are looked up in the local \fBaliases\fR(4) file, or in a name service as defined by the \fBnsswitch.conf\fR(4) file, and aliased appropriately. In addition, if there is a \fB\&.forward\fR file in a recipient's home directory, \fBsendmail\fR forwards a copy of each message to the list of recipients that file contains. Refer to the \fBNOTES\fR section for more information about \fB\&.forward\fR files. Aliasing can be prevented by preceding the address with a backslash. 
-.sp
-.LP
-There are several conditions under which the expected behavior is for the alias database to be either built or rebuilt. This cannot occur under any circumstances unless root owns \fBand\fR has exclusive write permission to the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files.
-.sp
-.LP
-If a message is found to be undeliverable, it is returned to the sender with diagnostics that indicate the location and nature of the failure; or, the message is placed in a \fBdead.letter\fR file in the sender's home directory.
-.SS "Service Management"
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBsendmail\fR service is managed by the service management facility, \fBsmf\fR(5), under the service identifiers:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-svc:/network/smtp:sendmail
-svc:/network/sendmail-client:default
- 
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-Administrative actions on these services, such as enabling, disabling, or requesting restart, can be performed using \fBsvcadm\fR(1M). The services' status can be queried using the \fBsvcs\fR(1) command.
-.sp
-.LP
-These are separate services rather than instances of the same service so that other services can properly express any dependencies. In particular, here are some guidelines about which service/instance should be depended on for which purposes:
-.RS +4
-.TP
-.ie t \(bu
-.el o
-For a service that uses \fBsendmail\fR to send mail, an optional dependency on the service \fBsvc:/network/sendmail-client\fR might be in order. 
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-.ie t \(bu
-.el o
-For a service that needs to receive mail in general, but does not depend on \fBsendmail\fR being the particular SMTP receiver, a dependency on the service \fBsvc:/network/smtp\fR might be in order. 
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-.ie t \(bu
-.el o
-For a service that needs to interact with sendmail in particular, such as a \fBMilter\fR, a dependency on the instance \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR might be in order. 
-.RE
-.sp
-.LP
-For the last two, note the difference, as the latter has the \fB":sendmail"\fR instance specification, whereas the former does not, thus representing the more general service.
-.SS "Enabling Access to Remote Clients"
-.sp
-.LP
-On an unmodified system, access to \fBsendmail\fR by remote clients is enabled and disabled through the service management facility (see \fBsmf\fR(5)). In particular, remote access is determined by the value of the \fBlocal_only\fR SMF property:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-svc:/network/smtp:sendmail/config/local_only = true
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
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-A setting of \fBtrue\fR, as above, disallows remote access; \fBfalse\fR allows remote access. The default value is \fBtrue\fR.
-.sp
-.LP
-The following example shows the sequence of SMF commands used to enable \fBsendmail\fR to allow access to remote systems:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBsvccfg -s svc:/network/smtp:sendmail setprop config/local_only = false\fR
-# \fBsvcadm refresh svc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR
-# \fBsvcadm restart svc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBsvcadm\fR(1M) and \fBsvccfg\fR(1M).
-.sp
-.LP
-Note, however, on a system where any of the \fBsendmail\fR(4) files have been customized, setting this property might not have the intended effect. See \fBsendmail\fR(4) for details.
-.SS "Automated Rebuilding of Configuration Files"
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBsendmail\fR(4) for details on which service properties can be set to automate (re)building of configuration files when the service is started.
-.SS "Restricting Host Access"
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR uses TCP Wrappers to restrict access to hosts. It uses the service name of \fBsendmail\fR for \fBhosts_access()\fR. For more information on TCP Wrappers, see \fBtcpd\fR(1M) and \fBhosts_access\fR(4) in the \fBsecurity/tcp-wrapper\fR package. \fBtcpd\fR(1M) and \fBhosts_access\fR(4) are not part of the Solaris man pages.
-.SS "Startup Options"
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR file stores startup options for \fBsendmail\fR so that the options are not removed when a host is upgraded. See also \fBsendmail\fR(4) for details on which service properties can be set to automate (re)building of configuration files when the service is started.
-.sp
-.LP
-You can use the following variables in the \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR startup file:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBCLIENTOPTIONS=\fIstring\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Selects additional options to be used with the client daemon, which looks in the client-only queue (\fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR) and acts as a client queue runner. No syntax checking is done, so be careful when making changes to this variable.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBCLIENTQUEUEINTERVAL=\fI#\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Similar to the \fBQUEUEINTERVAL\fR option, \fBCLIENTQUEUEINTERVAL\fR sets the time interval for mail queue runs. However, the \fBCLIENTQUEUEINTERVAL\fR option controls the functions of the client daemon, instead of the functions of the master daemon. Typically, the master daemon is able to deliver all messages to the SMTP port. However, if the message load is too high or the master daemon is not running, then messages go into the client-only queue, \fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR. The client daemon, which checks in the client-only queue, then acts as a client queue processor.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBETRN_HOSTS=\fIstring\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Enables an SMTP client and server to interact immediately without waiting for the queue run intervals, which are periodic. The server can immediately deliver the portion of its queue that goes to the specified hosts. For more information, refer to the \fBetrn\fR(1M) man page.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBMODE=-bd\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Selects the mode to start \fBsendmail\fR with. Use the \fB-bd\fR option or leave it undefined.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBOPTIONS=\fIstring\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Selects additional options to be used with the master daemon. No syntax checking is done, so be careful when making changes to this variable.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBQUEUEINTERVAL=\fI#\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the interval for mail queue runs on the master daemon. \fI#\fR can be a positive integer that is followed by either \fBs\fR for seconds, \fBm\fR for minutes, \fBh\fR for hours, \fBd\fR for days, or \fBw\fR for weeks. The syntax is checked before \fBsendmail\fR is started. If the interval is negative or if the entry does not end with an appropriate letter, the interval is ignored and \fBsendmail\fR starts with a queue interval of 15 minutes.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fBQUEUEOPTIONS=p\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Enables one persistent queue runner that sleeps between queue run intervals, instead of a new queue runner for each queue run interval. You can set this option to \fBp\fR, which is the only setting available. Otherwise, this option is not set.
-.RE
-
-.SS "Mail Filter API"
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR supports a mail filter API called "milter". For more information, see \fB/usr/include/libmilter/README\fR and http://www.milter.org
-.SH OPTIONS
-.sp
-.LP
-The following options are supported:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-Ac\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Uses \fBsubmit.cf\fR even if the operation mode does not indicate an initial mail submission.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-Am\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Uses \fBsendmail.cf\fR even if the operation mode indicates an initial mail submission.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-ba\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Goes into \fBARPANET\fR mode. All input lines must end with a RETURN-LINEFEED, and all messages are generated with a RETURN-LINEFEED at the end. Also, the \fBFrom:\fR and \fBSender:\fR fields are examined for the name of the sender.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bd\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Runs as a daemon in the background, waiting for incoming SMTP connections.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bD\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Runs as a daemon in the foreground, waiting for incoming SMTP connections.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bi\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Initializes the \fBaliases\fR(4) database. Root must own \fIand\fR have exclusive write permission to the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files for successful use of this option.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bl\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Runs as a daemon (like \fB-bd\fR) but accepts only loopback SMTP connections.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bm\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Delivers mail in the usual way (default).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bp\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Prints a summary of the mail queues.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bP\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Prints the number of entries in the queues. This option is only available with shared memory support.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bs\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Uses the SMTP protocol as described in RFC 2821. This flag implies all the operations of the \fB-ba\fR flag that are compatible with \fBSMTP\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bt\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Runs in address test mode. This mode reads addresses and shows the steps in parsing; it is used for debugging configuration tables.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-bv\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Verifies names only. Does not try to collect or deliver a message. Verify mode is normally used for validating users or mailing lists.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-B\fR \fItype\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Indicates body \fItype\fR (\fB7BIT\fR or \fB8BITMIME\fR).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Uses alternate configuration file.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-D\fR \fIlogfile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Send debugging output to the indicated log file instead of \fBstdout\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-d\fR \fIX\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets debugging value to \fIX\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-f\fR \fIname\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the name of the "from" person (that is, the sender of the mail).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-F\fR \fIfullname\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the full name of the sender.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-G\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-When accepting messages by way of the command line, indicates that they are for relay (gateway) submission. When this flag is set, \fBsendmail\fR might complain about syntactically invalid messages, for example, unqualified host names, rather than fixing them. \fBsendmail\fR does not do any canonicalization in this mode.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-h\fR \fIN\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the hop count to \fIN\fR. The hop count is incremented every time the mail is processed. When it reaches a limit, the mail is returned with an error message, the victim of an aliasing loop.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-L\fR \fItag\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the identifier used in \fBsyslog\fR messages to the supplied \fItag\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-M\fR\fIxvalue\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets macro \fIx\fR to the specified \fIvalue\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-n\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Does not do aliasing.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-N\fR \fInotifications\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Tags all addresses being sent as wanting the indicated \fInotifications\fR, which consists of the word "NEVER" or a comma-separated list of "SUCCESS", "FAILURE", and "DELAY" for successful delivery, failure and a message that is stuck in a queue somwhere. The default is "FAILURE,DELAY".
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-o\fR\fIxvalue\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets option \fIx\fR to the specified \fIvalue\fR. \fBProcessing\fR \fBOptions\fR are described below.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-O\fR\fIoption=value\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets \fIoption\fR to the specified \fIvalue\fR (for long from names). \fBProcessing\fR \fBOptions\fR are described below.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-p\fR \fIprotocol\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the sending protocol. The \fIprotocol\fR field can be in form \fIprotocol\fR\fB:\fR\fIhost\fR to set both the sending protocol and the sending host. For example: \fB-pUUCP:uunet\fR sets the sending \fIprotocol\fR to \fBUUCP\fR and the sending host to \fBuunet\fR. Some existing programs use \fB-oM\fR to set the \fIr\fR and \fIs\fR macros; this is equivalent to using \fB-p\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-q\fR[\fItime\fR]\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Processes saved messages in the queue at given intervals. If \fItime\fR is omitted, processes the queue once. \fItime\fR is given as a tagged number, where \fIs\fR is seconds, \fIm\fR is minutes, \fIh\fR is hours, \fId\fR is days, and \fIw\fR is weeks. For example, \fB-q1h30m\fR or \fB-q90m\fR would both set the timeout to one hour thirty minutes.
-.sp
-By default, sendmail runs in the background. This option can be used safely with \fB-bd\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-qp[\fR\fItime\fR\fB-]\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Similar to \fB-q\fR[\fItime\fR], except that instead of periodically forking a child to process the queue, \fBsendmail\fR forks a single persistent child for each queue that alternates between processing the queue and sleeping. The sleep time (\fItime\fR) is specified as the argument; it defaults to \fB1\fR second. The process always sleeps at least \fB5\fR seconds if the queue was empty in the previous queue run. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-qf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Processes saved messages in the queue once and does not \fBfork\fR(2), but runs in the foreground. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-qG\fR \fIname\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Processes jobs in queue group called \fIname\fR only. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-q[!]I\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Limits processed jobs to those containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of the queue \fBID\fR or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-q[!]Q\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Limits processed jobs to those quarantined jobs containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of the quarantine \fIreason\fR or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-q[!]R\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Limits processed jobs to those containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of one of the recipients or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-q[!]S\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Limits processed jobs to those containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of the sender or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-Q\fR[\fIreason\fR]\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Quarantines a normal queue item with the given reason or unquarantines a quarantined queue item if no reason is given. This should only be used with some sort of item matching as described above.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-r\fR \fIname\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-An alternate and obsolete form of the \fB-f\fR flag.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-R\fR \fIret\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Identifies the information you want returned if the message bounces. \fIret\fR can be \fBHDRS\fR for headers only or \fBFULL\fR for headers plus body.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-t\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Reads message for recipients. \fBTo:\fR,\fBCc:\fR, and \fBBcc:\fR lines are scanned for people to send to. The \fBBcc:\fR line is deleted before transmission. Any addresses in the argument list is suppressed. The \fBNoRecipientAction\fR Processing Option can be used to change the behavior when no legal recipients are included in the message.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-v\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Goes into verbose mode. Alias expansions are announced, and so forth.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-V\fR \fIenvid\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-The indicated \fIenvid\fR is passed with the envelope of the message and returned if the message bounces.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB-X\fR \fIlogfile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Logs all traffic in and out of \fBsendmail\fR in the indicated \fIlogfile\fR for debugging mailer problems. This produces a lot of data very quickly and should be used sparingly.
-.RE
-
-.SS "Processing Options"
-.sp
-.LP
-There are a number of "random" options that can be set from a configuration file. Options are represented by a single character or by multiple character names. The syntax for the single character names of is:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-\fBO\fR\fIxvalue\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-This sets option \fIx\fR to be \fIvalue\fR. Depending on the option, \fIvalue\fR may be a string, an integer, a boolean (with legal values \fBt\fR, \fBT\fR, \fBf\fR, or \fBF\fR; the default is \fBTRUE\fR), or a time interval.
-.sp
-.LP
-The multiple character or long names use this syntax:
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-.in +2
-.nf
-\fBO\fR \fILongname=argument\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-This sets the option \fILongname\fR to be \fIargument\fR. The long names are beneficial because they are easier to interpret than the single character names.
-.sp
-.LP
-Not all processing options have single character names associated with them. In the list below, the multiple character name is presented first followed by the single character syntax enclosed in parentheses. 
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBAliasFile (A\fR\fIfile\fR\fB)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Specifies possible alias files.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBAliasWait (a\fR \fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If set, waits up to \fIN\fR minutes for an "@:@" entry to exist in the \fBaliases\fR(4) database before starting up. If it does not appear in \fIN\fR minutes, issues a warning. Defaults to 10 minutes.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBAllowBogusHELO\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Allows a \fBHELO SMTP\fR command that does not include a host name. By default this option is disabled.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBBadRcptThrottle=\fR\fIN\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If set and more than the specified number of recipients in a single \fBSMTP\fR envelope are rejected, sleeps for one second after each rejected RCPT command. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBBlankSub (B\fR\fIc\fR\fB)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the blank substitution character to \fIc\fR. Unquoted spaces in addresses are replaced by this character. Defaults to SPACE (that is, no change is made).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBCACertFile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-File containing one CA cert.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBCACertPath\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Path to directory with certs of CAs.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBCheckAliases (n)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Validates the RHS of aliases when rebuilding the \fBaliases\fR(4) database.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBCheckpointInterval (C\fR\fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Checkpoints the queue every \fIN\fR (default \fB10\fR) addresses sent. If your system crashes during delivery to a large list, this prevents retransmission to any but the last \fIN\fR recipients.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBClassFactor (z\fR\fIfact\fR\fB)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-The indicated factor \fIfact\fR is multiplied by the message class (determined by the \fBPrecedence:\fR field in the user header and the \fBP\fR lines in the configuration file) and subtracted from the priority. Thus, messages with a higher \fBPriority:\fR are favored. Defaults to \fB1800\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBClientCertFile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-File containing the cert of the client, that is, this cert is used when \fBsendmail\fR acts as client.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBClientKeyFile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-File containing the private key belonging to the client cert.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBClientPortOptions\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets client \fBSMTP\fR options. The options are key=value pairs. Known keys are:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBAddr\fR \fIAddress Mask\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
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-Options (flags) for the daemon. Can be:
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-If set, colons are treated as a regular character in addresses. If not set, they are treated as the introducer to the RFC 822 "group" syntax. This option is on for version 5 and lower configuration files.
