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  1. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  2. #
  3. # /etc/mail/sendmail.conf
  4. #
  5. # Copyright (c) 2001-2010 Richard Nelson. All Rights Reserved.
  6. # Version: 8.14.4
  7. # Time-stamp: <2013-02-11 11:12:33 cowboy>
  8. #
  9. # Parameter file for sendmail (sourced by /usr/share/sendmail/sendmail)
  10. # Make all changes herein, instead of altering /etc/init.d/sendmail.
  11. #
  12. # After making changes here, you'll need to run /usr/sbin/sendmailconfig
  13. # or /usr/share/sendmail/update_conf to have the changes take effect -
  14. # If you change DAEMON_MODE, QUEUE_MODE, or QUEUE_INTERVAL, you'll also
  15. # need to run /etc/init.d/sendmail restart.
  16. #
  17. # Changes made herein will be kept across upgrades - except for comments!
  18. # Some comment lines have special significance ...
  19. #
  20. # **** **** **** **** DO NOT EDIT THE COMMENTS **** **** **** ****
  21. #
  22. # Supported parameters (and defaults) are listed herein.
  23. #
  24. # Notes:
  25. # * This setup allows sendmail to run in several modes:
  26. # - listener and queue runner..DAEMON_MODE="daemon".QUEUE_MODE="daemon"
  27. # - listener only..............DAEMON_MODE="daemon".QUEUE_MODE="none"
  28. # - queue runner only..........DAEMON_MODE="none"...QUEUE_MODE="daemon"
  29. # - *NOTHING* ?!?..............DAEMON_MODE="none"...QUEUE_MODE="none"
  30. #
  31. # * You can also run the listener from inetd:
  32. # - listener and queue runner..DAEMON_MODE="inetd"..QUEUE_MODE="daemon"
  33. # - listener only..............DAEMON_MODE="inetd"..QUEUE_MODE="none"
  34. #
  35. # * You can also run the queue runner from cron:
  36. # - listener and queue runner..DAEMON_MODE="....."..QUEUE_MODE="cron"
  37. # - queue runner only..........DAEMON_MODE="none"...QUEUE_MODE="cron"
  38. #
  39. # * _PARMS entries herein are shown in precedence order, any later _PARMS
  40. # field will, if applicable, override any previous _PARMS fields.
  41. #
  42. # * Values *MUST* be surrounded with double quotes ("), single quotes
  43. # will *NOT* work !
  44. #
  45. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  46. # SMTP Listener Configuration
  47. #
  48. # DAEMON_NETMODE="Static"; Keyword SMTP network mode
  49. # static: Do not monitor any network interfaces for changes
  50. # dynamic: Monitor one or more interfaces for changes
  51. #
  52. DAEMON_NETMODE="Static";
  53. #
  54. # DAEMON_NETIF="eth0"; string SMTP interface(s)
  55. # This parameter defines the network interface(s) that the daemon
  56. # will monitor for status changes (via ppp, dhcp, ifup/down hooks).
  57. #
  58. # NOTES:
  59. # 1) Only list more than one interfaces if they only used for fallback,
  60. # otherwise the daemon will wind up ping-ponging between interfaces.
  61. # 2) Do not use 'lo' unless your daemon only listens on the localhost.
  62. #
  63. DAEMON_NETIF="eth0";
  64. #
  65. # DAEMON_MODE="Daemon"; Keyword SMTP listener
  66. # daemon: Run as standalone daemon
  67. # inetd: Run from inet supervisor (forks for each mail)
  68. # none: No listener (ie, nullclient/smarthost)
  69. #
  70. # NOTE: If you choose "none", mail will build up in the MSP queues
  71. # and you will not receive any mail from external sites.
  72. #
  73. DAEMON_MODE="Daemon";
  74. #
  75. # DAEMON_PARMS=""; String Listener parms
  76. # Any parameters here will be ignored when run from cron.
  77. # Note that {QUEUE,MISC,CRON}_PARMS, if applicable, will override
  78. # anything declared herein.
  79. #
  80. DAEMON_PARMS="";
  81. #
  82. # DAEMON_HOSTSTATS="No"; Boolean Listener stats
  83. # This parameter determines whether or not host stats are collected
  84. # and available for the `hoststat` command to display. There will
  85. # be a (minor) performance hit, as files will be created/updated for each
  86. # sendmail delivery attempt. The files are fixed in size, and small,
  87. # but there can be many of them.
  88. #
  89. DAEMON_HOSTSTATS="No";
  90. #
  91. # DAEMON_MAILSTATS="No"; Boolean Listener stats
  92. # This parameter determines whether or not mailer stats are collected
  93. # and available for the `mailstats` command to display. There will
  94. # be a (minor) performance hit, as this file will be updated for each
  95. # item coming into, or out of, sendmail. The file is fixed in size,
  96. # and small, so there's no need to rotate it.
