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   The file /etc/mailer.conf contains a series of pairs.  The first member
   of each pair is the name of a program invoking mailwrapper(8) which is
   typically a symbolic link to /usr/sbin/sendmail.  (On a typical system,
   newaliases(8) and mailq(8) would be set up this way.)  The second member
   of each pair is the name of the program to actually execute when the
   first name is invoked.  The file may also contain comments, denoted by a
   `#' character in the first column of any line.


   smtpd.conf is the configuration file for the mail daemon smtpd(8).


     The smtpctl program controls smtpd(8).  Commands may be abbreviated to
     the minimum unambiguous prefix; for example, sh s for show stats.

     The following commands are available:

     encrypt [string]
             Encrypt the password string to a representation suitable for user
             credentials and print it to the standard output.  If string is
             not provided, cleartext passwords are read from standard input.

             It is advised to avoid providing the password as a parameter as
             it will be visible from top(1) and ps(1) output.

     log brief
             Disable verbose debug logging.
     log verbose
             Enable verbose debug logging.
             Display updates of some smtpd(8) internal counters in one second
             intervals.  Each line reports the increment of all counters since
             the last update, except for some counters which are always
             absolute values.  The first line reports the current value of
             each counter.  The fields are:
             o   Current number of active SMTP clients (absolute value).
             o   New SMTP clients.
             o   Disconnected clients.
             o   Current number of envelopes in the queue (absolute value).
             o   Newly enqueued envelopes.
             o   Dequeued envelopes.
             o   Successful deliveries.
             o   Temporary failures.
             o   Permanent failures.
             o   Message loops.
             o   Expired envelopes.
             o   Envelopes removed by the administrator.
             o   Generated bounces.
     pause envelope envelope-id | message-id
             Temporarily suspend scheduling for the envelope with the given
             ID, or all envelopes with the given message ID.
     pause mda
             Temporarily stop deliveries to local users.

     pause mta
             Temporarily stop relaying and deliveries to remote users.

     pause smtp
             Temporarily stop accepting incoming sessions.

     profile subsystem
             Enables real-time profiling of subsystem.  Supported subsystems

             o   queue, to profile cost of queue IO
             o   imsg, to profile cost of event handlers

     remove envelope-id | message-id
             Remove a single envelope, or all envelopes with the same message

     resume envelope envelope-id | message-id
             Resume scheduling for the envelope with the given ID, or all
             envelopes with the given message ID.

     resume mda
             Resume deliveries to local users.

     resume mta
             Resume relaying and deliveries to remote users.

     resume route route-id
             Resume routing on disabled route route-id.

     resume smtp
             Resume accepting incoming sessions.

     schedule all
             Mark all envelopes as ready for immediate delivery.

     schedule envelope-id | message-id
             Mark a single envelope, or all envelopes with the same message
             ID, as ready for immediate delivery.

     show envelope envelope-id
             Display envelope content for the given ID.

     show hosts
             Display the list of known remote MX hosts.  For each of them, it
             shows the IP address, the canonical hostname, a reference count,
             the number of active connections to this host, and the elapsed
             time since the last connection.

     show hoststats
             Display status of last delivery for domains that have been active
             in the last 4 hours.  It consists of the following fields,
             separated by a "|":

             o   Domain.
             o   UNIX timestamp of last delivery.
             o   Status of last delivery.

     show message envelope-id
             Display message content for the given ID.

     show queue
             Display information concerning envelopes that are currently in
             the queue.  Each line of output describes a single envelope.  It
             consists of the following fields, separated by a "|":

             o   Envelope ID.
             o   Address family of the client which enqueued the mail.
             o   Type of delivery: one of "mta", "mda" or "bounce".
             o   Various flags on the envelope.
             o   Sender address (return path).
             o   The original recipient address.
             o   The destination address.
             o   Time of creation.
             o   Time of expiration.
             o   Time of last delivery or relaying attempt.
             o   Number of delivery or relaying attempts.
             o   Current runstate: either "pending" or "inflight" if smtpd(8)
                 is running, or "offline" otherwise.
             o   Delay in seconds before the next attempt if pending, or time
                 ellapsed if currently running.  This field is blank if
                 smtpd(8) is not running.
             o   Error string for the last failed delivery or relay attempt.

     show relays
             Display the list of currently active relays and associated
             connectors.  For each relay, it shows a number of counters and
             information on its internal state on a single line.  Then comes
             the list of connectors (source addresses to connect from for this

     show routes
             Display status of routes currently known by smtpd(8).  Each line
             consists of a route number, a source address, a destination
             address, a set of flags, the number of connections on this route,
             the current penalty level which determines the amount of time the
             route is disabled if an error occurs, and the delay before it
             gets reactivated.  The following flags are defined:

             D   The route is currently disabled.
             N   The route is new.  No SMTP session has been established yet.
             Q   The route as a timeout registered to lower its penalty level
                 and possibly reactivate or discard it.

     show stats
             Displays runtime statistics concerning smtpd(8).

     show status
             Shows if MTA, MDA and SMTP systems are currently running or

     stop    Stop the server.

     trace subsystem
             Enables real-time tracing of subsystem.  Supported subsystems

             o   imsg
             o   io
             o   smtp (incoming sessions)
             o   filter
             o   transfer (outgoing sessions)
             o   bounce
             o   scheduler
             o   expand (aliases/virtual/forward expansion)
             o   lookup (user/credentials lookups)
             o   stat
             o   rules (matched by incoming sessions)
             o   mproc
             o   all

     unprofile subsystem
             Disables real-time profiling of subsystem.

     untrace subsystem
             Disables real-time tracing of subsystem.

     update table name
             For table backends that provide caching, causes smtpd(8) to
             update the cache.
openbsd/smtpd.txt · Última modificación: 2015/07/01 08:45 por jherrero