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-Name of the control socket for daemon management. A running \fBsendmail\fR daemon can be controlled through this Unix domain socket. Available commands are: \fBhelp\fR, \fBrestart\fR, \fBshutdown\fR, and \fBstatus\fR. The \fBstatus\fR command returns the current number of daemon children, the free disk space (in blocks) of the queue directory, and the load average of the machine expressed as an integer. If not set, no control socket is available. For the sake of security, this Unix domain socket must be in a directory which is accessible only by root; \fB/var/spool/mqueue/.smcontrol\fR is recommended for the socket name.
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-File containing certificate revocation status, useful for X.509v3 authentication.
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-User-definable name for the daemon (defaults to "\fBDaemon#\fR"). Used for error messages and logging.
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-\fB\fBAddr\fR\fR
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-Address mask (defaults \fBINADDR_ANY)\fR.
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-\fB\fBFamily\fR\fR
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-Address family (defaults to \fBINET).\fR
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-\fB\fBInputMailFilters\fR\fR
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-List of input mail filters for the daemon.
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-
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-\fB\fBListen\fR\fR
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-Size of listen queue (defaults to \fB10\fR).
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-\fB\fBModifier\fR\fR
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-Options (flags) for the daemon; can be a sequence (without any delimiters) of:
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-Requires authentication.
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-
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-\fB\fBb\fR\fR
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-Binds to interface through which mail has been received.
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-
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-\fB\fBc\fR\fR
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-Performs hostname canonification (\fB\&.cf\fR).
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-
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-\fB\fBf\fR\fR
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-Requires fully qualified hostname (\fB\&.cf\fR).
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-
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-\fB\fBh\fR\fR
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-Uses name of interface for \fBHELO\fR command.
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-\fB\fBu\fR\fR
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-Allows unqualified addresses (\fB\&.cf\fR).
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-
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-\fB\fBC\fR\fR
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-Does not perform hostname canonification.
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-\fB\fBE\fR\fR
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-Disallows \fBETRN\fR (see \fBRFC\fR 2476).
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-
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-\fB\fBName\fR\fR
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-User-definable name for the daemon (defaults to \fBDaemon#\fR). Used for error messages and logging.
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-\fB\fBPort\fR\fR
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-Name/number of listening port (defaults to \fBsmtp\fR).
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-\fB\fBReceiveSize\fR\fR
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-The size of the TCP/IP receive buffer.
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-
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-\fB\fBSendSize\fR\fR
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-The size of the TCP/IP send buffer.
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-
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-\fB\fBchildren\fR\fR
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-Maximum number of children per daemon. See \fBMaxDaemonChildren\fR.
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-
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-\fB\fBDeliveryMode\fR\fR
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-Delivery mode per daemon. See \fBDeliveryMode\fR.
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-
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-\fB\fBrefuseLA\fR\fR
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-\fBRefuseLA\fR per daemon.
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-
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-\fBDelayLA\fR per daemon.
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-
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-\fB\fBqueueLA\fR\fR
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-\fBQueueLA\fR per daemon.
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-\fBsendmail\fR listens on a new socket for each occurrence of the \fBDaemonPortOptions\fR option in a configuration file.
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-\fB\fBDataFileBufferSize\fR\fR
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-Sets the threshold, in bytes, before a memory-bases queue data file becomes disk-based. The default is 4096 bytes.
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-\fB\fBDeadLetterDrop\fR\fR
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-Defines the location of the system-wide dead.letter file, formerly hard-coded to \fB/var/tmp/dead.letter\fR. If this option is not set (the default), \fBsendmail\fR does not attempt to save to a system-wide \fBdead.letter\fR file in the event it cannot bounce the mail to the user or postmaster. Instead, it renames the \fBqf\fR file as it has in the past when the \fBdead.letter\fR file could not be opened.
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-\fB\fBDefaultCharSet\fR\fR
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-Sets the default character set to use when converting unlabeled 8 bit input to MIME.
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-\fB\fBDefaultUser (g\fR\fIgid\fR\fB) or (u\fR\fIuid\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Sets the default group ID for mailers to run in to \fIgid\fR or set the default userid for mailers to \fIuid\fR. Defaults to \fB1\fR. The value can also be given as a symbolic group or user name.
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-\fB\fBDelayLA=\fR\fILA\fR\fR
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-When the system load average exceeds \fILA\fR, \fBsendmail\fR sleeps for one second on most SMTP commands and before accepting connections. 
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-\fB\fBDeliverByMin=\fR\fItime\fR\fR
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-Sets minimum time for \fBDeliver By SMTP Service Extension\fR (RFC 2852). If \fB0\fR, no time is listed, if less than \fB0\fR, the extension is not offered, if greater than \fB0\fR, it is listed as minimum time for the \fBEHLO\fR keyword \fBDELIVERBY\fR.
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-\fB\fBDeliveryMode (d\fR\fIx\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Delivers in mode \fIx\fR. Legal modes are:
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-\fB\fBi\fR\fR
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-Delivers interactively (synchronously).
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-\fB\fBb\fR\fR
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-Delivers in background (asynchronously).
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-\fB\fBd\fR\fR
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-Deferred mode. Database lookups are deferred until the actual queue run.
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-\fB\fBq\fR\fR
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-Just queues the message (delivers during queue run).
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-Defaults to \fBb\fR if no option is specified, \fBi\fR if it is specified but given no argument (that is, \fBOd\fR is equivalent to \fBOdi\fR).
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-\fB\fBDHParameters\fR\fR
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-File containing the DH parameters.
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-
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-\fB\fBDialDelay\fR\fR
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-If a connection fails, waits this many seconds and tries again. Zero means "do not retry".
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBDontBlameSendmail\fR\fR
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-If set, overrides the file safety checks. This compromises system security and should not be used. See http://www.sendmail.org/tips/dontBlameSendmail for more information.
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-
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-\fB\fBDontExpandCnames\fR\fR
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-If set, $[ ... $] lookups that do DNS-based lookups do not expand CNAME records.
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-
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-\fB\fBDontInitGroups\fR\fR
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-If set, the \fBinitgroups\fR(3C) routine is never invoked. If you set this, agents run on behalf of users only have their primary (\fB/etc/passwd\fR) group permissions.
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-\fB\fBDontProbeInterfaces\fR\fR
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-If set, \fBsendmail\fR does not insert the names and addresses of any local interfaces into the \fB$=w class\fR. If set, you must also include support for these addresses, otherwise mail to addresses in this list bounces with a configuration error.
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-\fB\fBDontPruneRoutes (R)\fR\fR
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-If set, does not prune route-addr syntax addresses to the minimum possible.
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-\fB\fBDoubleBounceAddress\fR\fR
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-If an error occurs when sending an error message, sends that "double bounce" error message to this address.
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-\fB\fBEightBitMode (8)\fR\fR
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-Uses 8-bit data handling. This option requires one of the following keys. The key can selected by using just the first character, but using the full word is better for clarity.
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-\fB\fBmimify\fR\fR
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-Does any necessary conversion of \fB8BITMIME\fR to 7-bit.
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-\fB\fBpass\fR\fR
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-Passes unlabeled 8-bit input through as is.
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-\fB\fBstrict\fR\fR
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-Rejects unlabeled 8-bit input.
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-\fB\fBErrorHeader (E\fR\fIfile/message\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Appends error messages with the indicated message. If it begins with a slash, it is assumed to be the pathname of a file containing a message (this is the recommended setting). Otherwise, it is a literal message. The error file might contain the name, email address, and/or phone number of a local postmaster who could provide assistance to end users. If the option is missing or \fINULL\fR, or if it names a file which does not exist or which is not readable, no message is printed.
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-
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-\fB\fBErrorMode (e\fR\fIx\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Disposes of errors using mode \fIx\fR. The values for \fIx\fR are:
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-\fB\fBe\fR\fR
-.ad
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-Mails back errors and gives \fB0\fR exit status always.
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-\fB\fBm\fR\fR
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-Mails back errors.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBp\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
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-Prints error messages (default).
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-
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-\fB\fBq\fR\fR
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-No messages, just gives exit status.
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-
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-\fB\fBw\fR\fR
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-Writes back errors (mail if user not logged in).
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBFallbackMXhost (V\fR\fIfallbackhost\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-If specified, the \fIfallbackhost\fR acts like a very low priority MX on every host. This is intended to be used by sites with poor network connectivity.
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-
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-\fB\fBFallBackSmartHost\fR\fR
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-If specified, the \fIfallBackSmartHost\fR is used in a last-ditch effort for each host. This is intended to be used by sites with "fake internal DNS". That is, a company whose DNS accurately reflects the world inside that company's domain but not outside.
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-
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-\fB\fBFastSplit\fR\fR
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-If set to a value greater than zero (the default is one), it suppresses the MX lookups on addresses when they are initially sorted, that is, for the first delivery attempt. This usually results in faster envelope splitting unless the MX records are readily available in a local DNS cache. To enforce initial sorting based on MX records set \fBFastSplit\fR to zero. If the mail is submitted directly from the command line, then the value also limits the number of processes to deliver the envelopes; if more envelopes are created they are only queued up and must be taken care of by a queue run. Since the default submission method is by way of SMTP (either from a MUA or by way of the Message Submission Program [MSP]), the value of \fBFastSplit\fR is seldom used to limit the number of processes to deliver the envelopes. 
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-
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-\fB\fBForkEachJob (Y)\fR\fR
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-If set, delivers each job that is run from the queue in a separate process. Use this option if you are short of memory, since the default tends to consume considerable amounts of memory while the queue is being processed.
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-
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-\fB\fBForwardPath (J\fR\fIpath\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Sets the path for searching for users' \fB\&.forward\fR files. The default is \fB$z/.forward\fR. Some sites that use the automounter may prefer to change this to \fB/var/forward/$u\fR to search a file with the same name as the user in a system directory. It can also be set to a sequence of paths separated by colons; \fBsendmail\fR stops at the first file it can successfully and safely open. For example, \fB/var/forward/$u:$z/.forward\fR searches first in \fB/var/forward/\fR \fIusername\fR and then in \fB~\fR\fIusername\fR\fB/.forward\fR (but only if the first file does not exist). Refer to the NOTES section for more information.
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-
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-\fB\fBHeloName=\fIname\fR\fR\fR
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-Sets the name to be used for \fBHELO\fR/\fBEHLO\fR (instead of \fB$j\fR).
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-
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-\fB\fBHelpFile (H\fR\fIfile\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Specifies the help file for SMTP.
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-\fB\fBHoldExpensive (c)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
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-If an outgoing mailer is marked as being expensive, does not connect immediately.
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-
-.sp
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-\fB\fBHostsFile\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
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-Sets the file to use when doing "file" type access of host names.
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-
-.sp
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-\fB\fBHostStatusDirectory\fR\fR
-.ad
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-If set, host status is kept on disk between \fBsendmail\fR runs in the named directory tree. If a full path is not used, then the path is interpreted relative to the queue directory.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBIgnoreDots (i)\fR\fR
-.ad
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-Ignores dots in incoming messages. This is always disabled (that is, dots are always accepted) when reading \fBSMTP\fR mail.
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-\fB\fBLogLevel (L\fR\fIn\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Sets the default log level to \fIn\fR. Defaults to \fB9\fR.
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fB(M\fR\fIx\|value\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Sets the macro \fIx\fR to \fIvalue\fR. This is intended only for use from the command line.
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-
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-\fB\fBMailboxDatabase\fR\fR
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-Type of lookup to find information about local mail boxes, defaults to \fBpw\fR which uses \fBgetpwnam\fR(3C). Other types can be introduced by adding them to the source code, see \fBlibsm/mbdb.c\fR for details.
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-
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-\fB\fBMatchGECOS (G)\fR\fR
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-Tries to match recipient names using the GECOS field. This allows for mail to be delivered using names defined in the GECOS field in \fB/etc/passwd\fR as well as the login name.
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-
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-\fB\fBMaxDaemonChildren\fR\fR
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-The maximum number of children the daemon permits. After this number, connections are rejected. If not set or <=0, there is no limit.
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-.sp
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-\fB\fBMaxHopCount (h\fR\fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-The maximum hop count. Messages that have been processed more than \fIN\fR times are assumed to be in a loop and are rejected. Defaults to \fB25\fR.
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-.sp
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-\fB\fBMaxMessageSize\fR\fR
-.ad
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-The maximum size of messages that are accepted (in bytes).
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-
-.sp
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-\fB\fBMaxMimeHeaderLength=\fR\fIM\fR\fB[/\fR\fIN\fR\fB]\fR\fR
-.ad
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-\fB\fBMinFreeBlocks (b\fR\fIN/M\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Insists on at least \fIN\fR blocks free on the file system that holds the queue files before accepting email by way of SMTP. If there is insufficient space, \fBsendmail\fR gives a \fB452\fR response to the \fBMAIL\fR command. This invites the sender to try again later. The optional \fIM\fR is a maximum message size advertised in the \fBESMTP\fR \fBEHLO\fR response. It is currently otherwise unused.
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-\fB\fBPostmasterCopy (P\fR\fIpostmaster\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-If set, copies of error messages are sent to the named \fIpostmaster\fR. Only the header of the failed message is sent. Since most errors are user problems, this is probably not a good idea on large sites, and arguably contains all sorts of privacy violations, but it seems to be popular with certain operating systems vendors.
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-
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-\fB\fBgoaway\fR\fR
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-Disallows essentially all SMTP status queries.
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-
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-\fB\fBneedexpnhelo\fR\fR
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-Insists on \fBHELO\fR or \fBEHLO\fR command before \fBEXPN\fR.
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-
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-\fB\fBnoactualrecipient\fR\fR
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-Do not put an X-Actual-Recipient line in a DNS that reveals the actual account to which an address is mapped.
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-
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-\fB\fBnoetrn\fR\fR
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-Disallows \fBETRN\fR entirely.
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-
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-\fB\fBnoexpn\fR\fR
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-Disallows \fBEXPN\fR entirely.
