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Manual Reference Pages  -  MAILESTD (8)

NAME

mailestd - mailest daemon

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Files
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

mailestd [-dnh] [-S suffix] [-f file] [maildir]

DESCRIPTION

The mailestd is a daemon which provides the "search" functionality for mail messages using and managing a Hyper Estraier’s database. Currently the mailestd can be use as a "search" backend of the "Mew". To use the mailest for the search backend for the Mew program, see the EXAMPLE section in mew-mailest(1).

The options are as follows:
-d Increase debug level. Do not daemonize and log to the stderr.
-n Do not actually start the daemon. But checks the configuration file.
-S suffix
-f file
  Use the file as the configuration file instead of the default ${HOME}/Mail/mailestd.conf. If the maildir is specified together, related path mailestd.conf to the maildir is used.
maildir
  The base directory instead of the default ${HOME}/Mail. The directories below the maildir are the targets for the search functionality of the mailestd.
-h Show the usage.

FILES

${HOME}/Mail The default maildir.
(maildir)/mailestd.conf The default configuration file. The related path mailestd.conf to the maildir is used.
(maildir)/mailestd.log The default log file. The related path mailestd.log to the maildir is used.
(maildir)/.mailest.sock The default Unix Ns -domain socket for communication from mailectl(1). The related path .mailestd.sock to the maildir is used.
(maildir)/casket The default database directory. The related path casket to the maildir is used.

SEE ALSO

mailestctl(1), mailestd.conf(5)

AUTHORS

The mailestd program was written by
.An YASUOKA Masahiko Aq Mt yasuoka@yasuoka.net .
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