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NAME

     prayer.cf -- main Prayer configuration file

DESCRIPTION

     prayer.cf is the configuration file of prayer(8) and prayer-session(8).

SYNTAX

     For the most part, prayer.cf consists of option = value pairs, but some
     configuration items are more complex. All values may be enclosed in
     double quotes, which are stripped. Quotes must be used if a value
     contains a '#' character. Otherwise, everything following it is treated
     as a comment.  Any line can be folded using a '\' character at the end of
     the line; any linear white space at the beginning of the next line is
     removed.

     Simple options can be of the following types:

     string    No particular restrictions.

     path      A file or directory name. The configuration parser expands
               occurences of a few macros in settings of this type. See prefix
               and var_prefix below.

     boolean   The following forms are interpreted as true: 'true', 't', and
               '1'.  The following forms are interpreted as false: 'false',
               'nil', '0'.  Capitalisation does not matter.

     number    An integer number (sequence of digits 0-9), optionally
               immediately followed by a single letter 'K', causing the number
               to be multiplied by 1024, or 'M' multiplying it by 1024 . 1024.

     time      An integer number (sequence of digits 0-9) of seconds,
               optionally immediately followed by a single case-insignificant
               letter 's', which has no effect, 'm', causing the number to be
               multiplied by 60, 'h', multiplying it by 60 . 60, or 'd', for a
               multiple of 24 . 60 . 60.

     perm      A file permission mode; an octal number of exactly four digits,
               where the first digit must be 0.

OPTIONS

     prefix (string), var_prefix (string)
             The values of these options can be referred to as $prefix (or
             ${prefix}), and $var_prefix (or ${var_prefix}), respectively, in
             settings of type path in the rest of the file.

             Default: none. Need to be set only if referenced later.

     prayer_user (string), prayer_uid (number)
             User name or ID to setuid(2) to if started as root. Either, but
             not both, must be set and must not specify uid 0.  Default: none.

     prayer_group (string), prayer_gid (number)
             Group name or ID to setgid(2) to if we start off as root. In
             addition, prayer calls initgroups(3) if prayer_user is set.
             Default: none.

     prayer_background (boolean)
             Run prayer as background process. If true, prayer will return as
             soon as valid configuration is found.  Default: true

     file_perms (perm)
             Create mode for new files.  Default: 0640 if prayer_uid or
             prayer_user is set, otherwise 0644.

     directory_perms (perm)
             Create mode for new directories.  Default: 0750 if prayer_uid or
             prayer_user is set, otherwise 0755.

     check_directory_perms (boolean)
             Check existing directories under ${var_prefix}?

   Mail server settings
     imapd_server (string)
             Specifies the default IMAP server(s) using libc-client syntax:

                   host[:port][/flag[/flag]...]

             Multiple server specifications can be listed, separated by
             commas. Common flags are:
             /ssl              Use SSL-on-connect (on port 993 by default).
             /tls              Force use of TLS (using STARTTLS on the normal
                               IMAP port) to encrypt the session. Recommended
                               if the server is remote, since otherwise a
                               downgrade attack is possible.
             /notls            Don't issue STARTTLS even if the server
                               supports it. Recommended if the server is
                               localhost.
             /novalidate-cert  Don't check the integrity of the server
                               certificate.
             For the full list of flags, see naming.txt.gz in the current
             libc-client package.

     imapd_user_map (path)
             CDB lookup map overriding default imapd_server location. For
             information on CDB, see
             +o   http://cr.yp.to/cdb.html
             +o   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constant_Data_Base

     prefs_folder_name (string)
             Name of Prayer user preferences folder on IMAP server.

     use_namespace (boolean)
             Use IMAP NAMESPACE command to find personal_hierarchy and
             hiersep.  Default: true.

     personal_hierarchy (string)
             If not supplied by NAMESPACE.  Default: "".

     hiersep (string)
             If not supplied by NAMESPACE.  Default: "/".

     dualuse (boolean)
             Hint to Prayer that new mailboxes are dual use (i.e. can contain
             both mail and inferior mailboxes). Things will mostly work if
             dualuse set to false on a server which supports it, but people
             will be unable to create children of newly created mailboxes
             without refreshing the view.

