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NAME

       citserver - Core of the Citadel Suite.

SYNOPSIS

       citserver  [-lLogFacility]  [-d]  [-f] [-D]  [-tTraceFile] [-xLogLevel]
       [-hHomeDir]

DESCRIPTION

       Citadel (the binary name is citserver)  is  the  core  of  the  Citadel
       Suite.  It provides Data-storage and Connection-oriented protocols like
       IMAP/POP/SMTP. Citserver will usualy  be  spawned  via  /etc/init.d  or
       inittab. Unless using the -h option you shouldn't run several instances
       at once. .SH OPTIONS

       SwitchResult

       -l     Log facility. Usually "mail"

       -d     daemonize (detach from controlling terminal)

       -D     print the directories the  server  would  access  to  stderr  on
              startup

       -t[TraceFile]
              Send log messages to a file instead of syslog

       -x[LogLevel]
              Verbosity level of logging (0 to 9)

       -h[HomeDir]
              Data  directory  for this Citadel installation. If the directory
              name begins with a  forward  slash,  it  is  an  absolute  path;
              otherwise  it is relative to the default. Watch the output of -D
              to observe the effects.

DEFAULTS

       Default port bindings opened by citserver:

       PortDescription

       25     SMTP

       110    POP3

       143    IMAP

       465    SMTPS

       504    Citadel protocol

       587    MSA

       993    IMAPS

       995    POP3S

       2020   ManageSieve Unix Domain Sockets opened by citserver:

       Socket namePurpose

       citadel.socket
              Citadel

       lmtp.socket
              LMTP

       lmtp-unfiltered.socket
              LMPT bypassing the Spamassassin facilities

FILES

       /usr/share/citadel-server/
              Citadels Messages and help files

       /var/lib/citadel/
              Citadel data files

       /var/run/citadel/
              volatile files like the Unix Domain Sockets

       /etc/citadel/
              Citadel configuration files

       /usr/local/citadel/
              when compiled in non-LHFS mode, all of the above.

       /etc/init.d/citadel/
              init script for CitServer; add reboot-safe parameters here.

       /etc/default/citadel/
              Optoins to  /etc/init.d/citadel/  in  LHFS  installations;  \add
              commandline options here.

HISTORY

       1987 - Now the Uncensored Communications Group

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