Sendmail implements a general purpose internetwork mail routing facility under the UNIX(R) operating system. It is not tied to any one transport protocol its function may be likened to a crossbar switch, relaying messages from one domain into another. In the process, it can do a limited amount of message header editing to put the message into a format that is appropriate for the receiving domain. All of this is done under the control of a configuration file. ...Due to the requirements of flexibility for the configuration file can seem somewhat unapproachable. However, there are only a few basic configurations for most sites, for which standard configuration files have been supplied. Most other configurations can be built by adjusting an existing configuration file incrementally.
Read /etc/mail/README or the O'Reilly book for details on configuring sendmail.
Author: Sendmail, Inc. and its suppliers
Author: Eric P. Allman <eric [at] Sendmail [dot] COM>
Maintainer: Rene Rebe <rene [at] t2-project [dot] org>
T2 source: Makefile
T2 source: aliases
T2 source: config.hlp
T2 source: config.in
T2 source: libresolv.patch
T2 source: local-host-names
T2 source: parse-config
T2 source: sendmail.cache
T2 source: sendmail.conf
T2 source: sendmail.desc
T2 source: sendmail.init
T2 source: setmailer.patch
T2 source: setmailer.sh
T2 source: site.config.m4
T2 source: smmsp.patch
Build time (on reference hardware): 20% (relative to binutils)2
Installed size (on reference hardware): 2.69 MB, 250 files
Installed files (on reference hardware): n.a.
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