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-
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-\fB\fBnoreceipts\fR\fR
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-Prevents return receipts.
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-
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-\fB\fBnobodyreturn\fR\fR
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-Does not return the body of a message with DSNs.
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-\fB\fBnovrfy\fR\fR
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-Disallows \fBVRFY\fR entirely.
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-
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-\fB\fBpublic\fR\fR
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-Allows open access.
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-
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-\fB\fBre\fR\fB\fR\fBstrictexpand\fR\fR
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-Restricts \fB-bv\fR and \fB-v\fR command line flags.
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-
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-\fB\fBrestrictmailq\fR\fR
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-Restricts \fBmailq\fR command.
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-
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-\fB\fBrestrictqrun\fR\fR
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-Restricts \fB-q\fR command line flag.
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-
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-
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-\fB\fBProcessTitlePrefix \fIstring\fR\fR\fR
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-Prefixes the process title shown on "\fB/usr/bin/ps auxww\fR" listings with \fIstring\fR. The string is macro processed.
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-\fB\fBQueueDirectory (Q\fR\fIdir\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Uses the named \fIdir\fR as the queue directory.
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-
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-\fB\fBQueueFactor (q\fR\fIfactor\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Uses \fIfactor\fR as the multiplier in the map function to decide when to just queue up jobs rather than run them. This value is divided by the difference between the current load average and the load average limit (\fBx\fR flag) to determine the maximum message priority to be sent. Defaults to \fB600000\fR.
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-\fB\fBQueueFileMode=\fR\fImode\fR\fR
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-Defaults permissions for queue files (octal). If not set, \fBsendmail\fR uses \fB0600\fR unless its real and effective \fBuid\fR are different in which case it uses \fB0644\fR. 
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-
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-\fB\fBQueueLA (x\fR\fILA\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-When the system load average exceeds \fILA\fR, just queues messages (that is, does not try to send them). Defaults to eight times the number of processors online when \fBsendmail\fR starts.
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-Sets the algorithm used for sorting the queue. Only the first character of the value is used. Legal values are \fBhost\fR (to order by the name of the first host name of the first recipient), \fBfilename\fR (to order by the name of the queue file name), \fBtime\fR (to order by the submission/creation time), \fBrandom\fR (to order randomly), \fBmodification\fR (to order by the modification time of the \fBqf\fR file (older entries first)), \fBnone\fR (to not order), and \fBpriority\fR (to order by message priority). Host ordering makes better use of the connection cache, but may tend to process low priority messages that go to a single host over high priority messages that go to several hosts; it probably shouldn't be used on slow network links. Filename and modification time ordering saves the overhead of reading all of the queued items before starting the queue run. Creation (submission) time ordering is almost always a bad idea, since it allows large, bulk mail to go out before smaller, personal mail, but may have applicability on some hosts with very fast connections. Random is useful if several queue runners are started by hand which try to drain the same queue since odds are they are working on different parts of the queue at the same time. Priority ordering is the default. 
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-Sets the queue timeout to \fIrtime\fR. After this interval, messages that have not been successfully sent are returned to the sender. Defaults to five days (\fB5d\fR). The optional \fIwtime\fR is the time after which a warning message is sent. If it is missing or \fB0\fR, then no warning messages are sent.
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-
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-\fB\fBRandFile\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-File containing random data (use prefix \fBfile:\fR) or the name of the UNIX socket if EGD is used (use prefix \fBegd:\fR). Note that Solaris supports \fBrandom\fR(7D), so this does not need to be specified.
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-
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-\fB\fBRecipientFactor (y\fR\fIfact\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-The indicated factor \fIfact\fR is added to the priority (thus \fIlowering\fR the priority of the job) for each recipient, that is, this value penalizes jobs with large numbers of recipients. Defaults to \fB30000\fR.
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-
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-\fB\fBRefuseLA (X\fR\fILA\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-When the system load average exceeds \fILA\fR, refuses incoming \fBSMTP\fR connections. Defaults to 12 times the number of processors online when \fBsendmail\fR starts.
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-
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-\fB\fBRejectLogInterval\fR\fR
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-Log interval when refusing connections for this long (default: 3h).
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBResolverOptions (I)\fR\fR
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-Tunes DNS lookups.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBRetryFactor (Z\fR\fIfact\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-The indicated factor \fIfact\fR is added to the priority every time a job is processed. Thus, each time a job is processed, its priority is decreased by the indicated value. In most environments this should be positive, since hosts that are down are all too often down for a long time. Defaults to \fB90000\fR.
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-
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-\fB\fBRrtImpliesDsn\fR\fR
-.ad
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-If this option is set, a \fBReturn-Receipt-To\fR: header causes the request of a \fBDSN\fR, which is sent to the envelope sender as required by RFC 1891, not to the address given in the header.
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-
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-\fB\fBRunAsUser\fR\fR
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-If set, becomes this user when reading and delivering mail. Intended for use of firewalls where users do not have accounts.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSafeFileEnvironment\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-If set, \fBsendmail\fR does a \fBchroot\fR into this directory before writing files.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSaveFromLine (f)\fR\fR
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-Saves Unix-style \fBFrom\fR lines at the front of headers. Normally they are assumed redundant and discarded.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSendMimeErrors (j)\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If set, sends error messages in MIME format (see RFC 2045 and RFC 1344 for details). If disabled, \fBsendmail\fR does not return the DSN keyword in response to an \fBEHLO\fR and does not do Delivery Status Notification processing as described in RFC 1891.
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-
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-\fB\fBServerCertFile\fR\fR
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-File containing the cert of the server, that is, this cert is used when \fBsendmail\fR acts as server.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBServerKeyFile\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-File containing the private key belonging to the server cert.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBServiceSwitchFile\fR\fR
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-Defines the path to the service-switch file. Since the service-switch file is defined in the Solaris operating environment this option is ignored.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSevenBitInput (7)\fR\fR
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-.RS 4n
-Strips input to seven bits for compatibility with old systems. This should not be necessary.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSharedMemoryKey\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Specifies key to use for shared memory segment. If not set (or \fB0\fR), shared memory is not be used. If this option is set, \fBsendmail\fR can share some data between different instances. For example, the number of entries in a queue directory or the available space in a file system. This allows for more efficient program execution, since only one process needs to update the data instead of each individual process gathering the data each time it is required. 
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSharedMemoryKeyFile=\fR\fIfile\fR\fR
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-If \fBSharedMemoryKeyFile\fR is set to \fB-1\fR, the automatically selected shared memory key will be stored in the specified file.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSingleLineFromHeader\fR\fR
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-If set, \fBFrom:\fR lines that have embedded newlines are unwrapped onto one line.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSingleThreadDelivery\fR\fR
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-If this option and the \fBHostStatusDirectory\fR option are both set, uses single thread deliveries to other hosts.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSmtpGreetingMessage or $e\fR\fR
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-Specifies the initial SMTP greeting message.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBSoftBounce\fR\fR
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-.RS 4n
-If set, issue temporary errors (\fB4xy\fR) instead of permanent errors (\fB5xy\fR). This can be useful during testing of a new configuration to avoid erroneous bouncing of mail.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBStatusFile (S\fR\fIfile\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Logs statistics in the named \fIfile\fR. By default, this is \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.st\fR. As root, you must \fBtouch\fR(1) this file to enable \fBmailstats\fR(1).
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-
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-\fB\fBSuperSafe (s)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
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-This option can be set to \fBTrue\fR, \fBFalse\fR, \fBInteractive\fR, or \fBPostMilter\fR. If set to \fBTrue\fR, \fBsendmail\fR is set to super-safe when running things, that is, always instantiate the queue file, even if you are going to attempt immediate delivery. \fBsendmail\fR always instantiates the queue file before returning control to the client under any circumstances. This should really always be set to \fBTrue\fR. The \fBInteractive\fR value has been introduced in \fB8.12\fR and can be used together with \fBDeliveryMode=i\fR. It skips some synchronization calls which are effectively doubled in the code execution path for this mode. If set to \fBPostMilter\fR, \fBsendmail\fR defers synchronizing the queue file until any milters have signaled acceptance of the message. \fBPostMilter\fR is useful only when \fBsendmail\fR is running as an SMTP server; in all other situations it acts the same as True. 
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-
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-\fB\fBTempFileMode (F\fR\fImode\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Specifies the file mode for queue files.
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBTimeout (r\fR\fItimeouts\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-Timeout reads after time interval. The \fItimeouts\fR argument is a list of \fIkeyword=value\fR pairs. All but \fIcommand\fR apply to client \fBSMTP\fR. For backward compatibility, a timeout with no \fIkeyword\fR= part is set all of the longer values. The recognized timeouts and their default values, and their minimum values specified in RFC 1123 section 5.3.2 are:
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-\fB\fBaconnect\fR\fR
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-all connections for a single delivery attempt [0, unspecified] 
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-
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-\fB\fBcommand\fR\fR
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-command read [1h, 5m]
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-
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-\fB\fBconnect\fR\fR
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-initial connect [0, unspecified]
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-
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-\fB\fBcontrol\fR\fR
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-complete control socket transaction [2m, none]
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-
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-\fB\fBdatablock\fR\fR
-.ad
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-data block read [1h, 3m]
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBdatafinal\fR\fR
-.ad
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-reply to final \fB\&.\fR in data [1h, 10m]
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBdatainit\fR\fR
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-reply to \fBDATA\fR command [5m, 2m]
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBfileopen\fR\fR
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-file open [60sec, none]
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-
-.sp
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-\fB\fBhelo\fR\fR
-.ad
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-reply to \fBHELO\fR or \fBEHLO\fR command [5m, none]
-.RE
-
-.sp
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-\fB\fBhoststatus\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-host retry [30m, unspecified]
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBiconnect\fR\fR
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-
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-\fB\fBident\fR\fR
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-\fBIDENT\fR protocol timeout [5s, none]
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-wait for initial greeting message [5m, 5m]
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-
-.sp
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-
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-\fB\fBmail\fR\fR
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-reply to \fBMAIL\fR command [10m, 5m]
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-
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-.ne 2
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-\fB\fBmisc\fR\fR
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-reply to \fBNOOP\fR and \fBVERB\fR commands [2m, none]
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBqueuereturn\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-undeliverable message returned [5d]
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBqueuewarn\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-deferred warning [4h]
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBquit\fR\fR
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-reply to \fBQUIT\fR command [2m, none]
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-
-.sp
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-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBrcpt\fR\fR
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-reply to \fBRCPT\fR command [1h, 5m]
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBresolver.retrans\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Resolver's retransmission time interval (in seconds) [varies]. Sets both \fBTimeout.resolver.retrans.first\fR and \fBTimeout.resolver.retrans.normal\fR.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBresolver.retrans.first\fR\fR
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-Resolver's retransmission time interval (in seconds) for the first attempt to deliver a message [varies].
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
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-.na
-\fB\fBresolver.retrans.normal\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-Resolver's retransmission time interval (in seconds) for all look-ups except the first delivery attempt [varies].
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBresolver.retry\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
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-Number of times to retransmit a resolver query [varies]. Sets both \fBTimeout.resolver.retry.first\fR and \fBTimeout.resolver.retry.normal\fR.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBresolver.retry.first\fR\fR
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-Number of times to retransmit a resolver query for the first attempt to deliver a message [varies].
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-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBresolver.retry.normal\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-Number of times to retransmit a resolver query for all look-ups except the first delivery attempt [varies].
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBrset\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-reply to \fBRSET\fR command [5m, none]
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-
-.sp
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-.mk
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-\fB\fBstarttls\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-response to an \fBSMTP STARTTLS\fR command [1h]
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-
-.RE
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-\fB\fBTimeZoneSpec (t\fR\fItzinfo\fR\fB)\fR\fR
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-.sp .6
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-Sets the local time zone info to \fItzinfo\fR, for example, "PST8PDT". Actually, if this is not set, the \fBTZ\fR environment variable is cleared (so the system default is used); if set but null, the user's \fBTZ\fR variable is used, and if set and non-null, the \fBTZ\fR variable is set to this value.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBTLSSrvOptions\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If this option is '\fBV\fR', then no client verification is performed,that is, the server does not ask for a certificate.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBTrustedUser\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-The user parameter can be a user name (looked up in the passwd map) or a numeric user id. Trusted user for file ownership and starting the daemon. If set, generated alias databases and the control socket (if configured) are automatically owned by this user.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBTryNullMXList (w)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If you are the "best" (that is, lowest preference) \fBMX\fR for a given host, you should normally detect this situation and treat that condition specially, by forwarding the mail to a \fBUUCP\fR feed, treating it as local, or whatever. However, in some cases (such as Internet firewalls) you may want to try to connect directly to that host as though it had no \fBMX\fR records at all. Setting this option causes \fBsendmail\fR to try this. The downside is that errors in your configuration are likely to be diagnosed as "host unknown" or "message timed out" instead of something more meaningful. This option is deprecated.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBUnixFromLine or $l\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-The "From " line used when sending to files or programs.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBUnsafeGroupWrites\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If set, group-writable :include: and .forward files are considered "unsafe", that is, programs and files cannot be directly referenced from such files.
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-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBUseErrorsTo (l)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-If there is an \fBErrors-To\fR: header, sends error messages to the addresses listed there. They normally go to the envelope sender. Use of this option causes \fBsendmail\fR to violate \fBRFC\fR 1123. This option is not recommended and deprecated. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBUseMSP\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Uses as mail submission program, that is, allows group writable queue files if the group is the same as that of a set-group-id \fBsendmail\fR binary. 
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBUserDatabaseSpec (U)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Defines the name and location of the file containing User Database information.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBVerbose (v)\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Runs in verbose mode. If this is set, \fBsendmail\fR adjusts the \fBHoldExpensive\fR and \fBDeliveryMode\fR options so that all mail is delivered completely in a single job so that you can see the entire delivery process. The \fBVerbose\fR option should \fBnever\fR be set in the configuration file; it is intended for command line use only.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBXscriptFileBufferSize\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Sets the threshold, in bytes, before a memory-bases queue transcript file becomes disk-based. The default is 4096 bytes.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.LP
-If the first character of the user name is a vertical bar, the rest of the user name is used as the name of a program to pipe the mail to. It may be necessary to quote the name of the user to keep \fBsendmail\fR from suppressing the blanks from between arguments.
-.sp
-.LP
-If invoked as \fBnewaliases\fR, \fBsendmail\fR rebuilds the alias database, so long as the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files are owned by root \fIand\fR root has exclusive write permission. If invoked as \fBmailq\fR, \fBsendmail\fR prints the contents of the mail queue.
-.SH OPERANDS
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fIaddress\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-address of an intended recipient of the message being sent.
