dma(8): Upgrade to v0.7.
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b558d098 1# $DragonFly: src/etc/dma/dma.conf,v 1.2 2008/02/04 10:11:41 matthias Exp $
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3# Your smarthost (also called relayhost). Leave blank if you don't want
4# smarthost support.
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5# NOTE: on Debian systems this is handled via debconf!
6# Please use dpkg-reconfigure dma to change this value.
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7#SMARTHOST
8
9# Use this SMTP port. Most users will be fine with the default (25)
de46b612 10#PORT 25
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12# Path to your alias file. Just stay with the default.
c8b07ee5 13#ALIASES /etc/aliases
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15# Path to your spooldir. Just stay with the default.
de46b612 16#SPOOLDIR /var/spool/dma
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fed0f851 18# SMTP authentication
de46b612 19#AUTHPATH /etc/dma/auth.conf
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21# Uncomment if yout want TLS/SSL support
22#SECURETRANSFER
23
24# Uncomment if you want STARTTLS support (only used in combination with
25# SECURETRANSFER)
26#STARTTLS
27
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28# Uncomment if you have specified STARTTLS above and it should be allowed
29# to fail ("opportunistic TLS", use an encrypted connection when available
30# but allow an unencrypted one to servers that do not support it)
31#OPPORTUNISTIC_TLS
32
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33# Path to your local SSL certificate
34#CERTFILE
35
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36# If you want to use plain text SMTP login without using encryption, change
37# the SECURE entry below to INSECURE. Otherwise plain login will only work
38# over a secure connection. Use this option with caution.
39#SECURE
40
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41# Uncomment if you want to defer your mails. This is useful if you are
42# behind a dialup line. You have to submit your mails manually with dma -q
43#DEFER
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44
45# Uncomment if you want the bounce message to include the complete original
46# message, not just the headers.
47#FULLBOUNCE
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49# The internet hostname dma uses to identify the host.
50# If not set or empty, the result of gethostname(2) is used.
51# If MAILNAME is an absolute path to a file, the first line of this file
52# will be used as the hostname.
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53#MAILNAME mail.example.net
54
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55# Masquerade envelope from addresses with this address/hostname.
56# Use this if mails are not accepted by destination mail servers because
57# your sender domain is invalid.
58# By default, MASQUERADE is not set.
59# Format: MASQUERADE [user@][host]
60# Examples:
61# MASQUERADE john@ on host "hamlet" will send all mails as john@hamlet
62# MASQUERADE percolator will send mails as $username@percolator, e.g. fish@percolator
63# MASQUERADE herb@ert will send all mails as herb@ert