             Default: false.

     sieved_server (string)
             Talk to Cyrus timsieved using MANAGESIEVE protocol. Syntax is
             similar to imapd_server, except the only recognised flag is /ssl.

     sieved_user_map (path)
             Can be used to provide individualised imapd_server settings in
             the form of a CDB file.

     sieved_timeout (time)
             Default timsieved timeout is 10 minutes

   Mail domain configuration
     local_domain
             Define a valid local domain, and optionally the valid local parts
             in that domain.  This is a special directive that can appear
             multiple times and does not use an equals sign:

             local_domain domain [map]

             Without map, local_domain simply defines a domain which will
             appear on the list visible to user preferences. With map, it also
             defines a list a CDB map file which defines valid entries in that
             domain; used for personal name expansion and checking for valid
             addresses: The keys are the valid local parts and the values are
             the corresponding full names of the users.

             Default: A single entry which corresponds to default_domain.

     return_path_domain (string)
             Domain used in the return address given to sendmail(8).  Default:
             the default domain.

     filter_domain_pattern (string)
             A filter pattern which is equivalent to, or at least approximates
             the list of local domains.  Default: the default domain.

     hostname (string)
             Hostname is the canonical name for this particular system, used
             in session and icon URLs which are generated by Prayer. This is
             derived automatically using gethostname(2) and gethostbyname(3)
             if no value is provided. However, there are situations,
             especially involving SSL certificates, where the default hostname
             may not be appropriate. The special value '__UNDEFINED__' here
             means the startup script or command line must provide a hostname
             using a --config-option override or via the environment variable
             PRAYER_HOSTNAME.  This is just a safeguard for systems which use
             DNS round robining to distribute load across a number of
             machines.

     hostname_service (string)
             Host name common for all Prayer installations part of the same
             webmail service. (Only) useful for large installations using DNS
             round robin for load balancing (example: webmail.hermes.cam.ac.uk
             is an alias for webmail[123].hermes.cam.ac.uk). This setting is
             used for two things: The user is redirected to this hostname
             after logging out, and HTTP requests are sanity checked against
             it in addition to the canonical hostname.

             Default: none

     fix_from_address (boolean)
             suppresses the From address option from the Preferences and Roles
             screens.  Default: false.

     lookup_rpasswd (path)
             Path to a CDB file that maps arbitrary search keys to colon- or
             comma-separated lists of user names.  Note: Keys must be
             lowercase; Prayer converts search strings to lowercase in order
             to provide case-insensitive lookup.

     lookup_rusername (path)
             Path to a second CDB file that maps arbitrary search keys to
             colon- or comma-separated lists of user names.

             If the user enters a valid and existing username according to
             getpwnam(3), Prayer does not search these first two CDB files,
             but skips directly to the second stage of looking up user
             information.

     lookup_username (path)
             Path to a CDB file that maps usernames to records consisting of
             the user's ``registered name'' and his/her affiliation
             (department), separated by a vertical bar ('|').  Additionally,
             if a second vertical bar follows, the account is regarded as
             cancelled.

             When presenting the search results, the usernames found are
             combined with the default_domain to form email addresses. It is
             not possible at this time to let users search for addresses in
             more than one domain using this facility.

     lookup_fullname (path)
             Path to a CDB file that maps usernames to ``display names'',
             possibly provided by the users themselves in some way. The
             display name of a user is used together with the email address in
             recipient fields

             Note that all four lookup options must be set to valid CDB files
             for the local lookup to work, but more than one option may
             conceivably point to the same file.

     ldap_server (string)
             Name or address of LDAP server.

     ldap_base_dn (string)
             Base DN to search. After binding anonymously, Prayer performs a
             one-level-scope search for entries with surname or mail
             attributes containing the search string. The following attributes
             are fetched and presented:
             +o   uid
             +o   displayName
             +o   cn (``registered name'')
             +o   ou (``affiliation'')
             +o   mail
             +o   telephoneNumber

     ldap_timeout (time)
             Search timeout.  Default: 30s.

   HTTP and other frontend settings
     use_http_port, use_https_port
             Define a single HTTP[S] port to bind to.  You can define an
             arbitary list of ports of both kinds by using a series of
             separate use_http_port and use_https_port directives, with one
             port on each line. Syntax:

                   use_http_port [interface:]port
                   use_https_port [interface:]port

             interface can be an IP (v4 or v6) address or a hostname. If
             provided, it is passed to getaddrinfo(3) for resolution, and the
             first resulting address is used to bind to. Otherwise, prayer(8)
             binds to port on all interfaces.

     ssl_default_port (number)
             Prayer will put a warning on the login page for HTTP connections
             if both HTTP and HTTPS sessions are available. This will provide
             a link to the SSL version of the service, defaulting to port 443
             or failing that the first defined HTTPS port. ssl_default_port
             overrides the built in logic.