  97. #
  98. DAEMON_MAILSTATS="No";
  99. #
  100. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  101. # SMTP MTA Queue Runner Configuration
  102. #
  103. # QUEUE_MODE="${DAEMON_MODE}"; Keyword SMTP queue runner
  104. # daemon: Run as standalone daemon
  105. # cron: Run from crontab
  106. # none: No queue runner (ie, nullclient/smarthost)
  107. #
  108. QUEUE_MODE="${DAEMON_MODE}";
  109. #
  110. # QUEUE_INTERVAL="10m"; Timespec (p?digits+w|d|h|m|s)
  111. # Interval at which to run the MTA queues. What interval should you use?
  112. # The amount of time that is acceptable before retrying delivery on
  113. # mail that couldn't be delivered in one run, or how long an item can
  114. # set in the queue before having the first delivery attempt done.
  115. #
  116. # NOTE: To use persistent queue-runners use this form: p120m
  117. #
  118. # NOTE: If you leave this field blank, You get *NO* queue runners !!!
  119. #
  120. QUEUE_INTERVAL="10m";
  121. #
  122. # QUEUE_PARMS=""; String queue parameters
  123. # Any parameters here are also used when run from cron.
  124. # Note that MISC_PARMS and CRON_PARMS, if applicable, will override
  125. # anything declared herein.
  126. #
  127. QUEUE_PARMS="";
  128. #
  129. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  130. # SMTP - MSP Queue Runner Configuration
  131. #
  132. # MSP_MODE="Cron"; Keyword MSP queue runner mode
  133. # daemon: Run as standalone daemon
  134. # cron: Run from crontab
  135. # none: No queue runner (ie, nullclient/smarthost)
  136. #
  137. # NOTE: If QUEUE_MODE="cron" & MSP_MODE="none", the MSP queue will
  138. # be run as part of the MTA queue running process.
  139. #
  140. MSP_MODE="Cron";
  141. #
  142. # MSP_INTERVAL="20m"; Timespec (digits+w|d|h|m|s)
  143. # Interval at which to run the MSP queues. What interval should you use?
  144. # The amount of time that is acceptable before retrying delivery on
  145. # mail that couldn't be accepted by the MTA, and was therefore left
  146. # in the message submission queue. The MTA shouldn't be down that often
  147. # so this can be larger than QUEUE_INTERVAL.
  148. #
  149. # NOTE: If you leave this field blank, The MSP queue will *NOT* be run !!!
  150. #
  151. MSP_INTERVAL="20m";
  152. #
  153. # MSP_PARMS=""; String queue parameters
  154. # Any parameters here are also used when run from cron.
  155. # Note that MISC_PARMS and CRON_PARMS, if applicable, will override
  156. # anything declared herein.
  157. #
  158. MSP_PARMS="";
  159. #
  160. # MSP_MAILSTATS="${DAEMON_MAILSTATS}"; Boolean Listener stats
  161. # This parameter determines whether or not mailer stats are collected
  162. # and available for the `mailstats` command to display. There will
  163. # be a (minor) performance hit, as this file will be updated for each
  164. # item coming into, or out of, sendmail. The file is fixed in size,
  165. # and small, so there's no need to rotate it.
  166. #
  167. MSP_MAILSTATS="${DAEMON_MAILSTATS}";
  168. #
  169. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  170. # Miscellaneous Confguration
  171. #
  172. # MISC_PARMS=""; String miscellaneous parameters
  173. # Miscellaneous parameters - applied to any sendmail invocation.
  174. # Any parameters here are also used when run from cron.
  175. # Applied after {DAEMON,QUEUE}_PARMS, and can therefore override them
  176. # if need be (in which case why did use them?)
  177. # Note that CRON_PARMS, if applicable, will override anything
  178. # declared herein.
  179. #
  180. # Here is where'd you setup and debugging or special parms that you
  181. # want shared betwixt the possibly separate listener/queue-runner
  182. # processes.
  183. #
  184. MISC_PARMS="";
  185. #
  186. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  187. # Cron Job Configuration
  188. #
  189. # CRON_MAILTO="root"; String cronjob output
  190. # Recipient of *rare* cronjob output. Some cronjobs will be running
  191. # under user `mail`, so any problems encountered would probably be missed
  192. # so define a user who actually (hopefully) checks email now and again.
  193. #
  194. CRON_MAILTO="root";
  195. #
  196. # CRON_PARMS=""; String cron specific parmeters
  197. # Cron parameters - applied *only* when sendmail queue running is done
  198. # via a cronjob. Applied after QUEUE_PARMS and MISC_PARMS, and can
  199. # therefore override them if need be.
