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       qmail - overview of qmail documentation


       qmail is a secure, reliable, efficient, simple message transfer agent.

       Users  who want to control incoming messages should read dot-qmail(5).  Available commands
       for the .qmail  file  include  qbiff(1),  qreceipt(1),  forward(1),  bouncesaying(1),  and
       condredirect(1).   Other  helpful  commands  include  maildirmake(1), maildir2mbox(1), and

       System administrators who want to control the entire qmail system should start with qmail-
       control(5)  and  qmail-start(8).   There are three queue-monitoring tools: qmail-qread(8),
       qmail-qstat(8), and qmail-tcpto(8).  Incoming  SMTP  connections  are  handled  by  qmail-

       qmail offers two command-line message-sending interfaces: qmail-inject(8) and mailsubj(1).
       For background information on Internet  mail  messages,  see  addresses(5),  envelopes(5),
       qmail-header(5), and forgeries(7).

       Miscellaneous documentation includes qmail-limits(7) and qmail-pop3d(8).

       This     documentation    describes    netqmail    version    1.05    of    qmail.     See for other qmail-related software,  and
       for other qmail community contributions.