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NAME

       ipsec mailkey - mail DNS records for Opportunistic Encryption

SYNOPSIS

       ipsec  mailkey  --me  my@address.tld  [ --reverse 1.2.3.4 ] [ --forward
       hostname.domain.tld ]

DESCRIPTION

       mailkey is a meta-program. It generates a script which will attempt  to
       mail  the TXT records required to enable Opportunistic Encryption (OE).

       An e-mail address for the domain’s DNS administrator  is  derived  from
       SOA records.  The mail body and destination address are freely editable
       in the script.

       If no administrator can  be  located,  the  output  file  will  not  be
       executable.

       --me my@address.tld
              set the Reply-To: address of the mail to be sent.

       --forward hostname.domain.tld
              the domain name to be used for initator-only OE.

       --reverse 1.2.3.4
              the IP address to be used for full Opportunistic Encryption.

       Only one of --forward or --reverse may be specified.

FILES

       /etc/ipsec.secrets

SEE ALSO

       ipsec_showhostkey(8), host(8)

HISTORY

       Written  for  the  Linux FreeS/WAN project <http://www.freeswan.org> by
       Sam Sgro.

BUGS

       May produce indeterminate results when processing non-routable IPs.

                                  21 Feb 2002                 IPSEC_MAILKEY(8)