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Manual Reference Pages  -  VDELIVER (1)

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NAME

vdeliver - VMailMgr delivery agent

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

vdeliver [-D] [-F] [-R] [-d] [-f] [--no-predeliver] [--no-postdeliver] [--quiet] [-r]

DESCRIPTION

vdeliver is the unified e-mail message delivery agent for virtual domains managed by vmailmgr. It is run from the .qmail-default file, and automatically handles delivery to any user within a virtual domain.

OPTIONS

-D Add the Return-Path: line to the top of the message. (default)
-F Add a "From " mailbox line.
-R Add a "Return-Path:" line (default).
-d Do not add the Delivered-To: line to the top of the message.
-f Do not add the From mailbox line to the top of the message. Note that this line is never added when the message is being re-injected into the mail stream. (default)
--no-predeliver Do not run vdeliver-predeliver scripts.
--no-postdeliver Do not run vdeliver-postdeliver scripts.
--quiet Suppress all status messages.
-r Do not add the Return-Path: line to the top of the message.

RETURN VALUE

Returns 0 if delivery was successful, 100 if a fatal error occurred, or 111 if a temporary error occurred.

ENVIRONMENT

vdeliver expects to be run by qmail-local as it requires several of the environment variables that it sets. See the qmail-command(8) manual page for full details on these variables. In particular, it requires DTLINE, EXT, HOST, RPLINE, SENDER, UFLINE, and USER.

SEE ALSO

checkvpw(1), qmail-command(8)

AUTHORS

Bruce Guenter <bruceg@em.ca>
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