Provided by: mailreader_2.3.36-3.1_all bug

NAME

       mailreader.cfg - configuration files for Mailreader.com

DESCRIPTION

       Directory  /etc/mailreader  contains  config  files  for Mailreader.com
       system. Most options are in /etc/mailreader/server.cfg
       NEED TO be ended with slash ( / ) otherwise mailreader will not work.

OPTIONS

       HTMLPath
              Path to html template files  used  by  cgi  script  to  generate
              dynamic  html  pages.   This  is  local  path  (not  relative to
              DocumentRoot or cgi-bin).

       DefaultHTMLFile
              The logs/ directory will have an index-file (index.html)  and  a
              bunch  of  parsed  logfiles  in  html  and raw format. This just
              defines the name of the index-file (Default.htm for IIS etc)  so
              that  it  can  be  accessed  with  just  blah/logs/  instead  of
              blah/logs/theindexfile.hmtl.

              For Debian this doesn’t work because logs are outside the
              and cannot be accessed via web browser

       VirtualGfxPath
              Path to graphics directory. (can be relative to DocumentRoot  or
              full URL path with server name).

       TempPath
              Path   to  temporary  storage  (local).  Directory  is  used  as
              temporary storage for user informations.  It  should  have  0600
              access mode and owned by user which runs http daemon.  (Default:
              www-data).

       CachePath
              Path  to  temporary  storage  (local).  Directory  is  used   as
              temporary  storage for viewed mails.  It should have 0600 access
              mode and owned by user which runs http daemon.   (Default:  www-
              data).

       CacheHashDepth
              Defines   how   many   characters   are   used  for  hashing  in
              /var/lib/mailreader/cache directory Attention!  Please modify it
              only during first installation!  (default=2)

       SMTPPath
              Path  to  local  directory for temporary storage outgoing mails.
              It should have 0600 access mode and owned  by  user  which  runs
              http daemon.  (Default: www-data).

       AdvertisementPath
              Path  to local directory containing advertisements. Graphics for
              advertisements have to go  to  DocumentRoot  dir.  Please  check
              /var/lib/mailreader/ads/debian/ad.cfg                        and
              /var/lib/mailreader/ads/debian/ad.html for reference.

       Language
              Default language, which is proposed to use during first  use  of
              Mailreader
              ATTENTION !!!
              The  login  page still will be using default language set during
              instalation.  If you want  to  change  it  you  need  to  change
              LanguageOptions in /etc/mailreader/main.cfg

       LogPath
              Local  path  to  directory  containing mailreader.log file. This
              file have to be writeable for user running http daemon.

       FeedbackEmail
              Account receiving feedback emails from  user  (listed  on  login
              page)

       AddressBook
              Default  addressbook entries that are used when the user logs in
              the first time

              AddressBook=Rulez:           kim@holviala.com            +sUcks:
              bill@everyonehates.com

       CreateFakePasswords
              has  files  that  contain  user’s  passwords (with REALLY STUPID
              encoding). If that one is 1, then  the  directory  contains  not
              only  passwords  but  files that look like passwords that really
              aren’t.  Mind you, on the server side there is
              link between a password-file  and  rest  of  the  user’s  stuff.
              Password  file  will  be  deleted after closing session (or - if
              user quits without logout - ater 2 hours). Temp directory should
              have 0600 access mode.

       SMTPServers
              List  (separated  by a comma) of SMTP servers allowed to use for
              sending outgoing mails.  First server is default one.

       OverrideHELO
              Some SMTP servers only  let  you  in  if  your  HELO  domain  is
              correct.  Normally Mailreader uses users mailserver domain as
              , but since some servers refuse those this will make it possible
              to lie.

       OverrideMailFrom
              SMTP server requires MAIL FROM , usually  Mailreader  just  uses
              the  users  email  address,  but  sometimes  the server requires
              something else. This doesn’t actually affect the  reply  address
              of  the  email, or anything else. It’s just an convenient way to
              lie to the mailserver.

       FullHTTPHeaders
              If set, sends full http header including HTTP/1.0 200

       DefaultMailserver
              Default  POP3  server  showed  in  loginpage.  Please   consider
              modification  of /usr/lib/mailreader/html/login.html to restrict
              using Mailreader to specific POP3 servers.
              You can find sample file in /usr/share/doc/mailreader/login.html
              - find line with configServer text.

       AllowedMailservers
              List  of  POP3  servers  allowed  to  be reached from Mailreader
              Please note, that if someone enters an illegal  POP3  server  in
              login page program just exits without any note.

       AllowedHosts
              ???? Doesn’t work It’s just domain names separated with a comma.
              If the user is within the domains listed here,  no  problem.  If
              not, the user is silently logged into the main site :-).

       OutsideConnections
              if  this is 0 the the user is NOT logged into any other site but
              given an "access denied" instead.

       MaxLoginTime
              Maximum time of single session (in hours). After given time user
              will be logget out.

       NoAdvertisements
              Turn advertisements off.

       AfterLogout
              URL to http page showed after user logout.

       NoReverseLookup
              ????
              Copied  from original server.conf: Desable reverse DNS lookup on
              login

SEE ALSO

       mailreader.config (5) and http://www.mailreader.com

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by
       Wojciech Jeczmien <Wojciech.Jeczmien@ocean.univ.gda.pl>,
       for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).