6.2.2 Mailutils Loading Sequence

 
module mailutils mailutils [args]

Arguments are:

config-verbose

Verbosely trace the processing of the main Mailutils configuration files.

config-dump

Dump the parse tree from the Mailutils configuration.

positive-reply=str

Declare default positive reply string. This string is returned when the underlying database was able to found the requested key. Prior to returning, str is subject to meta-variable expansion, as described above.

Default positive reply string is ‘OK’.

negative-reply=str

Declare default negative reply string. This string is returned when the underlying database failed to found the requested key. Prior to returning, str is subject to meta-variable expansion.

Default negative reply string is ‘NOTFOUND’.

onerror-reply=str

Declare a reply to be returned on error. Prior to returning, str is subject to meta-variable expansion. Default string is ‘NOTFOUND’.

The module reads most of its configuration settings from the main Mailutils configuration file. See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)configuration section `configuration' in GNU Mailutils Manual, for a description of GNU Mailutils configuration system. It looks for smap-specific settings in the section ‘program smap-mailutils’.

Statement Reference
server See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Server Settings section `Server Settings' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
auth See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Auth Statement section `Auth Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
pam See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)PAM Statement section `PAM Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
virtdomain See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Virtdomain Statement section `Virtdomain Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
radius See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Radius Statement section `Radius Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
sql See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)SQL Statement section `SQL Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
ldap See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)LDAP Statement section `LDAP Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
debug See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Debug Statement section `Debug Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
logging See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Logging Statement section `Logging Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.
include See Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Include section `Include' in GNU Mailutils Manual.

The module uses GNU Mailutils authorization databases to obtain the requested data. This concept is described in detail in Mailutils Configuration File: (mailutils)Auth Statement section `Auth Statement' in GNU Mailutils Manual.