-.RE
-
-.SH EXIT STATUS
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsendmail\fR returns an exit status describing what it did. The codes are defined in \fB/usr/include/sysexits.h\fR.
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_OK\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Successful completion on all addresses.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_NOUSER\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-User name not recognized.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_UNAVAILABLE\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Catchall. Necessary resources were not available.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_SYNTAX\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Syntax error in address.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_SOFTWARE\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Internal software error, including bad arguments.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_OSERR\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Temporary operating system error, such as "cannot fork".
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_NOHOST\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Host name not recognized.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBEX_TEMPFAIL\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Message could not be sent immediately, but was queued.
-.RE
-
-.SH ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
-.sp
-.LP
-No environment variables are used. However, sendmail's start-up script, invoked by \fBsvcadm\fR(1M), reads \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR. In this file, if the variable \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR is set, the start-up script parses this variable and invokes \fBetrn\fR(1M) appropriately. \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR should be of the form:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-"s1:c1.1,c1.2        s2:c2.1 s3:c3.1,c3.2,c3.3"
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-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-That is, white-space separated groups of \fIserver:client\fR where \fIclient\fR can be one or more comma-separated names. The \fI:client\fR part is optional. \fIserver\fR is the name of the server to prod; a mail queue run is requested for each \fIclient\fR name. This is comparable to running:
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-.in +2
-.nf
-/usr/lib/sendmail -qR \fIclient\fR
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-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-on the host \fIserver\fR.
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBdead.letter\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Unmailable text
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Contains default settings. You can override some of the settings by command line options.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Mail aliases file (ASCII)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Database of mail aliases (binary)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.dir\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Database of mail aliases (binary)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.pag\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Database of mail aliases (binary)
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Defines environment for \fBsendmail\fR
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/submit.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Defines environment for MSP
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/trusted-users\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Lists users that are "trusted", that is, able to set their envelope from address using \fB-f\fR without generating a warning message. Note that this file is consulted by the default \fBsendmail.cf\fR, but not by the default \fBsubmit.cf\fR, in which the line referring to \fB/etc/mail/trusted-users\fR is commented out. See \fBsendmail\fR(4) for instructions on making changes to \fBsubmit.cf\fR and \fBsendmail.cf\fR.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/var/spool/clientmqueue/*\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Temporary files and queued mail
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/var/spool/mqueue/*\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Temporary files and queued mail
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB~/.forward\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-List of recipients for forwarding messages
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/usr/include/libmilter/README\fR\fR
-.ad
-.sp .6
-.RS 4n
-Describes the steps needed to compile and run a filter
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBsvcs\fR(1), \fBmail\fR(1), \fBmailq\fR(1), \fBmailx\fR(1), \fBnice\fR(1), \fBcheck-hostname\fR(1M), \fBcheck-permissions\fR(1M), \fBetrn\fR(1M), \fBnewaliases\fR(1M), \fBsvcadm\fR(1M), \fBsvccfg\fR(1M), \fBfork\fR(2), \fBgetpwnam\fR(3C), \fBgetusershell\fR(3C), \fBresolver\fR(3RESOLV), \fBaliases\fR(4), \fBhosts\fR(4), \fBsendmail\fR(4), \fBshells\fR(4), \fBattributes\fR(5), \fBsmf\fR(5), \fBrandom\fR(7D )
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBtcpd\fR(1M), \fBhosts_access\fR(4) in the \fBsecurity/tcp-wrapper\fR package.
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBRFC\fR 2821 \fISimple Mail Transfer Protocol\fR, John Klensin, April 2001.
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBRFC\fR 2822 \fIInternet Message Format\fR, Pete Resnick, April 2001.
-.sp
-.LP
-\fIsendmail, Third Edition\fR, Bryan Costales with Eric Allman\fB\fR, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., 2003.
-.sp
-.LP
-http://www.sendmail.org
-.sp
-.LP
-http://www.milter.org
-.SH NOTES
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBsendmail\fR program requires a fully qualified host name when starting. A script has been included to help verify if the host name is defined properly (see \fBcheck-hostname\fR(1M)).
-.sp
-.LP
-The permissions and the ownership of several directories have been changed in order to increase security. In particular, access to \fB/etc/mail\fR and \fB/var/spool/mqueue\fR has been restricted.
-.sp
-.LP
-Security restrictions have been placed users using \fB\&.forward\fR files to pipe mail to a program or redirect mail to a file. The default shell (as listed in \fB/etc/passwd\fR) of these users must be listed in \fB/etc/shells\fR. This restriction does not affect mail that is being redirected to another alias.
-.sp
-.LP
-Additional restrictions have been put in place on \fB\&.forward\fR and \fB:include:\fR files. These files and the directory structure that they are placed in cannot be group- or world-writable. See \fBcheck-permissions\fR(1M). 
-.sp
-.LP
-If you have interfaces that map to domains that have MX records that point to non-local destinations, you might need to enable the \fBDontProbeInterfaces\fR option to enable delivery to those destinations. In its default startup behavior, \fBsendmail\fR probes each interface and adds an interface's \fBIP\fR addresses, as well as any domains that those addresses map to, to its list of domains that are considered local. For domains thus added, being on the list of local domains is equivalent to having a 0-preference MX record, with \fBlocalhost\fR as the MX value. If this is not the result you want, enable \fBDontProbeInterfaces\fR.
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.4	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,309 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 2008, 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
-.TH sendmail 4 "28 Mar 2011" "SunOS 5.12" "File Formats"
-.SH NAME
-sendmail, sendmail.cf, submit.cf \- sendmail configuration files
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.LP
-.nf
-\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR
-.fi
-
-.LP
-.nf
-\fB/etc/mail/submit.cf\fR
-.fi
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBsendmail.cf\fR and \fBsubmit.cf\fR files are the configuration files for \fBsendmail\fR(1M). Starting with version 8.12 of \fBsendmail\fR, which was shipped with version 9 of the Solaris operating system, two configuration files are used for submission and transmission of mail, instead of only \fBsendmail.cf\fR, as before. These are:
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBsendmail.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 15n
-.rt  
-Remains the principal \fBsendmail\fR configuration file. Used for the Mail Transmission Agent (MTA).
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fBsubmit.cf\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 15n
-.rt  
-Used for the Mail Submission Program (MSP). The MSP is used to submit mail messages. Unlike the MTA, it does not run as an SMTP daemon.
-.RE
-
-.sp
-.LP
-The MSP does not require root privileges, thus the two-file model provides better security than the pre-\fBsendmail\fR 8.12 model, in which the MSP ran as a daemon and required root privileges.
-.sp
-.LP
-In the default \fBsendmail\fR configuration, \fBsendmail\fR uses \fBsubmit.cf\fR, as indicated in \fBps\fR(1) output. In \fBps\fR output, you will observe two \fBsendmail\fR invocations, such as the ones below:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-/usr/lib/sendmail -Ac -q15m
-/usr/lib/sendmail -bd -q15m
-.fi
-.in -2
-
-.sp
-.LP
-The first indicates the use of \fBsubmit.cf\fR, with the client queue (\fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR) being checked\(emand, if needed, flushed\(emevery 15 minutes. The second invocation runs \fBsendmail\fR as a daemon, waiting for incoming SMTP connections.
-.sp
-.LP
-As shipped, \fBsendmail.cf\fR and, in particular, \fBsubmit.cf\fR, are appropriate for most environments. Where a knowledgeable system administrator needs to make a change, he should use the following procedures.
-.sp
-.LP
-For \fBsendmail.cf\fR:
-.RS +4
-.TP
-1.
-Change directories to the directory that contains the source files for the configuration files.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBcd /etc/mail/cf/cf\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-2.
-Create a copy of the \fBsendmail\fR file for your system.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBcp sendmail.mc `hostname`.mc\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-3.
-Edit \fB`hostname`.mc\fR. Make changes suitable for your system and environment.
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-4.
-Run \fBmake\fR to generate the configuration file.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fB/usr/bin/make `hostname`.cf\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-5.
-Copy the newly generated file to its correct location.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBcp `hostname`.cf /etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-6.
-Restart the \fBsendmail\fR service.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBsvcadm restart sendmail\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.sp
-.LP
-You must restart \fBsendmail\fR for \fBsendmail.cf\fR file changes to take effect, as indicated in step 6. Steps 4 - 6 can be automated. See \fBAutomated Rebuilding of Configuration Files\fR below.
-.sp
-.LP
-For \fBsubmit.cf\fR:
-.RS +4
-.TP
-1.
-Change directories to the directory that contains the source files for the configuration files.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBcd /etc/mail/cf/cf\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-2.
-Create a copy of the \fBsubmit\fR file for your system.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBcp submit.mc submit-`hostname`.mc\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-3.
-Edit \fBsubmit-`hostname`.mc\fR. Make changes suitable for your system and environment.
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-4.
-Run \fBmake\fR to generate the configuration file.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fB/usr/bin/make submit-`hostname`.cf\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.RS +4
-.TP
-5.
-Copy the newly generated file to its correct location.
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-# \fBcp submit-`hostname`.cf /etc/mail/submit.cf\fR
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.RE
-.sp
-.LP
-You do not need to restart \fBsendmail\fR for changes to \fBsubmit.cf\fR to take effect. Steps 4 and 5 can be automated. See \fBAutomated Rebuilding of Configuration Files\fR below.
-.SS "Enabling Access to Remote Clients"
-.sp
-.LP
-The \fBsendmail\fR(1M) man page describes how the \fBconfig/local_only\fR property can be set to \fBtrue\fR or \fBfalse\fR to disallow or allow, respectively, access to remote clients for unmodified systems. 
-.SS "Automated Rebuilding of Configuration Files"
-.sp
-.LP
-Setting a value for the:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-path_to_sendmail_mc
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-property for the service instance:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-svc:/network/smtp:sendmail
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-and setting a value for the:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-path_to_submit_mc
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-for the service instance:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-svc:/network/sendmail-client:default
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-results  in  automated (re)building of configuration files.
-.sp
-.LP
-The value for each of these properties should be a string that represents the path name of the \fB\&.mc\fR files referred to in steps 2 and 3 of both procedures in the \fBDESCRIPTION\fR. Recommended values are:
-.sp
-.in +2
-.nf
-/etc/mail/cf/cf/`hostname`.mc
-/etc/mail/cf/cf/submit-`hostname`.mc
-.fi
-.in -2
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.LP
-Each property, if set, results in the corresponding \fB\&.mc\fR file being used to (re)build the matching \fB\&.cf\fR file when the corresponding instance/service is started. 
-.sp
-.LP
-These properties persist across upgrades and patches. To prevent a patch or upgrade from clobbering your \fB\&.cf\fR file, or renaming it to \fB\&.cf.old\fR, you can set the desired properties instead.
-.SH FILES
-.sp
-.ne 2
-.mk
-.na
-\fB\fB/etc/mail/cf/README\fR\fR
-.ad
-.RS 23n
-.rt  
-Describes \fBsendmail\fR configuration files.
-.RE
-
-.SH ATTRIBUTES
-.sp
-.LP
-See \fBattributes\fR(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
-.sp
-
-.sp
-.TS
-tab() box;
-cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
-lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
-.
-ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
-_
-Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
-_
-Interface StabilityCommitted
-.TE
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.sp
-.LP
-\fBps\fR(1), \fBsendmail\fR(1M), \fBsvcadm\fR(1M), \fBmake\fR(1S), \fBattributes\fR(5)
-.sp
-.LP
-\fISystem Administration Guide: Network Services\fR
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.5	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,309 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 2008, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH sendmail 5 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "File Formats"
+.SH NAME
+sendmail, sendmail.cf, submit.cf \- sendmail configuration files
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR
+.fi
+
+.LP
+.nf
+\fB/etc/mail/submit.cf\fR
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBsendmail.cf\fR and \fBsubmit.cf\fR files are the configuration files for \fBsendmail\fR(8). Starting with version 8.12 of \fBsendmail\fR, which was shipped with version 9 of the Solaris operating system, two configuration files are used for submission and transmission of mail, instead of only \fBsendmail.cf\fR, as before. These are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBsendmail.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 15n
+.rt  
+Remains the principal \fBsendmail\fR configuration file. Used for the Mail Transmission Agent (MTA).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBsubmit.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 15n
+.rt  
+Used for the Mail Submission Program (MSP). The MSP is used to submit mail messages. Unlike the MTA, it does not run as an SMTP daemon.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.LP
+The MSP does not require root privileges, thus the two-file model provides better security than the pre-\fBsendmail\fR 8.12 model, in which the MSP ran as a daemon and required root privileges.
+.sp
+.LP
+In the default \fBsendmail\fR configuration, \fBsendmail\fR uses \fBsubmit.cf\fR, as indicated in \fBps\fR(1) output. In \fBps\fR output, you will observe two \fBsendmail\fR invocations, such as the ones below:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+/usr/lib/sendmail -Ac -q15m
+/usr/lib/sendmail -bd -q15m
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+The first indicates the use of \fBsubmit.cf\fR, with the client queue (\fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR) being checked\(emand, if needed, flushed\(emevery 15 minutes. The second invocation runs \fBsendmail\fR as a daemon, waiting for incoming SMTP connections.
+.sp
+.LP
+As shipped, \fBsendmail.cf\fR and, in particular, \fBsubmit.cf\fR, are appropriate for most environments. Where a knowledgeable system administrator needs to make a change, he should use the following procedures.
+.sp
+.LP
+For \fBsendmail.cf\fR:
+.RS +4
+.TP
+1.
+Change directories to the directory that contains the source files for the configuration files.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBcd /etc/mail/cf/cf\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+2.
+Create a copy of the \fBsendmail\fR file for your system.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBcp sendmail.mc `hostname`.mc\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+3.
+Edit \fB`hostname`.mc\fR. Make changes suitable for your system and environment.
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+4.
+Run \fBmake\fR to generate the configuration file.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fB/usr/bin/make `hostname`.cf\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+5.
+Copy the newly generated file to its correct location.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBcp `hostname`.cf /etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+6.
+Restart the \fBsendmail\fR service.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBsvcadm restart sendmail\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.sp
+.LP
+You must restart \fBsendmail\fR for \fBsendmail.cf\fR file changes to take effect, as indicated in step 6. Steps 4 - 6 can be automated. See \fBAutomated Rebuilding of Configuration Files\fR below.
+.sp
+.LP
+For \fBsubmit.cf\fR:
+.RS +4
+.TP
+1.
+Change directories to the directory that contains the source files for the configuration files.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBcd /etc/mail/cf/cf\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+2.
+Create a copy of the \fBsubmit\fR file for your system.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBcp submit.mc submit-`hostname`.mc\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+3.
+Edit \fBsubmit-`hostname`.mc\fR. Make changes suitable for your system and environment.
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+4.
