Provided by: exim_3.36-18ubuntu1_i386
eximconfig - interactive configure script for exim
The perl script eximconfig asks you a series of questions, and writes
an exim.conf file accordingly.
It will destroy any customisation you have made to the configuration
file, so you probably only want to use it once, when first setting up a
mail system, and not thereafter.
Used with the -i option it will not ask any questions, or modify the
configuration file at all, but will do the necessary fiddling with
inetd.conf and startup scripts to enable exim. You should use this
after configuring exim manually.
There is no other documentation for eximconfig apart from its badly
commented source; regarding exim itself there is extensive
documentation available in /usr/share/doc/exim and in the info system.
This manual page was written by Mark Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>. I can’t
say I’m proud of it.