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#1: ctladdr

Posted on 2007-10-11 22:10:51 by Darryl Bach

Hello Folks:

Been reading my O'Reilly Sendmail book and reading sources online but can't
find any mention of "ctladdr" I would take this to stand for Controler
Address, but still fail to fully understand it's significance.
Can anyone shed any light?

Thanks a lot,

DTB

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#2: Re: ctladdr

Posted on 2007-10-11 22:17:56 by ynotssor

In news:frvPi.12308$%B2.5263@edtnps82,
Darryl Bach <dbach@seaside.ns.ca> wrote:

> Been reading my O'Reilly Sendmail book and reading sources online but
> can't find any mention of "ctladdr" I would take this to stand for
> Controler Address, but still fail to fully understand it's
> significance.
> Can anyone shed any light?

From section 2.1.1 of ${SOURCE}/doc/op/op.* :

ctladdr The ``controlling user'', that is, the
name of the user whose credentials we use
for delivery.

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