+Run \fBmake\fR to generate the configuration file.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fB/usr/bin/make submit-`hostname`.cf\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+5.
+Copy the newly generated file to its correct location.
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBcp submit-`hostname`.cf /etc/mail/submit.cf\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.RE
+.sp
+.LP
+You do not need to restart \fBsendmail\fR for changes to \fBsubmit.cf\fR to take effect. Steps 4 and 5 can be automated. See \fBAutomated Rebuilding of Configuration Files\fR below.
+.SS "Enabling Access to Remote Clients"
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBsendmail\fR(8) man page describes how the \fBconfig/local_only\fR property can be set to \fBtrue\fR or \fBfalse\fR to disallow or allow, respectively, access to remote clients for unmodified systems. 
+.SS "Automated Rebuilding of Configuration Files"
+.sp
+.LP
+Setting a value for the:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+path_to_sendmail_mc
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+property for the service instance:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+svc:/network/smtp:sendmail
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+and setting a value for the:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+path_to_submit_mc
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+for the service instance:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+svc:/network/sendmail-client:default
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+results  in  automated (re)building of configuration files.
+.sp
+.LP
+The value for each of these properties should be a string that represents the path name of the \fB\&.mc\fR files referred to in steps 2 and 3 of both procedures in the \fBDESCRIPTION\fR. Recommended values are:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+/etc/mail/cf/cf/`hostname`.mc
+/etc/mail/cf/cf/submit-`hostname`.mc
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+Each property, if set, results in the corresponding \fB\&.mc\fR file being used to (re)build the matching \fB\&.cf\fR file when the corresponding instance/service is started. 
+.sp
+.LP
+These properties persist across upgrades and patches. To prevent a patch or upgrade from clobbering your \fB\&.cf\fR file, or renaming it to \fB\&.cf.old\fR, you can set the desired properties instead.
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/cf/README\fR\fR
+.ad
+.RS 23n
+.rt  
+Describes \fBsendmail\fR configuration files.
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+_
+Interface StabilityCommitted
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBps\fR(1), \fBmake\fR(1S), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBsendmail\fR(8), \fBsvcadm\fR(8)
+.sp
+.LP
+\fISystem Administration Guide: Network Services\fR
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.8	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,3354 @@
+'\" te
+.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers. All rights reserved.
+.\" Copyright (c) 1983, 1997 Eric P. Allman. All rights reserved.
+.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
+.\" Portions Copyright (c) 1998, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+.TH sendmail 8 "8 Mar 2016" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
+.SH NAME
+sendmail \- send mail over the internet
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.LP
+.nf
+\fB/usr/lib/sendmail\fR [\fB-Ac\fR] [\fB-Am\fR] [\fB-ba\fR] [\fB-bD\fR] [\fB-bd\fR] [\fB-bi\fR] [\fB-bl\fR] 
+     [\fB-bm\fR] [\fB-bp\fR] [\fB-bP\fR] [\fB-bs\fR] [\fB-bt\fR] [\fB-bv\fR] [\fB-B\fR \fItype\fR] [\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR]
+     [\fB-D\fR \fIlogfile\fR] [\fB-d\fR \fIX\fR] [\fB-F\fR \fIfullname\fR] [\fB-f\fR \fIname\fR] [\fB-G\fR] 
+     [\fB-h\fR \fIN\fR] [\fB-L \fItag\fR\fR] [\fB-M\fR x\fIvalue\fR] [\fB-N\fR \fInotifications\fR] [\fB-n\fR] 
+     [\fB-O\fR\fIoption\fR =\fIvalue\fR] [\fB-o\fR x\fIvalue\fR] [\fB-p\fR \fIprotocol\fR] 
+     [\fB-Q\fR [\fIreason\fR]] [\fB-q\fR [\fItime\fR]] [\fB-q\fR \fIXstring\fR] [\fB-R\fR \fIret\fR] 
+     [\fB-r\fR \fIname\fR] [\fB-t\fR] [\fB-V\fR \fIenvid\fR] [\fB-v\fR] [\fB-X\fR \fIlogfile\fR] 
+     [\fIaddress\fR]...
+.fi
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBsendmail\fR utility sends a message to one or more people, routing the message over whatever networks are necessary. \fBsendmail\fR does internetwork forwarding as necessary to deliver the message to the correct place.
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBsendmail\fR is not intended as a user interface routine. Other programs provide user-friendly front ends. \fBsendmail\fR is used only to deliver pre-formatted messages.
+.sp
+.LP
+With no flags, \fBsendmail\fR reads its standard input up to an EOF, or a line with a single dot, and sends a copy of the letter found there to all of the addresses listed. It determines the network to use based on the syntax and contents of the addresses.
+.sp
+.LP
+Local addresses are looked up in the local \fBaliases\fR(5) file, or in a name service as defined by the \fBnsswitch.conf\fR(5) file, and aliased appropriately. In addition, if there is a \fB\&.forward\fR file in a recipient's home directory, \fBsendmail\fR forwards a copy of each message to the list of recipients that file contains. Refer to the \fBNOTES\fR section for more information about \fB\&.forward\fR files. Aliasing can be prevented by preceding the address with a backslash. 
+.sp
+.LP
+There are several conditions under which the expected behavior is for the alias database to be either built or rebuilt. This cannot occur under any circumstances unless root owns \fBand\fR has exclusive write permission to the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files.
+.sp
+.LP
+If a message is found to be undeliverable, it is returned to the sender with diagnostics that indicate the location and nature of the failure; or, the message is placed in a \fBdead.letter\fR file in the sender's home directory.
+.SS "Service Management"
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBsendmail\fR service is managed by the service management facility, \fBsmf\fR(7), under the service identifiers:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+svc:/network/smtp:sendmail
+svc:/network/sendmail-client:default
+ 
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+Administrative actions on these services, such as enabling, disabling, or requesting restart, can be performed using \fBsvcadm\fR(8). The services' status can be queried using the \fBsvcs\fR(1) command.
+.sp
+.LP
+These are separate services rather than instances of the same service so that other services can properly express any dependencies. In particular, here are some guidelines about which service/instance should be depended on for which purposes:
+.RS +4
+.TP
+.ie t \(bu
+.el o
+For a service that uses \fBsendmail\fR to send mail, an optional dependency on the service \fBsvc:/network/sendmail-client\fR might be in order. 
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+.ie t \(bu
+.el o
+For a service that needs to receive mail in general, but does not depend on \fBsendmail\fR being the particular SMTP receiver, a dependency on the service \fBsvc:/network/smtp\fR might be in order. 
+.RE
+.RS +4
+.TP
+.ie t \(bu
+.el o
+For a service that needs to interact with sendmail in particular, such as a \fBMilter\fR, a dependency on the instance \fBsvc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR might be in order. 
+.RE
+.sp
+.LP
+For the last two, note the difference, as the latter has the \fB":sendmail"\fR instance specification, whereas the former does not, thus representing the more general service.
+.SS "Enabling Access to Remote Clients"
+.sp
+.LP
+On an unmodified system, access to \fBsendmail\fR by remote clients is enabled and disabled through the service management facility (see \fBsmf\fR(7)). In particular, remote access is determined by the value of the \fBlocal_only\fR SMF property:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+svc:/network/smtp:sendmail/config/local_only = true
+.fi
+.in -2
+
+.sp
+.LP
+A setting of \fBtrue\fR, as above, disallows remote access; \fBfalse\fR allows remote access. The default value is \fBtrue\fR.
+.sp
+.LP
+The following example shows the sequence of SMF commands used to enable \fBsendmail\fR to allow access to remote systems:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+# \fBsvccfg -s svc:/network/smtp:sendmail setprop config/local_only = false\fR
+# \fBsvcadm refresh svc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR
+# \fBsvcadm restart svc:/network/smtp:sendmail\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBsvcadm\fR(8) and \fBsvccfg\fR(8).
+.sp
+.LP
+Note, however, on a system where any of the \fBsendmail\fR(5) files have been customized, setting this property might not have the intended effect. See \fBsendmail\fR(5) for details.
+.SS "Automated Rebuilding of Configuration Files"
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBsendmail\fR(5) for details on which service properties can be set to automate (re)building of configuration files when the service is started.
+.SS "Restricting Host Access"
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBsendmail\fR uses TCP Wrappers to restrict access to hosts. It uses the service name of \fBsendmail\fR for \fBhosts_access()\fR. For more information on TCP Wrappers, see \fBtcpd\fR(8) and \fBhosts_access\fR(5) in the \fBsecurity/tcp-wrapper\fR package. \fBtcpd\fR(8) and \fBhosts_access\fR(5) are not part of the Solaris man pages.
+.SS "Startup Options"
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR file stores startup options for \fBsendmail\fR so that the options are not removed when a host is upgraded. See also \fBsendmail\fR(5) for details on which service properties can be set to automate (re)building of configuration files when the service is started.
+.sp
+.LP
+You can use the following variables in the \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR startup file:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBCLIENTOPTIONS=\fIstring\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Selects additional options to be used with the client daemon, which looks in the client-only queue (\fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR) and acts as a client queue runner. No syntax checking is done, so be careful when making changes to this variable.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBCLIENTQUEUEINTERVAL=\fI#\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Similar to the \fBQUEUEINTERVAL\fR option, \fBCLIENTQUEUEINTERVAL\fR sets the time interval for mail queue runs. However, the \fBCLIENTQUEUEINTERVAL\fR option controls the functions of the client daemon, instead of the functions of the master daemon. Typically, the master daemon is able to deliver all messages to the SMTP port. However, if the message load is too high or the master daemon is not running, then messages go into the client-only queue, \fB/var/spool/clientmqueue\fR. The client daemon, which checks in the client-only queue, then acts as a client queue processor.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBETRN_HOSTS=\fIstring\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Enables an SMTP client and server to interact immediately without waiting for the queue run intervals, which are periodic. The server can immediately deliver the portion of its queue that goes to the specified hosts. For more information, refer to the \fBetrn\fR(8) man page.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBMODE=-bd\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Selects the mode to start \fBsendmail\fR with. Use the \fB-bd\fR option or leave it undefined.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBOPTIONS=\fIstring\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Selects additional options to be used with the master daemon. No syntax checking is done, so be careful when making changes to this variable.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBQUEUEINTERVAL=\fI#\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the interval for mail queue runs on the master daemon. \fI#\fR can be a positive integer that is followed by either \fBs\fR for seconds, \fBm\fR for minutes, \fBh\fR for hours, \fBd\fR for days, or \fBw\fR for weeks. The syntax is checked before \fBsendmail\fR is started. If the interval is negative or if the entry does not end with an appropriate letter, the interval is ignored and \fBsendmail\fR starts with a queue interval of 15 minutes.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fBQUEUEOPTIONS=p\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Enables one persistent queue runner that sleeps between queue run intervals, instead of a new queue runner for each queue run interval. You can set this option to \fBp\fR, which is the only setting available. Otherwise, this option is not set.
+.RE
+
+.SS "Mail Filter API"
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBsendmail\fR supports a mail filter API called "milter". For more information, see \fB/usr/include/libmilter/README\fR and http://www.milter.org
+.SH OPTIONS
+.sp
+.LP
+The following options are supported:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-Ac\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses \fBsubmit.cf\fR even if the operation mode does not indicate an initial mail submission.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-Am\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses \fBsendmail.cf\fR even if the operation mode indicates an initial mail submission.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-ba\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Goes into \fBARPANET\fR mode. All input lines must end with a RETURN-LINEFEED, and all messages are generated with a RETURN-LINEFEED at the end. Also, the \fBFrom:\fR and \fBSender:\fR fields are examined for the name of the sender.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bd\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Runs as a daemon in the background, waiting for incoming SMTP connections.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bD\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Runs as a daemon in the foreground, waiting for incoming SMTP connections.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bi\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Initializes the \fBaliases\fR(5) database. Root must own \fIand\fR have exclusive write permission to the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files for successful use of this option.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bl\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Runs as a daemon (like \fB-bd\fR) but accepts only loopback SMTP connections.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bm\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Delivers mail in the usual way (default).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bp\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Prints a summary of the mail queues.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bP\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Prints the number of entries in the queues. This option is only available with shared memory support.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bs\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses the SMTP protocol as described in RFC 2821. This flag implies all the operations of the \fB-ba\fR flag that are compatible with \fBSMTP\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bt\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Runs in address test mode. This mode reads addresses and shows the steps in parsing; it is used for debugging configuration tables.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-bv\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Verifies names only. Does not try to collect or deliver a message. Verify mode is normally used for validating users or mailing lists.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-B\fR \fItype\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Indicates body \fItype\fR (\fB7BIT\fR or \fB8BITMIME\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-C\fR \fIfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses alternate configuration file.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-D\fR \fIlogfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Send debugging output to the indicated log file instead of \fBstdout\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-d\fR \fIX\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets debugging value to \fIX\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-f\fR \fIname\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the name of the "from" person (that is, the sender of the mail).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-F\fR \fIfullname\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the full name of the sender.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-G\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+When accepting messages by way of the command line, indicates that they are for relay (gateway) submission. When this flag is set, \fBsendmail\fR might complain about syntactically invalid messages, for example, unqualified host names, rather than fixing them. \fBsendmail\fR does not do any canonicalization in this mode.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-h\fR \fIN\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the hop count to \fIN\fR. The hop count is incremented every time the mail is processed. When it reaches a limit, the mail is returned with an error message, the victim of an aliasing loop.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-L\fR \fItag\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the identifier used in \fBsyslog\fR messages to the supplied \fItag\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-M\fR\fIxvalue\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets macro \fIx\fR to the specified \fIvalue\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-n\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Does not do aliasing.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-N\fR \fInotifications\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Tags all addresses being sent as wanting the indicated \fInotifications\fR, which consists of the word "NEVER" or a comma-separated list of "SUCCESS", "FAILURE", and "DELAY" for successful delivery, failure and a message that is stuck in a queue somwhere. The default is "FAILURE,DELAY".
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-o\fR\fIxvalue\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets option \fIx\fR to the specified \fIvalue\fR. \fBProcessing\fR \fBOptions\fR are described below.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-O\fR\fIoption=value\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets \fIoption\fR to the specified \fIvalue\fR (for long from names). \fBProcessing\fR \fBOptions\fR are described below.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-p\fR \fIprotocol\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the sending protocol. The \fIprotocol\fR field can be in form \fIprotocol\fR\fB:\fR\fIhost\fR to set both the sending protocol and the sending host. For example: \fB-pUUCP:uunet\fR sets the sending \fIprotocol\fR to \fBUUCP\fR and the sending host to \fBuunet\fR. Some existing programs use \fB-oM\fR to set the \fIr\fR and \fIs\fR macros; this is equivalent to using \fB-p\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-q\fR[\fItime\fR]\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Processes saved messages in the queue at given intervals. If \fItime\fR is omitted, processes the queue once. \fItime\fR is given as a tagged number, where \fIs\fR is seconds, \fIm\fR is minutes, \fIh\fR is hours, \fId\fR is days, and \fIw\fR is weeks. For example, \fB-q1h30m\fR or \fB-q90m\fR would both set the timeout to one hour thirty minutes.
