The third part of this book provides a comprehensive reference for
the configuration file.
- Chapter 17
Presents an overview of the sendmail.cf file.
Comments, joined lines, and the V configuration
command are detailed.
- Chapter 18
Shows how the workspace is rewritten by individual rules. Operators,
such as $*, are explained here.
- Chapter 19
Covers the flow of addresses through rule sets, and illustrates the
special uses of rule sets 0 through 5, as well as the
check_ rule sets.
- Chapter 20
Shows how to define mail delivery agents with the
M configuration command. The F=
flags are also listed.
- Chapter 21
Shows how to define and use macros. Includes an explanation of all
macros currently in use.
- Chapter 22
Shows how multiple values can be stored in class macros. The special
uses of the $= and $~ prefixes
are also shown.
- Chapter 23
Shows how to create, declare, and use external databases, internal
maps, and network maps.
- Chapter 24
Shows how to declare options from the command line and in the
configuration file. Then every option is explained.
- Chapter 25
Describes the legal contents and form of headers in email messages
and in the H configuration command.