  200. #
  201. CRON_PARMS="";
  202. #
  203. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  204. # Other stuff
  205. # LOG_CMDS="No"; Binary command logging flag
  206. # Will cause syslog entries for many of the sendmail related commands
  207. # like runq, mailq, etc - you'll also see cron jobs (if enabled).
  208. #
  209. LOG_CMDS="No";
  210. #
  211. # HANDS_OFF="No"; Binary Do *NOT* touch the configuration
  212. # Set this *ONLY* if you are going to be fully responsible for the entire
  213. # setup of sendmail - the directories, permissions, databases, etc. With
  214. # this variable set to "Yes", nothing will be done for you during updates.
  215. #
  216. # In other words, "The blood be upon your hands" if you set this...
  217. # My ability to help with problems will be greatly reduced !
  218. #
  219. # "Well, a pet peeve of mine is people who directly edit the
  220. # .cf file instead of using the m4 configuration files.
  221. # Don't do it! [laughs] I treat the .cf file as a binary
  222. # file - you should too."
  223. # -- Eric Allman 1999/10/18
  224. # http://www.dotcomeon.com/allman_sendmail_qa.html
  225. #
  226. HANDS_OFF="No";
  227. #
  228. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  229. # Queue Aging Configuration
  230. #
  231. # Why would you want to age your queues? On every queue-run interval,
  232. # sendmail will try *every* file in the queue... If a site is down
  233. # for a while, considerable time can be wasted each interval in retrying
  234. # it. The scheme supported allows aging by time, and can move the older
  235. # files to another (less frequently run queue), thereby reducing overal
  236. # system impact - and providing better mail throughput.
  237. #
  238. # Note that this support is completely separate from QUEUE_MODE=cron,
  239. # you can age queues even if you're running QUEUE_MODE=daemon.
  240. #
  241. # There are four parts to the queue aging support, and these parts
  242. # may be repeated, to operate on multiple queues.
  243. #
  244. # 1. Interval at which to age the queues (in minutes).
  245. # What interval should you use? Roughly twice the normal queue
  246. # interval, so that messages are tried twice in each successively
  247. # slower queue.
  248. #
  249. # NOTE: some values just wont work, due to crontab pecularities
  250. # a value of 90 minutes will actually be run at every x:30 !
  251. # Please check /etc/cron.d/sendmail to make sure it is doing what
  252. # you thought it should !
  253. #
  254. # 2. Criteria (optional and defaults to interval). This is the
  255. # specification of which files to move. It defaults moving
  256. # files whose age in the queues exceeds the interval.
  257. # This field, if specified can be very complex - supporting
  258. # aging by just about anything! see qtool(8) for details.
  259. #
  260. # 3. To queue. This is the queue to which files will be moved.
  261. # It may be fully qualified, or relative to /var/spool/mqueue.
  262. #
  263. # 4. From queue. This is the queue from which files will be moved.
  264. # It may be fully qualified, or relative to /var/spool/mqueue.
  265. #
  266. # Samples:
  267. # AGE_DATA="[['25m', '', 'hourly', 'main']]";
  268. # Every 25 minutes, move any file older than 25 minutes from
  269. # /var/spool/mqueue/main to /var/spool/mqueue/hourly
  270. #
  271. # AGE_DATA="[['25m', '', 'hourly', 'main'],\
  272. # ['120m', '', 'daily', 'hourly']]";
  273. # Same as the above, but also move files from the hourly queue
  274. # to the daily queue after 120 minutes in the hourly queue.
  275. #
  276. # AGE_DATA="[['25m',\
  277. # '-e \'$msg{message}[0] == /Deferred: 452 4.2.2 Over quota/\'',\
  278. # 'overquota', 'main']]";
  279. # Every 25 minutes, move all files deferred because of quota
  280. # violations from /var/spool/mqueue/main to
  281. # /var/spool/mqueue/overquota where they can be processed on
  282. # a different interval, or by some other means.
  283. #
  284. # If the above samples suggest Perl arrays, well, they are...
  285. #
  286. # AGE_DATA=""; Perl array Queue aging data
  287. #
  288. AGE_DATA="";
  289. #
  290. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  291. # Dependant variables (set according to other variables)
  292. #
  293. #
  294. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  295. # Hidden variables (the blood be upon your hands)
  296. #
  297. DAEMON_RUNASUSER="No";
  298. #
  299. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  300. # Deprecated variables (kept for reference)
  301. #
  302. DAEMON_STATS="${DAEMON_MAILSTATS}";
  303. MSP_STATS="${MSP_MAILSTATS}";
  304. #
  305. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  306. # Unknown variables (kept for reference)
  307. #
  308. #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  309. #
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