             Should be rarely required now that Prayer automatically derives
             an appropriate port if none is provided here.

     ssl_cert_file (path)
             Locatation of SSL certificate file (only used if SSL ports
             defined).  Required if we are going to provide SSL services.

     ssl_privatekey_file (path)
             Location of SSL private key file (only used if SSL ports
             defined).  Required if we are going to provide SSL services.

     ssl_rsakey_lifespan (time)
             Master server will regenerate shared RSA key at this interval.
             Default: 15m.

     ssl_rsakey_freshen (time)
             RSA key remains fresh in child process for this long after first
             actual use.  Default: 15m.

     ssl_session_timeout (time)
             SSL session cache TTL.  Default: 0 (SSL session cache not used).
             prayer-ssl-prune(8) should be run periodically to purge any stale
             session data from the DBD database.

     egd_socket (path)
             Path to entropy gathering daemon socket. If provided, it will be
             used in place of or in addition to /dev/urandom

     contact_email (string)
             System administrator email address.  This setting is currently
             not used. If you want to display support information to your
             users, customise the templates.

     fatal_dump_core (boolean)
             Dump core on fatal() error.  Default: false.

     log_debug (boolean)
             Enable somewhat more verbose logging, mainly in relation to SSL.
             Default: false.

     fix_client_ipaddr (boolean)
             Client must connect from consistent IP addresses. May be useful
             as a security measure in LAN environments. Painful for dialup
             users whose connections may drop out.  Default: false.

     gzip_allow_nets (string), gzip_deny_nets (string)
             prayer-session(8) gzip-compresses pages sent to clients if:
             1.   gzip compression enabled at compile time,
             2.   use_gzip is set in user preferences,
             3.   User agent is known to support Content-Encoding: gzip,
             4.   User agent asks for Content-Encoding: gzip or x-gzip,
             5.   IP address of client appears in gzip_allow_nets or IP
                  address of client does not appear in gzip_deny_nets.

             The format of these options is a sequence of ipaddr[/masklen]
             items, separated by colons and whitespace (to allow for IPv6
             addresses to be parsed easily). If masklen is omitted, the item
             is interpreted as a full host address.

     log_name_nets (string)
             A network list in the same format as gzip_allow_nets above. To
             avoid delay when a user logs in, prayer-session(8) only performs
             a reverse lookup of the remote address if matches this list.
             Default: empty; no reverse lookup are performed.

     limit_vm (number)
             Virtual memory limit imposed on each process to stop runaway
             process killing system. See setrlimit(2).  Default: no limit.

     http_max_method_size (number)
             Prayer should in theory be able to cope with input of arbitrary
             size. In practice however, the incoming request has to be stored
             somewhere and without limits an attacker may exhaust available
             memory, causing a denial of service attack.

             This sets the maximum size of the initial line of an HTTP
             request.  Default: no limit.

     http_max_hdr_size (number)
             Maximum for headers associated with this request.

     http_max_body_size (number)
             Maximum for HTTP payload. This is the most significant one in
             normal use.

     draft_att_single_max (number)
             Maximum size of a single attachment when composing a mail.
             Default: 0 (unlimited).

     draft_att_total_max (number)
             Maximum size of all attachments.  Default: 0 (unlimited).

     http_min_servers (number)
             Minimum number of preforked prayer(8) HTTP servers. The master
             process forks new slave processes whenever the number of idle
             slaves falls below this number, unless the total number of slaves
             would exceed http_max_servers.  Default: 4.

     http_max_servers (number)
             Maximum number of preforked prayer(8) HTTP servers (active and
             idle). The master process does not, however, enforce any maximum
             number of idle slave processes; they have to terminate
             voluntarily by timing out or serving the maximum number of
             connections.  Default: 64.

     http_max_connections (number)
             Maximum number of connections that each frontend server will
             process.  Default: 0 (no limit).

     http_timeout_idle (time)
             Timeout for (dirty) spare server waiting for another HTTP
             connection.  Default: 30s.

     http_timeout_icons (time)
             Timeout for HTTP connection that last served static content.
             Default: 10s.

     http_timeout_session (time)
             Timeout for HTTP connection that last served a session URL or has
             not served anything yet.  Default: 60s.

     http_cookie_use_port (boolean)
             Present HTTP cookies to browser as ``username:port=value'' rather
             than ``username=value''.  Allows simultaneous login sessions from
             a single client browser.  However can leave a trail of cookies
             behind. Probably don't want this in the long term, it's here for
             experimentation purposes only at the moment.

     icon_expire_timeout (time)
             The amount of time in the future to set the HTTP Expires: field
             for static content. Default: 7d.  (In contrast sessions URLs
             expire immediately: Browsers really shouldn't be trying to cache
             this stuff, especially when it is coming in over HTTPS).

