Provided by: nullmailer_1.05-1_amd64 bug

NAME

       nullmailer-queue - insert mail messages into the queue

SYNOPSIS

       nullmailer-queue

DESCRIPTION

       This program reads a formatted mail message from standard input and safely injects it into
       the outgoing mail queue.

       The data sent into standard input is expected to  have  the  following  format:  one  line
       containing  the  envelope  sender,  one  or more lines containing the recipients, a single
       blank line, and then the contents of the message exactly as it is to be transmitted to the
       destination.   All  lines are terminated with a single line-feed character.  All addresses
       must contain a fully-qualified domain name.

RETURN VALUE

       Exits 0 if it successfully queues the message.  If it failed  to  queue  the  message,  it
       exits 1 and prints an error message to stdandard output.

CONTROL FILES

       adminaddr
              If  this  file  is  not  empty,  all recipients to users at either "localhost" (the
              literal string) or the canonical host name (from  /etc/mailname)  are  remapped  to
              this  address.  This is provided to allow local daemons to be able to send email to
              "somebody@localhost" and have it go somewhere sensible instead of being bounced  by
              your relay host.

OTHER FILES

       /var/spool/nullmailer/queue
              The directory into which the completed messages are moved.

       /var/spool/nullmailer/tmp
              The directory in which messages are formed temporarily.

       /var/spool/nullmailer/trigger
              A  pipe  used  to  trigger nullmailer-send to immediately start sending the message
              from the queue.

SEE ALSO

       nullmailer-inject(1), nullmailer-send(8)

LIMITATIONS

       This program should enforce system-wide configurable message length limits.

                                                                              nullmailer-queue(8)