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       damnit - DAtabase MaNagement InTerface


       damnit   [-h]   [-d <file> <value>]  [-a <file> <value>]  [-f <string>]
       [-l <file>]


       damnit   is   the    database    management    tool    for    gnarwl(8)
       systemadministrators to list and/or manipulate gnarwls database files.
       It is not intented to be employed by the average user, who  should  use
       LDAP as the only interface to gnarwl(8)


       -h     Print usage information

       -f <string>
              Select  output format for database listing (only meaningful with
              -l).  <string> is the template for what the output  should  look
              like.  The  following  macros  are  recognized:  %entry,  %time,
              %tstamp, \en and \et.  Translating  to  the  entry  itself,  the
              entrytime   (in   human   readable   form),  the  entrytime  (as
              timestamp), a newline  character,  and  a  tab  character.   The
              default  format  is:  "%time  ->  %entry\en".  Don’t  forget the
              trailing newline.

       -d <file> [<value>]
              Delete <value> from <file>. If <value> is  omited,  damnit  will
              read  <value>  from stdin (one per line), until either EOF or an
              empty line is detected.

       -a <file> [<value>]
              Add <value> to <file>. If <value> is already stored  in  <file>,
              damnit  will  only  update  the timestamp. If <value> is omited,
              damnit will read <value> from stdin (one per line), until either
              EOF or an emtpy line is detected.

       -l <file>
              List database file specified by <file>.


       gnarwl  uses  hashfiles  for  storing information on disk. Meaning, all
       datasets consist of key and value pairs.  The  key  is  always  a  NULL
       terminated  character  string,  while the value contains the timestamp,
       when the key was entered (last time) into the file. This  timestamp  is
       of  type  time_t  (as  returned  by  time(2))  and  therefore, gnarwls
       database files are not copyable between different system architectures.


       Patrick Ahlbrecht <>




              Every  file in this directory represents an emailaddress, gnarwl
              (already) received a mail for. Every time, gnarwl sends  out  an
              autorreply  for an address, the recepient of that mail is locked
              into the according file.   gnarwl  will  not  send  any  further
              autoreplies  for  this  sender/receiver combo, until the timeout
              specified in gnarwl.cfg expires.

              Emailaddresses listed as keys in this file are  not  subject  to
              autoresponding (the addresses of root, postmaster, webmaster and
              the like should be put herin). Note: The  complete  mailaddress,
              as  it  would  appear  in  an  email, must be specified here, as
              gnarwl checks these "as-is".

              Each entry in this file represent a line that may not  occur  in
              the  header  of a received email. That is, gnarwl won’t reply to
              any mail, it is able to match a headerline with an entry in this