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1.4 Rule-Testing Mode (-bt) Commands

?

Prints help.

.D rUUCP

Defines macro $r as UUCP (see §38.2.1).

.C wlocalhost

Adds localhost to class $=w (see §38.2.2).

=S 5

Dumps the contents of rule set 5 (see §38.4.1).

=M

Displays a list of the known delivery agents (see §38.4.2).

-d 48.2

Sets debugging output to category 48 and level 2 (see §37.1).

$ {envid}

Prints the value in the macro {envid} (see §38.3.1).

$= w

Prints the contents of class macro $=w (see §38.3.2).

/mx aol.com

Returns the MX records for aol.com , sorted into the order they will be tried, with equal cost records randomized (see §38.5.2).

/parse bob

Parses the address bob , and returns the value of crackaddr () and the final parsed address including the selected delivery agent (see §38.5.5).

/try local bob

Rewrites the address bob based on the rule sets indicated in the local delivery agent (see §38.5.6).

/tryflags ER

Sets flags used by /parse and /try to envelope recipient (see §38.5.4). Use E or H to choose envelope versus header, and R or S to choose recipient versus sender.

/canon foo

Transforms the hostname foo into its canonical form (see §38.5.1).

/map aliases root

Looks up root in the aliases database (see §38.5.3).

3,0 bob@foo

Runs the address bob@foo first through rule set 3, then rule set 0 (see §38.6).


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