   Session specific configuration
     session_idle_time (time)
             Session switches to idle mode after this much time: connections
             to IMAP and accountd servers are shut down.  Default: 0 (idle
             mode disabled).

     session_timeout (time)
             Session terminates after this much idle time.  '0' means session
             never times out.  Default: 4h.

     session_timeout_compose (time)
             Session terminates after this much idle time instead when the
             last command was 'compose' or 'sieve'.  It should probably not be
             set lower than session_timeout.  Default: 0 (always use the same
             timeout).

     stream_ping_interval (time)
             Ping INBOX, Other, and Draft streams at this interval.  Default:
             5m.

     stream_checkpoint (boolean)
             Use CHECKPOINT instead of PING to "ping" streams. Default: true.

     stream_misc_timeout (time)
             Shut down Postponed, Preferences and Transfer streams entirely
             after this much idle time, but only if idle mode doesn't beat us
             to it.  Default: 0 (disabled).

     log_ping_interval (time)
             stat(2) log files at this interval to see if target file has been
             renamed or removed.  '0s' means stat() log file every time
             something is logged.  Default: 5m.

     db_ping_interval (time)
             Interval at which to re-read CDB files containing the local
             domain.  Default: 30m.

     recips_max_msg (number)
             Maximum number of recipients per message.  Default: 0
             (unlimited).

     recips_max_session (number)
             Maximum number of recipients per session. Automatically creates
             file in sending_block_dir if limit reached and that is defined.
             Default: 0 (unlimited).

     sending_allow_dir (path)
             Create empty file named user in this directory to disable
             recips_max_session for that user.

     sending_block_dir (path)
             Create empty file named user in this directory to disable
             outgoing email for that user (automatic defense against phishing
             attacks).

   Display specific configuration
     login_banner (string)
             Used in the <title> and heading of the login page Default:
             "Webmail Service Login".

     login_service_name (string)
             Used in the <title> and elsewhere to refer to the webmail system
             after the user has logged in. Default: "Prayer".

     login_template (string)
             Template to use on the login screen.

     login_insert1_path (path)
             Optional file to include in login page template (as
             $login_insert1).

     login_insert2_path (path)
             Optional file to include in login page template (as
             $login_insert2).

     motd_path (path)
             File to use as the part of the login page immediately following
             the login form.

     ssl_encouraged (boolean)
             If the user connects over unencrypted HTTP, do not show the login
             form on the start (/) page. A link to /login, where the form is
             still displayed, is still provided. Default: false. Ignored if
             ssl_redirect or ssl_required is true.

     ssl_redirect (boolean)
             If the user connects over unencrypted HTTP, return a '302'
             redirect to the default SSL port. Only the start (/) page is
             redirected and it may be possible to switch between http and
             https after loggin in, subject to cookie rules.

             Default: false.

     ssl_required (boolean)
             Return a '403 Forbidden' error if the user tries to access
             anything over unencrypted HTTP.  ssl_redirect still has effect,
             however.

     list_addr_maxlen (number)
             The maximum number of characters to show from addresses on the
             mailbox list screen.  Default: 30.

     list_subject_maxlen (number)
             The maximum number of characters to show from the subject on the
             mailbox list screen.  Default: 30.

     change_max_folders (number)
             The maximum number of folders allowed in the quick folder change
             dropdown list. If there would be too many folders, the quick list
             is disabled altogether. Only folders that are expanded in the
             folder view are included.

             Default: 20.

     template_path (path)
             Path to uncompiled template sets (directories).  Default:
             "../templates" (relative to tmp_dir).

     template_set (string)
             Template set to use.  Default: "xhtml_strict".

     template_use_compiled (boolean)
             Use the compiled-in templates, ignoring template_path.  Default:
             true.

     theme   Define themes and their colors.  Semi-deprecated; Colours set
             with this directive are only used by the xhtml_transitional
             template set. The xhtml_strict template set, as well as the login
             screen, use CSS instead. It is still necessary to tell Prayer
             which themes are available, however.