+.sp
+By default, sendmail runs in the background. This option can be used safely with \fB-bd\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-qp[\fR\fItime\fR\fB-]\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Similar to \fB-q\fR[\fItime\fR], except that instead of periodically forking a child to process the queue, \fBsendmail\fR forks a single persistent child for each queue that alternates between processing the queue and sleeping. The sleep time (\fItime\fR) is specified as the argument; it defaults to \fB1\fR second. The process always sleeps at least \fB5\fR seconds if the queue was empty in the previous queue run. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-qf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Processes saved messages in the queue once and does not \fBfork\fR(2), but runs in the foreground. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-qG\fR \fIname\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Processes jobs in queue group called \fIname\fR only. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-q[!]I\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Limits processed jobs to those containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of the queue \fBID\fR or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-q[!]Q\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Limits processed jobs to those quarantined jobs containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of the quarantine \fIreason\fR or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-q[!]R\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Limits processed jobs to those containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of one of the recipients or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-q[!]S\fR \fIsubstr\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Limits processed jobs to those containing \fIsubstr\fR as a substring of the sender or not when \fB!\fR is specified. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-Q\fR[\fIreason\fR]\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Quarantines a normal queue item with the given reason or unquarantines a quarantined queue item if no reason is given. This should only be used with some sort of item matching as described above.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-r\fR \fIname\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+An alternate and obsolete form of the \fB-f\fR flag.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-R\fR \fIret\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Identifies the information you want returned if the message bounces. \fIret\fR can be \fBHDRS\fR for headers only or \fBFULL\fR for headers plus body.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-t\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Reads message for recipients. \fBTo:\fR,\fBCc:\fR, and \fBBcc:\fR lines are scanned for people to send to. The \fBBcc:\fR line is deleted before transmission. Any addresses in the argument list is suppressed. The \fBNoRecipientAction\fR Processing Option can be used to change the behavior when no legal recipients are included in the message.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-v\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Goes into verbose mode. Alias expansions are announced, and so forth.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-V\fR \fIenvid\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The indicated \fIenvid\fR is passed with the envelope of the message and returned if the message bounces.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB-X\fR \fIlogfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Logs all traffic in and out of \fBsendmail\fR in the indicated \fIlogfile\fR for debugging mailer problems. This produces a lot of data very quickly and should be used sparingly.
+.RE
+
+.SS "Processing Options"
+.sp
+.LP
+There are a number of "random" options that can be set from a configuration file. Options are represented by a single character or by multiple character names. The syntax for the single character names of is:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fBO\fR\fIxvalue\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+This sets option \fIx\fR to be \fIvalue\fR. Depending on the option, \fIvalue\fR may be a string, an integer, a boolean (with legal values \fBt\fR, \fBT\fR, \fBf\fR, or \fBF\fR; the default is \fBTRUE\fR), or a time interval.
+.sp
+.LP
+The multiple character or long names use this syntax:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+\fBO\fR \fILongname=argument\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+This sets the option \fILongname\fR to be \fIargument\fR. The long names are beneficial because they are easier to interpret than the single character names.
+.sp
+.LP
+Not all processing options have single character names associated with them. In the list below, the multiple character name is presented first followed by the single character syntax enclosed in parentheses. 
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBAliasFile (A\fR\fIfile\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies possible alias files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBAliasWait (a\fR \fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, waits up to \fIN\fR minutes for an "@:@" entry to exist in the \fBaliases\fR(5) database before starting up. If it does not appear in \fIN\fR minutes, issues a warning. Defaults to 10 minutes.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBAllowBogusHELO\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Allows a \fBHELO SMTP\fR command that does not include a host name. By default this option is disabled.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBBadRcptThrottle=\fR\fIN\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set and more than the specified number of recipients in a single \fBSMTP\fR envelope are rejected, sleeps for one second after each rejected RCPT command. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBBlankSub (B\fR\fIc\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the blank substitution character to \fIc\fR. Unquoted spaces in addresses are replaced by this character. Defaults to SPACE (that is, no change is made).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBCACertFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing one CA cert.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBCACertPath\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Path to directory with certs of CAs.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBCheckAliases (n)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Validates the RHS of aliases when rebuilding the \fBaliases\fR(5) database.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBCheckpointInterval (C\fR\fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Checkpoints the queue every \fIN\fR (default \fB10\fR) addresses sent. If your system crashes during delivery to a large list, this prevents retransmission to any but the last \fIN\fR recipients.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBClassFactor (z\fR\fIfact\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The indicated factor \fIfact\fR is multiplied by the message class (determined by the \fBPrecedence:\fR field in the user header and the \fBP\fR lines in the configuration file) and subtracted from the priority. Thus, messages with a higher \fBPriority:\fR are favored. Defaults to \fB1800\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBClientCertFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing the cert of the client, that is, this cert is used when \fBsendmail\fR acts as client.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBClientKeyFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing the private key belonging to the client cert.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBClientPortOptions\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets client \fBSMTP\fR options. The options are key=value pairs. Known keys are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBAddr\fR \fIAddress Mask\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+\fIAddress Mask\fR defaults to \fBINADDR_ANY\fR. The address mask can be a numeric address in dot notation or a network name.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBFamily\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Address family (defaults to INET).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBListen\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Size of listen queue (defaults to 10).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBPort\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Name/number of listening port (defaults to \fBsmtp\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRcvBufSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The size of the TCP/IP receive buffer.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSndBufSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The size of the TCP/IP send buffer.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBModifier\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Options (flags) for the daemon. Can be:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBh\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses name of interface for \fBHELO\fR command.
+.RE
+
+If \fBh\fR is set, the name corresponding to the outgoing interface address (whether chosen by means of the \fBConnection\fR parameter or the default) is used for the \fBHELO\fR/\fBEHLO\fR command.
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBColonOkInAddr\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, colons are treated as a regular character in addresses. If not set, they are treated as the introducer to the RFC 822 "group" syntax. This option is on for version 5 and lower configuration files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBConnectionCacheSize (k\fR\fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The maximum number of open connections that are to be cached at a time. The default is \fB1\fR. This delays closing the current connection until either this invocation of \fBsendmail\fR needs to connect to another host or it terminates. Setting it to \fB0\fR defaults to the old behavior, that is, connections are closed immediately.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBConnectionCacheTimeout (K\fR\fItimeout\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The maximum amount of time a cached connection is permitted to idle without activity. If this time is exceeded, the connection is immediately closed. This value should be small (on the order of ten minutes). Before \fBsendmail\fR uses a cached connection, it always sends a \fBNOOP\fR (no operation) command to check the connection. If the \fBNOOP\fR command fails, it reopens the connection. This keeps your end from failing if the other end times out. The point of this option is to be a good network neighbor and avoid using up excessive resources on the other end. The default is five minutes.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBConnectionRateThrottle\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The maximum number of connections permitted per second. After this many connections are accepted, further connections are delayed. If not set or <= 0, there is no limit.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBConnectionRateWindowSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Define the length of the interval for which the number of incoming connections is maintained. The default is 60 seconds.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBControlSocketName\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Name of the control socket for daemon management. A running \fBsendmail\fR daemon can be controlled through this Unix domain socket. Available commands are: \fBhelp\fR, \fBrestart\fR, \fBshutdown\fR, and \fBstatus\fR. The \fBstatus\fR command returns the current number of daemon children, the free disk space (in blocks) of the queue directory, and the load average of the machine expressed as an integer. If not set, no control socket is available. For the sake of security, this Unix domain socket must be in a directory which is accessible only by root; \fB/var/spool/mqueue/.smcontrol\fR is recommended for the socket name.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBCRLFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing certificate revocation status, useful for X.509v3 authentication.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDaemonPortOptions (O\fR\fIoptions\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets server SMTP options. The options are \fIkey=value\fR pairs. Known keys are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBName\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+User-definable name for the daemon (defaults to "\fBDaemon#\fR"). Used for error messages and logging.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBAddr\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Address mask (defaults \fBINADDR_ANY)\fR.
+.sp
+The address mask may be a numeric address in dot notation or a network name.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBFamily\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Address family (defaults to \fBINET).\fR
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBInputMailFilters\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+List of input mail filters for the daemon.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBListen\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Size of listen queue (defaults to \fB10\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBModifier\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Options (flags) for the daemon; can be a sequence (without any delimiters) of:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBa\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Requires authentication.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBb\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Binds to interface through which mail has been received.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBc\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Performs hostname canonification (\fB\&.cf\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Requires fully qualified hostname (\fB\&.cf\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBh\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses name of interface for \fBHELO\fR command.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBu\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Allows unqualified addresses (\fB\&.cf\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBC\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Does not perform hostname canonification.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBE\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Disallows \fBETRN\fR (see \fBRFC\fR 2476).
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBName\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+User-definable name for the daemon (defaults to \fBDaemon#\fR). Used for error messages and logging.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBPort\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Name/number of listening port (defaults to \fBsmtp\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBReceiveSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The size of the TCP/IP receive buffer.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSendSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The size of the TCP/IP send buffer.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBchildren\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Maximum number of children per daemon. See \fBMaxDaemonChildren\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDeliveryMode\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Delivery mode per daemon. See \fBDeliveryMode\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBrefuseLA\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+\fBRefuseLA\fR per daemon.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdelayLA\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+\fBDelayLA\fR per daemon.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBqueueLA\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+\fBQueueLA\fR per daemon.
+.RE
+
+\fBsendmail\fR listens on a new socket for each occurrence of the \fBDaemonPortOptions\fR option in a configuration file.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDataFileBufferSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the threshold, in bytes, before a memory-bases queue data file becomes disk-based. The default is 4096 bytes.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDeadLetterDrop\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defines the location of the system-wide dead.letter file, formerly hard-coded to \fB/var/tmp/dead.letter\fR. If this option is not set (the default), \fBsendmail\fR does not attempt to save to a system-wide \fBdead.letter\fR file in the event it cannot bounce the mail to the user or postmaster. Instead, it renames the \fBqf\fR file as it has in the past when the \fBdead.letter\fR file could not be opened.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDefaultCharSet\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the default character set to use when converting unlabeled 8 bit input to MIME.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDefaultUser (g\fR\fIgid\fR\fB) or (u\fR\fIuid\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the default group ID for mailers to run in to \fIgid\fR or set the default userid for mailers to \fIuid\fR. Defaults to \fB1\fR. The value can also be given as a symbolic group or user name.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDelayLA=\fR\fILA\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+When the system load average exceeds \fILA\fR, \fBsendmail\fR sleeps for one second on most SMTP commands and before accepting connections. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDeliverByMin=\fR\fItime\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets minimum time for \fBDeliver By SMTP Service Extension\fR (RFC 2852). If \fB0\fR, no time is listed, if less than \fB0\fR, the extension is not offered, if greater than \fB0\fR, it is listed as minimum time for the \fBEHLO\fR keyword \fBDELIVERBY\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDeliveryMode (d\fR\fIx\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Delivers in mode \fIx\fR. Legal modes are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBi\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Delivers interactively (synchronously).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBb\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Delivers in background (asynchronously).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBd\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Deferred mode. Database lookups are deferred until the actual queue run.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBq\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Just queues the message (delivers during queue run).
+.RE
+
+Defaults to \fBb\fR if no option is specified, \fBi\fR if it is specified but given no argument (that is, \fBOd\fR is equivalent to \fBOdi\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDHParameters\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing the DH parameters.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDialDelay\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If a connection fails, waits this many seconds and tries again. Zero means "do not retry".
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDontBlameSendmail\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, overrides the file safety checks. This compromises system security and should not be used. See http://www.sendmail.org/tips/dontBlameSendmail for more information.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDontExpandCnames\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, $[ ... $] lookups that do DNS-based lookups do not expand CNAME records.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDontInitGroups\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, the \fBinitgroups\fR(3C) routine is never invoked. If you set this, agents run on behalf of users only have their primary (\fB/etc/passwd\fR) group permissions.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDontProbeInterfaces\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, \fBsendmail\fR does not insert the names and addresses of any local interfaces into the \fB$=w class\fR. If set, you must also include support for these addresses, otherwise mail to addresses in this list bounces with a configuration error.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDontPruneRoutes (R)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, does not prune route-addr syntax addresses to the minimum possible.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBDoubleBounceAddress\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If an error occurs when sending an error message, sends that "double bounce" error message to this address.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEightBitMode (8)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses 8-bit data handling. This option requires one of the following keys. The key can selected by using just the first character, but using the full word is better for clarity.
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBmimify\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Does any necessary conversion of \fB8BITMIME\fR to 7-bit.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBpass\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Passes unlabeled 8-bit input through as is.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBstrict\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Rejects unlabeled 8-bit input.
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBErrorHeader (E\fR\fIfile/message\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Appends error messages with the indicated message. If it begins with a slash, it is assumed to be the pathname of a file containing a message (this is the recommended setting). Otherwise, it is a literal message. The error file might contain the name, email address, and/or phone number of a local postmaster who could provide assistance to end users. If the option is missing or \fINULL\fR, or if it names a file which does not exist or which is not readable, no message is printed.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBErrorMode (e\fR\fIx\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Disposes of errors using mode \fIx\fR. The values for \fIx\fR are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBe\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Mails back errors and gives \fB0\fR exit status always.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBm\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Mails back errors.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBp\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Prints error messages (default).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBq\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+No messages, just gives exit status.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBw\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Writes back errors (mail if user not logged in).
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBFallbackMXhost (V\fR\fIfallbackhost\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If specified, the \fIfallbackhost\fR acts like a very low priority MX on every host. This is intended to be used by sites with poor network connectivity.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBFallBackSmartHost\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If specified, the \fIfallBackSmartHost\fR is used in a last-ditch effort for each host. This is intended to be used by sites with "fake internal DNS". That is, a company whose DNS accurately reflects the world inside that company's domain but not outside.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBFastSplit\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set to a value greater than zero (the default is one), it suppresses the MX lookups on addresses when they are initially sorted, that is, for the first delivery attempt. This usually results in faster envelope splitting unless the MX records are readily available in a local DNS cache. To enforce initial sorting based on MX records set \fBFastSplit\fR to zero. If the mail is submitted directly from the command line, then the value also limits the number of processes to deliver the envelopes; if more envelopes are created they are only queued up and must be taken care of by a queue run. Since the default submission method is by way of SMTP (either from a MUA or by way of the Message Submission Program [MSP]), the value of \fBFastSplit\fR is seldom used to limit the number of processes to deliver the envelopes. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBForkEachJob (Y)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, delivers each job that is run from the queue in a separate process. Use this option if you are short of memory, since the default tends to consume considerable amounts of memory while the queue is being processed.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBForwardPath (J\fR\fIpath\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the path for searching for users' \fB\&.forward\fR files. The default is \fB$z/.forward\fR. Some sites that use the automounter may prefer to change this to \fB/var/forward/$u\fR to search a file with the same name as the user in a system directory. It can also be set to a sequence of paths separated by colons; \fBsendmail\fR stops at the first file it can successfully and safely open. For example, \fB/var/forward/$u:$z/.forward\fR searches first in \fB/var/forward/\fR \fIusername\fR and then in \fB~\fR\fIusername\fR\fB/.forward\fR (but only if the first file does not exist). Refer to the NOTES section for more information.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBHeloName=\fIname\fR\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the name to be used for \fBHELO\fR/\fBEHLO\fR (instead of \fB$j\fR).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBHelpFile (H\fR\fIfile\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the help file for SMTP.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBHoldExpensive (c)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If an outgoing mailer is marked as being expensive, does not connect immediately.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBHostsFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the file to use when doing "file" type access of host names.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBHostStatusDirectory\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, host status is kept on disk between \fBsendmail\fR runs in the named directory tree. If a full path is not used, then the path is interpreted relative to the queue directory.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBIgnoreDots (i)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Ignores dots in incoming messages. This is always disabled (that is, dots are always accepted) when reading \fBSMTP\fR mail.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBLogLevel (L\fR\fIn\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the default log level to \fIn\fR. Defaults to \fB9\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB(M\fR\fIx\|value\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the macro \fIx\fR to \fIvalue\fR. This is intended only for use from the command line.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMailboxDatabase\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Type of lookup to find information about local mail boxes, defaults to \fBpw\fR which uses \fBgetpwnam\fR(3C). Other types can be introduced by adding them to the source code, see \fBlibsm/mbdb.c\fR for details.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMatchGECOS (G)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Tries to match recipient names using the GECOS field. This allows for mail to be delivered using names defined in the GECOS field in \fB/etc/passwd\fR as well as the login name.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxDaemonChildren\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The maximum number of children the daemon permits. After this number, connections are rejected. If not set or <=0, there is no limit.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxHopCount (h\fR\fIN\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The maximum hop count. Messages that have been processed more than \fIN\fR times are assumed to be in a loop and are rejected. Defaults to \fB25\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxMessageSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The maximum size of messages that are accepted (in bytes).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxMimeHeaderLength=\fR\fIM\fR\fB[/\fR\fIN\fR\fB]\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the maximum length of certain MIME header field values to \fIM\fR characters. For some of these headers which take parameters, the maximum length of each parameter is set to \fIN\fR if specified. If \fB/\fR\fIN\fR is not specified, one half of \fIM\fR is used. By default, these values are \fB0\fR, meaning no checks are done.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxNOOPCommands=\fR\fIN\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Overrides the default of 20 for the number of useless commands.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxQueueChildren=\fR\fIN\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+When set, this limits the number of concurrent queue runner processes to \fIN\fR. This helps to control the amount of system resources used when processing the queue. When there are multiple queue groups defined and the total number of queue runners for these queue groups would exceed \fBMaxQueueChildren\fR then the queue groups are not all run concurrently. That is, some portion of the queue groups run concurrently such that \fBMaxQueueChildren\fR is not be exceeded, while the remaining queue groups are run later (in round robin order). See \fBMaxRunnersPerQueue\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxQueueRunSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, limits the maximum size of any given queue run to this number of entries. This stops reading the queue directory after this number of entries is reached; job priority is not used. If not set, there is no limit.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxRunnersPerQueue=\fR\fIN\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+This sets the default maximum number of queue runners for queue groups. Up to \fIN\fR queue runners work in parallel on a queue group's messages. This is useful where the processing of a message in the queue might delay the processing of subsequent messages. Such a delay can be the result of non-erroneous situations such as a low bandwidth connection. The can be overridden on a per queue group basis by setting the \fBRunners\fR option. The default is \fB1\fR when not set.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMeToo (m)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sends to me too, even if I am in an alias expansion.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMaxRecipientsPerMessage\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, allows no more than the specified number of recipients in an SMTP envelope. Further recipients receive a 452 error code and are deferred for the next delivery attempt.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMinFreeBlocks (b\fR\fIN/M\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Insists on at least \fIN\fR blocks free on the file system that holds the queue files before accepting email by way of SMTP. If there is insufficient space, \fBsendmail\fR gives a \fB452\fR response to the \fBMAIL\fR command. This invites the sender to try again later. The optional \fIM\fR is a maximum message size advertised in the \fBESMTP\fR \fBEHLO\fR response. It is currently otherwise unused.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMinQueueAge\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the amount of time a job must sit in the queue between queue runs. This allows you to set the queue run interval low for better responsiveness without trying all jobs in each run. The default value is 0.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBMustQuoteChars\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the characters to be quoted in a full name phrase. \fB&,;:\e()[]\fR are quoted automatically.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBNiceQueueRun\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the priority of queue runners. See \fBnice\fR(1).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBNoRecipientAction\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets action if there are no legal recipient files in the message. The legal values are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBadd-apparently-to\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Adds an \fBApparently-to:\fR header with all the known recipients (which may expose blind recipients).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBadd-bcc\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Adds an empty \fBBcc:\fR header.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBadd-to\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Adds a \fBTo:\fR header with all the known recipients (which may expose blind recipients).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBadd-to-undisclosed\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Adds a \fBTo: undisclosed-recipients:\fR header.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnone\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Does nothing, that is, leaves the message as it is.
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBOldStyleHeaders (o)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Assumes that the headers may be in old format, that is, spaces delimit names. This actually turns on an adaptive algorithm: if any recipient address contains a comma, parenthesis, or angle bracket, it is assumed that commas already exist. If this flag is not on, only commas delimit names. Headers are always output with commas between the names.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBOperatorChars or $o\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defines the list of characters that can be used to separate the components of an address into tokens.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBPidFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the filename of the \fBpid\fR file. The default is \fB/var/run/sendmail.pid\fR. The filename is macro-expanded before it is opened, and unlinked when \fBsendmail\fR exits.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBPostmasterCopy (P\fR\fIpostmaster\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, copies of error messages are sent to the named \fIpostmaster\fR. Only the header of the failed message is sent. Since most errors are user problems, this is probably not a good idea on large sites, and arguably contains all sorts of privacy violations, but it seems to be popular with certain operating systems vendors.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBPrivacyOptions (p\fR\fIopt,opt,...\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets privacy options. Privacy is really a misnomer; many of these options are just a way of insisting on stricter adherence to the SMTP protocol.
+.sp
+The \fBgoaway\fR pseudo-flag sets all flags except \fBnoreceipts\fR, \fBrestrictmailq\fR, \fBrestrictqrun\fR, \fBrestrictexpand\fR, \fBnoetrn\fR, and \fBnobodyreturn\fR. If \fBmailq\fR is restricted, only people in the same group as the queue directory can print the queue. If queue runs are restricted, only root and the owner of the queue directory can run the queue. The \fBrestrict-expand\fR pseudo-flag instructs sendmail to drop privileges when the -bv option is given by users who are neither root nor the \fBTrustedUser\fR so users cannot read private aliases, forwards, or \fB:include:\fR files. It adds the \fBNonRootSafeAddr\fR to the "DontBlame-Sendmail" option to prevent misleading unsafe address warnings. It also overrides the \fB-v\fR (verbose) command line option to prevent information leakage. Authentication Warnings add warnings about various conditions that may indicate attempts to fool the mail system, such as using an non-standard queue directory.
+.sp
+The options can be selected from:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBauthwarnings\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Puts \fBX-Authentication-Warning:\fR headers in messages.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBgoaway\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Disallows essentially all SMTP status queries.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBneedexpnhelo\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Insists on \fBHELO\fR or \fBEHLO\fR command before \fBEXPN\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBneedmailhelo\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Insists on \fBHELO\fR or \fBEHLO\fR command before \fBMAIL\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBneedvrfyhelo\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Insists on \fBHELO\fR or \fBEHLO\fR command before \fBVRFY\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnoactualrecipient\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Do not put an X-Actual-Recipient line in a DNS that reveals the actual account to which an address is mapped.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnoetrn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Disallows \fBETRN\fR entirely.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnoexpn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Disallows \fBEXPN\fR entirely.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnoreceipts\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Prevents return receipts.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnobodyreturn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Does not return the body of a message with DSNs.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBnovrfy\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Disallows \fBVRFY\fR entirely.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBpublic\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Allows open access.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBre\fR\fB\fR\fBstrictexpand\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Restricts \fB-bv\fR and \fB-v\fR command line flags.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBrestrictmailq\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Restricts \fBmailq\fR command.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBrestrictqrun\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Restricts \fB-q\fR command line flag.
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBProcessTitlePrefix \fIstring\fR\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Prefixes the process title shown on "\fB/usr/bin/ps auxww\fR" listings with \fIstring\fR. The string is macro processed.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBQueueDirectory (Q\fR\fIdir\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses the named \fIdir\fR as the queue directory.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBQueueFactor (q\fR\fIfactor\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses \fIfactor\fR as the multiplier in the map function to decide when to just queue up jobs rather than run them. This value is divided by the difference between the current load average and the load average limit (\fBx\fR flag) to determine the maximum message priority to be sent. Defaults to \fB600000\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBQueueFileMode=\fR\fImode\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defaults permissions for queue files (octal). If not set, \fBsendmail\fR uses \fB0600\fR unless its real and effective \fBuid\fR are different in which case it uses \fB0644\fR. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBQueueLA (x\fR\fILA\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+When the system load average exceeds \fILA\fR, just queues messages (that is, does not try to send them). Defaults to eight times the number of processors online when \fBsendmail\fR starts.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBQueueSortOrder=\fR\fIalgorithm\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the algorithm used for sorting the queue. Only the first character of the value is used. Legal values are \fBhost\fR (to order by the name of the first host name of the first recipient), \fBfilename\fR (to order by the name of the queue file name), \fBtime\fR (to order by the submission/creation time), \fBrandom\fR (to order randomly), \fBmodification\fR (to order by the modification time of the \fBqf\fR file (older entries first)), \fBnone\fR (to not order), and \fBpriority\fR (to order by message priority). Host ordering makes better use of the connection cache, but may tend to process low priority messages that go to a single host over high priority messages that go to several hosts; it probably shouldn't be used on slow network links. Filename and modification time ordering saves the overhead of reading all of the queued items before starting the queue run. Creation (submission) time ordering is almost always a bad idea, since it allows large, bulk mail to go out before smaller, personal mail, but may have applicability on some hosts with very fast connections. Random is useful if several queue runners are started by hand which try to drain the same queue since odds are they are working on different parts of the queue at the same time. Priority ordering is the default. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBQueueTimeout (T\fR\fIrtime\fR\fB/\fR\fIwtime\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the queue timeout to \fIrtime\fR. After this interval, messages that have not been successfully sent are returned to the sender. Defaults to five days (\fB5d\fR). The optional \fIwtime\fR is the time after which a warning message is sent. If it is missing or \fB0\fR, then no warning messages are sent.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRandFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing random data (use prefix \fBfile:\fR) or the name of the UNIX socket if EGD is used (use prefix \fBegd:\fR). Note that Solaris supports \fBrandom\fR(7D), so this does not need to be specified.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRecipientFactor (y\fR\fIfact\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The indicated factor \fIfact\fR is added to the priority (thus \fIlowering\fR the priority of the job) for each recipient, that is, this value penalizes jobs with large numbers of recipients. Defaults to \fB30000\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRefuseLA (X\fR\fILA\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+When the system load average exceeds \fILA\fR, refuses incoming \fBSMTP\fR connections. Defaults to 12 times the number of processors online when \fBsendmail\fR starts.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRejectLogInterval\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Log interval when refusing connections for this long (default: 3h).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBResolverOptions (I)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Tunes DNS lookups.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRetryFactor (Z\fR\fIfact\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The indicated factor \fIfact\fR is added to the priority every time a job is processed. Thus, each time a job is processed, its priority is decreased by the indicated value. In most environments this should be positive, since hosts that are down are all too often down for a long time. Defaults to \fB90000\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRrtImpliesDsn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If this option is set, a \fBReturn-Receipt-To\fR: header causes the request of a \fBDSN\fR, which is sent to the envelope sender as required by RFC 1891, not to the address given in the header.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBRunAsUser\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, becomes this user when reading and delivering mail. Intended for use of firewalls where users do not have accounts.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSafeFileEnvironment\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, \fBsendmail\fR does a \fBchroot\fR into this directory before writing files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSaveFromLine (f)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Saves Unix-style \fBFrom\fR lines at the front of headers. Normally they are assumed redundant and discarded.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSendMimeErrors (j)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, sends error messages in MIME format (see RFC 2045 and RFC 1344 for details). If disabled, \fBsendmail\fR does not return the DSN keyword in response to an \fBEHLO\fR and does not do Delivery Status Notification processing as described in RFC 1891.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBServerCertFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing the cert of the server, that is, this cert is used when \fBsendmail\fR acts as server.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBServerKeyFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+File containing the private key belonging to the server cert.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBServiceSwitchFile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defines the path to the service-switch file. Since the service-switch file is defined in the Solaris operating environment this option is ignored.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSevenBitInput (7)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Strips input to seven bits for compatibility with old systems. This should not be necessary.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSharedMemoryKey\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies key to use for shared memory segment. If not set (or \fB0\fR), shared memory is not be used. If this option is set, \fBsendmail\fR can share some data between different instances. For example, the number of entries in a queue directory or the available space in a file system. This allows for more efficient program execution, since only one process needs to update the data instead of each individual process gathering the data each time it is required. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSharedMemoryKeyFile=\fR\fIfile\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If \fBSharedMemoryKeyFile\fR is set to \fB-1\fR, the automatically selected shared memory key will be stored in the specified file.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSingleLineFromHeader\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, \fBFrom:\fR lines that have embedded newlines are unwrapped onto one line.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSingleThreadDelivery\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If this option and the \fBHostStatusDirectory\fR option are both set, uses single thread deliveries to other hosts.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSmtpGreetingMessage or $e\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the initial SMTP greeting message.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSoftBounce\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, issue temporary errors (\fB4xy\fR) instead of permanent errors (\fB5xy\fR). This can be useful during testing of a new configuration to avoid erroneous bouncing of mail.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBStatusFile (S\fR\fIfile\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Logs statistics in the named \fIfile\fR. By default, this is \fB/etc/mail/sendmail.st\fR. As root, you must \fBtouch\fR(1) this file to enable \fBmailstats\fR(1).