             Syntax:

                   theme name description description
                   theme name element colour
                   theme name element colour
                   ...

             description is the label shown in the theme dropdown lists on the
             General Preferences page.

             element is one of fgcolor, fgcolor_link, bgcolor, bgcolor_banner,
             bgcolor_row1, bgcolor_row2, bgcolor_status, bgcolor_status_none,
             fgcolor_quote1, fgcolor_quote2, fgcolor_quote3, and
             fgcolor_quote4.  The first three are not used by any standard
             template set, but are available.  Please study the templates to
             understand how the rest are used.

             colour is any valid HTML %Color value. Remember that strings
             containing hash marks need to be quoted.

     theme_default_main (string)
             The name of the default theme.

     theme_default_main (string)
             The name of the default theme in help mode.

     use_ispell_language
             Ispell languages that we want to support, with some descriptive
             text for the preferences screen. Syntax:

                   use_ispell_language wordlist description

             Example:

                   use_ispell_language british "British English"

   Paths etc.
     aspell_path (path)
             Location of Aspell Binary (takes precedence over ispell_path).

     bin_dir (path)
             Location of Prayer binaries (prayer(8) and prayer-session(8)).
             Default: none. Must be set.

     icon_dir (path)
             Location of icon files.  Default: none. Must be set.

     ispell_path (path)
             Location of Ispell Binary (backwards compatibility only).

     log_dir (path)
             Location of log files.  Default: none. Must be set.

     pid_dir (path)
             Location for PID files of prayer and prayer-session master
             processes.  Default: none. Must be set.

     sendmail_path (path)
             Location of sendmail binary or drop in replacement such as Exim.
             Default: /usr/lib/sendmail.

     socket_dir (path)
             Location for unix domain sockets which connect (prayer(8) to
             prayer-session(8)).

     socket_split_dir (boolean)
             Split socket directory into 64 subdirs keyed on first letter of
             sessionID. It is possible to switch back and forth without moving
             sockets or killing sessions, since prayer(8) tries both variants.
             In effect, this setting merely controls where prayer-session(8)
             creates the socket files. Default: false.

     init_socket_name (string)
             Name of Unix domain socket (in socket_dir) used for initial
             handshake between prayer and prayer-session processes when a user
             logs in.  Default: none. Must be set.

     ssl_session_dir (path)
             Location of the SSL session cache database.  Default: none. Must
             be set, even if the SSL session cache is disabled.

     static_dir (path)
             Location of other static files (CSS).  Default: none. If unset,
             Prayer will not serve CSS files.

     tmp_dir (path)
             As the directory both daemons chdir(2) to at startup, it is where
             temporary files, such as attachments and folders in transist
             during upload and download operations, are written. Core files
             also end up here.  Default: none. Must be set.

   Defaults for user preferences
     confirm_logout (boolean)
             Confirmation dialogue when user logs out.  Default: true.

     confirm_expunge (boolean)
             Confirmation dialogue when user hits expunge.  Default: false.

     confirm_rm (boolean)
             Confirmation dialogue when user deletes mail folder or directory.
             Default: true.

     default_domain (string)
             Default domain for outgoing mail. Defaults to hostname setting.

     expunge_on_exit (boolean)
             Expunge deleted messages from inbox automatically on logout.
             Default: false.

     html_inline (boolean)
             Show text/html bodyparts inline. Content is scrubbed to remove
             dangerous tags. text/html will be displayed in preference to
             text/plain if this is set Default: true.

     html_remote_images (boolean)
             Show remote images automatically. If this is not set, "Show
             unsafe images" links will appear on pages showing HTML mail.
             Default: false.

     html_inline_auto (boolean)
             Same as above for text/* bodyparts which start "<HTML>" (case-
             independent!)  Does anyone other than spammers actually use this?
             Default: true.

     ispell_language (string)
             Language for ispell.  Default: "british".

     msgs_per_page (number)
             Number of messages per screen on message list screen.  Default:
             12.

     msgs_per_page_max (number)
             Maximum value that users are allowed to set msgs_per_page to.
             Default: 50.

     msgs_per_page_min (number)
             Minimum value that users are allowed to set msgs_per_page to.
             Default: 4.

     abook_per_page (number)
             Number of addressbook entries per page on address book list
             screen.  Default: 12.

     abook_per_page_max (number)
             Maximum value that users are allowed to set abook_per_page to.
             Default: 50.

     abook_per_page_min (number)
             Minimum value that users are allowed to set abook_per_page to.
             Default: 4.

     maildir (string)
             Mail directory in user's account.  Default: "".  Typically needed
             with uw-imap. Typically not needed with e.g. Dovecot or Courier.

     suppress_dotfiles (boolean)
             Supress dotfiles from directory listing.  Default: true.

     postponed_folder (string)
             Name of the folder where messages to be sent later, a.k.a.
             drafts, are stored.  Default: "postponed-msgs".

     sent_mail_folder (string)
             Name of folder for sent mail.  Default: "sent-mail".

     small_cols (number)
             Width of small compose textarea in columns.  Default: 80.

     small_rows (number)
             Height of small compose textarea in lines.  Default: 18.

     large_cols (number)
             Width of large compose textarea in columns.  Default: 80.

     large_rows (number)
             Height of large compose textarea in lines.  Default: 32.

     sort_mode (string)
             Default Sort mode for mailbox list. One of ARRIVAL, DATE, FROM,
             TO, CC, SIZE, SUBJECT, REFERENCES, ORDEREDSUBJECT.  Default:
             ARRIVAL is most efficient, and recommended.

     sort_reverse (boolean)
             Favour reverse sort rather than normal sort order?  Default:
             false.

     abook_sort_mode (string)
             Default Sort mode for addressbook list. One of: ORDERED, ALIAS,
             NAME, COMMENT, ADDRESS.  Default: ORDERED.

     abook_sort_reverse (boolean)
             Favour reverse sort rather than normal sort order?  Default:
             false.

     line_wrap_len (number)
             Wrap lines at this many characters.  Default: 76.

     line_wrap_advanced (boolean)
             Enable advanced line wrap options?  Default: false.

     line_wrap_on_reply (boolean)
             Line wrap automatically on reply.  Default: true.

     line_wrap_on_spell (boolean)
             Line wrap automatically on spell check.  Default: true.

     line_wrap_on_send (boolean)
             Line wrap automatically on send.  Default: true.

     preserve_mimetype (boolean)
             Send message Content-Type through to browser. If false,
             Content-Type is replaced with 'application/octet-stream' which
             should force download to local disk, bypassing any automatic
             processing of bodyparts by the User-Agent. Unclear at the moment
             whether we need to do this, or whether this should be done
             selectively based on the User-Agent.  Default: true.

     use_sent_mail (boolean)
             Make the ``Save copy'' checkbox on the compose screen checked
             default.  Default: true.

     use_mark_persist (boolean)
             Use persistent mark for aggregate operations.  Default: false.

     use_search_zoom (boolean)
             Zoom automatically after sucessful search Default: true.

     use_agg_unmark (boolean)
             Unmark messages after sucessful aggregate operation.  Default:
             true.

     use_icons (boolean)
             Use icons: may be overriden by value of User-Agent.  Default:
             true.

     use_welcome (boolean)
             Enable welcome screen .  Default: true.

     use_tail_banner (boolean)
             Duplicate banner icons (toolbar) at the bottom of the Message
             screen.  Default: true.

   Hidden preferences
     The following options are internally handled as user preferences, but the
     Preferences screen no longer provides any means for changing them.

     use_cookie (boolean)
             Use HTTP cookie for Session-ID, if the browser supports cookies
             If disabled, or user rejects the cookie, then the session-ID is
             stored in the URL.  Default: true.

     use_substitution (boolean)
             Use page substiution rather than HTTP redirects. Faster, but the
             URLs that are generated are less predictable.  Page substitution
             and browser history mechanism don't coexist well at the moment
             (Prayer would need to cache final page value for each substiution
             event).

             Default: true.

     use_http_1_1 (boolean)
             Allow HTTP/1.1, if the browser supports it.  Default: true.

     use_pipelining (boolean)
             Allow HTTP/1.1 pipelining, if the browser supports it.  Default:
             true.

     use_persist (boolean)
             Allow persistent HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 persistent connections, if
             the browser supports them.  Default: true.

     use_short (boolean)
             Allow short URLs, if the browser supports them.  Default: true.

     use_gzip (boolean)
             Allow gzip compression, if the browser supports it.  Default:
             true.

SEE ALSO

     prayer(8), prayer-session(8)

AUTHORS

     This manual page was put together by Magnus Holmgren
     <holmgren@debian.org> using documentation written by
     David Carter <dpc22@cam.ac.uk>.