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBSuperSafe (s)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+This option can be set to \fBTrue\fR, \fBFalse\fR, \fBInteractive\fR, or \fBPostMilter\fR. If set to \fBTrue\fR, \fBsendmail\fR is set to super-safe when running things, that is, always instantiate the queue file, even if you are going to attempt immediate delivery. \fBsendmail\fR always instantiates the queue file before returning control to the client under any circumstances. This should really always be set to \fBTrue\fR. The \fBInteractive\fR value has been introduced in \fB8.12\fR and can be used together with \fBDeliveryMode=i\fR. It skips some synchronization calls which are effectively doubled in the code execution path for this mode. If set to \fBPostMilter\fR, \fBsendmail\fR defers synchronizing the queue file until any milters have signaled acceptance of the message. \fBPostMilter\fR is useful only when \fBsendmail\fR is running as an SMTP server; in all other situations it acts the same as True. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBTempFileMode (F\fR\fImode\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Specifies the file mode for queue files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBTimeout (r\fR\fItimeouts\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Timeout reads after time interval. The \fItimeouts\fR argument is a list of \fIkeyword=value\fR pairs. All but \fIcommand\fR apply to client \fBSMTP\fR. For backward compatibility, a timeout with no \fIkeyword\fR= part is set all of the longer values. The recognized timeouts and their default values, and their minimum values specified in RFC 1123 section 5.3.2 are:
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBaconnect\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+all connections for a single delivery attempt [0, unspecified] 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBcommand\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+command read [1h, 5m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBconnect\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+initial connect [0, unspecified]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBcontrol\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+complete control socket transaction [2m, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdatablock\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+data block read [1h, 3m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdatafinal\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to final \fB\&.\fR in data [1h, 10m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdatainit\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBDATA\fR command [5m, 2m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBfileopen\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+file open [60sec, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBhelo\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBHELO\fR or \fBEHLO\fR command [5m, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBhoststatus\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+host retry [30m, unspecified]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBiconnect\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+first attempt to connect to a host [0, unspecified]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBident\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+\fBIDENT\fR protocol timeout [5s, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBinitial\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+wait for initial greeting message [5m, 5m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBlhlo\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+wait for reply to an LMTP LHLO command [2m, unspecified]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBmail\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBMAIL\fR command [10m, 5m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBmisc\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBNOOP\fR and \fBVERB\fR commands [2m, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBqueuereturn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+undeliverable message returned [5d]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBqueuewarn\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+deferred warning [4h]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBquit\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBQUIT\fR command [2m, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBrcpt\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBRCPT\fR command [1h, 5m]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBresolver.retrans\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Resolver's retransmission time interval (in seconds) [varies]. Sets both \fBTimeout.resolver.retrans.first\fR and \fBTimeout.resolver.retrans.normal\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBresolver.retrans.first\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Resolver's retransmission time interval (in seconds) for the first attempt to deliver a message [varies].
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBresolver.retrans.normal\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Resolver's retransmission time interval (in seconds) for all look-ups except the first delivery attempt [varies].
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBresolver.retry\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Number of times to retransmit a resolver query [varies]. Sets both \fBTimeout.resolver.retry.first\fR and \fBTimeout.resolver.retry.normal\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBresolver.retry.first\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Number of times to retransmit a resolver query for the first attempt to deliver a message [varies].
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBresolver.retry.normal\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Number of times to retransmit a resolver query for all look-ups except the first delivery attempt [varies].
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBrset\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+reply to \fBRSET\fR command [5m, none]
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBstarttls\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+response to an \fBSMTP STARTTLS\fR command [1h]
+.RE
+
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBTimeZoneSpec (t\fR\fItzinfo\fR\fB)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the local time zone info to \fItzinfo\fR, for example, "PST8PDT". Actually, if this is not set, the \fBTZ\fR environment variable is cleared (so the system default is used); if set but null, the user's \fBTZ\fR variable is used, and if set and non-null, the \fBTZ\fR variable is set to this value.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBTLSSrvOptions\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If this option is '\fBV\fR', then no client verification is performed,that is, the server does not ask for a certificate.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBTrustedUser\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The user parameter can be a user name (looked up in the passwd map) or a numeric user id. Trusted user for file ownership and starting the daemon. If set, generated alias databases and the control socket (if configured) are automatically owned by this user.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBTryNullMXList (w)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If you are the "best" (that is, lowest preference) \fBMX\fR for a given host, you should normally detect this situation and treat that condition specially, by forwarding the mail to a \fBUUCP\fR feed, treating it as local, or whatever. However, in some cases (such as Internet firewalls) you may want to try to connect directly to that host as though it had no \fBMX\fR records at all. Setting this option causes \fBsendmail\fR to try this. The downside is that errors in your configuration are likely to be diagnosed as "host unknown" or "message timed out" instead of something more meaningful. This option is deprecated.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBUnixFromLine or $l\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+The "From " line used when sending to files or programs.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBUnsafeGroupWrites\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If set, group-writable :include: and .forward files are considered "unsafe", that is, programs and files cannot be directly referenced from such files.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBUseErrorsTo (l)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+If there is an \fBErrors-To\fR: header, sends error messages to the addresses listed there. They normally go to the envelope sender. Use of this option causes \fBsendmail\fR to violate \fBRFC\fR 1123. This option is not recommended and deprecated. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBUseMSP\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Uses as mail submission program, that is, allows group writable queue files if the group is the same as that of a set-group-id \fBsendmail\fR binary. 
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBUserDatabaseSpec (U)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defines the name and location of the file containing User Database information.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBVerbose (v)\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Runs in verbose mode. If this is set, \fBsendmail\fR adjusts the \fBHoldExpensive\fR and \fBDeliveryMode\fR options so that all mail is delivered completely in a single job so that you can see the entire delivery process. The \fBVerbose\fR option should \fBnever\fR be set in the configuration file; it is intended for command line use only.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBXscriptFileBufferSize\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Sets the threshold, in bytes, before a memory-bases queue transcript file becomes disk-based. The default is 4096 bytes.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.LP
+If the first character of the user name is a vertical bar, the rest of the user name is used as the name of a program to pipe the mail to. It may be necessary to quote the name of the user to keep \fBsendmail\fR from suppressing the blanks from between arguments.
+.sp
+.LP
+If invoked as \fBnewaliases\fR, \fBsendmail\fR rebuilds the alias database, so long as the \fB/etc/mail/aliases*\fR files are owned by root \fIand\fR root has exclusive write permission. If invoked as \fBmailq\fR, \fBsendmail\fR prints the contents of the mail queue.
+.SH OPERANDS
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fIaddress\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+address of an intended recipient of the message being sent.
+.RE
+
+.SH EXIT STATUS
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBsendmail\fR returns an exit status describing what it did. The codes are defined in \fB/usr/include/sysexits.h\fR.
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_OK\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Successful completion on all addresses.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_NOUSER\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+User name not recognized.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_UNAVAILABLE\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Catchall. Necessary resources were not available.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_SYNTAX\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Syntax error in address.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_SOFTWARE\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Internal software error, including bad arguments.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_OSERR\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Temporary operating system error, such as "cannot fork".
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_NOHOST\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Host name not recognized.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBEX_TEMPFAIL\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Message could not be sent immediately, but was queued.
+.RE
+
+.SH ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
+.sp
+.LP
+No environment variables are used. However, sendmail's start-up script, invoked by \fBsvcadm\fR(8), reads \fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR. In this file, if the variable \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR is set, the start-up script parses this variable and invokes \fBetrn\fR(8) appropriately. \fBETRN_HOSTS\fR should be of the form:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+"s1:c1.1,c1.2        s2:c2.1 s3:c3.1,c3.2,c3.3"
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+That is, white-space separated groups of \fIserver:client\fR where \fIclient\fR can be one or more comma-separated names. The \fI:client\fR part is optional. \fIserver\fR is the name of the server to prod; a mail queue run is requested for each \fIclient\fR name. This is comparable to running:
+.sp
+.in +2
+.nf
+/usr/lib/sendmail -qR \fIclient\fR
+.fi
+.in -2
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.LP
+on the host \fIserver\fR.
+.SH FILES
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fBdead.letter\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Unmailable text
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/default/sendmail\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Contains default settings. You can override some of the settings by command line options.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Mail aliases file (ASCII)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.db\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Database of mail aliases (binary)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.dir\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Database of mail aliases (binary)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/aliases.pag\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Database of mail aliases (binary)
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/sendmail.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defines environment for \fBsendmail\fR
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/submit.cf\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Defines environment for MSP
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/etc/mail/trusted-users\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Lists users that are "trusted", that is, able to set their envelope from address using \fB-f\fR without generating a warning message. Note that this file is consulted by the default \fBsendmail.cf\fR, but not by the default \fBsubmit.cf\fR, in which the line referring to \fB/etc/mail/trusted-users\fR is commented out. See \fBsendmail\fR(5) for instructions on making changes to \fBsubmit.cf\fR and \fBsendmail.cf\fR.
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/var/spool/clientmqueue/*\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Temporary files and queued mail
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/var/spool/mqueue/*\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Temporary files and queued mail
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB~/.forward\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+List of recipients for forwarding messages
+.RE
+
+.sp
+.ne 2
+.mk
+.na
+\fB\fB/usr/include/libmilter/README\fR\fR
+.ad
+.sp .6
+.RS 4n
+Describes the steps needed to compile and run a filter
+.RE
+
+.SH ATTRIBUTES
+.sp
+.LP
+See \fBattributes\fR(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
+.sp
+
+.sp
+.TS
+tab() box;
+cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) 
+lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) 
+.
+ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
+_
+Availabilityservice/network/smtp/sendmail
+.TE
+
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBsvcs\fR(1), \fBmail\fR(1), \fBmailq\fR(1), \fBmailx\fR(1), \fBnice\fR(1), \fBfork\fR(2), \fBgetpwnam\fR(3C), \fBgetusershell\fR(3C), \fBresolver\fR(3RESOLV),
+\fBrandom\fR(4D), \fBaliases\fR(5), \fBhosts\fR(5), \fBsendmail\fR(5), \fBshells\fR(5), \fBattributes\fR(7), \fBsmf\fR(7), \fBcheck-hostname\fR(8), \fBcheck-permissions\fR(8), \fBetrn\fR(8), \fBnewaliases\fR(8), \fBsvcadm\fR(8), \fBsvccfg\fR(8)
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBhosts_access\fR(5), \fBtcpd\fR(8) in the \fBsecurity/tcp-wrapper\fR package.
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBRFC\fR 2821 \fISimple Mail Transfer Protocol\fR, John Klensin, April 2001.
+.sp
+.LP
+\fBRFC\fR 2822 \fIInternet Message Format\fR, Pete Resnick, April 2001.
+.sp
+.LP
+\fIsendmail, Third Edition\fR, Bryan Costales with Eric Allman\fB\fR, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., 2003.
+.sp
+.LP
+http://www.sendmail.org
+.sp
+.LP
+http://www.milter.org
+.SH NOTES
+.sp
+.LP
+The \fBsendmail\fR program requires a fully qualified host name when starting. A script has been included to help verify if the host name is defined properly (see \fBcheck-hostname\fR(8)).
+.sp
+.LP
+The permissions and the ownership of several directories have been changed in order to increase security. In particular, access to \fB/etc/mail\fR and \fB/var/spool/mqueue\fR has been restricted.
+.sp
+.LP
+Security restrictions have been placed users using \fB\&.forward\fR files to pipe mail to a program or redirect mail to a file. The default shell (as listed in \fB/etc/passwd\fR) of these users must be listed in \fB/etc/shells\fR. This restriction does not affect mail that is being redirected to another alias.
+.sp
+.LP
+Additional restrictions have been put in place on \fB\&.forward\fR and \fB:include:\fR files. These files and the directory structure that they are placed in cannot be group- or world-writable. See \fBcheck-permissions\fR(8). 
+.sp
+.LP
+If you have interfaces that map to domains that have MX records that point to non-local destinations, you might need to enable the \fBDontProbeInterfaces\fR option to enable delivery to those destinations. In its default startup behavior, \fBsendmail\fR probes each interface and adds an interface's \fBIP\fR addresses, as well as any domains that those addresses map to, to its list of domains that are considered local. For domains thus added, being on the list of local domains is equivalent to having a 0-preference MX record, with \fBlocalhost\fR as the MX value. If this is not the result you want, enable \fBDontProbeInterfaces\fR.
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.cf.4	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,1 +0,0 @@
-.so man4/sendmail.4
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/sendmail/files/man/sendmail.cf.5	Tue Mar 08 15:27:22 2016 -0800
@@ -0,0 +1,1 @@
+.so man5/sendmail.5
--- a/components/sendmail/files/man/smrsh.1m	Tue Mar 08 22:31:41 2016 -0800
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,77 +0,0 @@
-'\" te
-.\" Copyright (c) 1983 Eric P. Allman
-.\" Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
-.\" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software    must display the following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software    without specific prior written permission.  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
-.\" Copyright (c) 1998-2006, 2008 Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers.  All rights reserved.
-.\" The following license terms and conditions apply, unless a different license is obtained from Sendmail, Inc., 6425 Christie Ave, Fourth Floor, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA, or by electronic mail at [email protected]  License Terms:  Use, Modification and Redistribution (including distribution of any modified or derived work) in source and binary forms is permitted only if each of the following conditions is met:  1. Redistributions qualify as "freeware" or "Open Source Software" under    one of the following terms:     (a) Redistributions are made at no charge beyond the reasonable cost of        materials and delivery.     (b) Redistributions are accompanied by a copy of the Source Code or by an        irrevocable offer to provide a copy of the Source Code for up to three       years at the cost of materials and delivery.  Such redistributions        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.  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,    these license terms, and the disclaimer/limitation of liability set    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) 1998-2004 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    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:     (a) Copyright (c) 1988, 1993 The Regents of the University of        California.  All rights reserved.     (b) Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without        modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions        are met:        (i)   Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright             notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.        (ii)  Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above             copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following             disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided             with the distribution.        (iii) Neither the name of the University nor the names of its             contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived             from this software without specific prior written permission. 6. Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability: THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY    SENDMAIL, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED    WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF    MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN    NO EVENT SHALL SENDMAIL, INC., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF    CALIFORNIA OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,    INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT    NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF    USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON    ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF    THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
-.\" Portions Copyright (c) 2009, 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All       rights reserved.
-.TH smrsh 1M "28 Oct 2014" "SunOS 5.12" "System Administration Commands"
-.SH NAME