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NAME

       damnit ‐ DAtabase MaNagement InTerface

SYNOPSIS

       damnit   [‐h]   [‐d <file> <value>]  [‐a  <file>  <value>]
[‐f <string>]
       [‐l <file>]

DESCRIPTION

       damnit  is  the  database  management  tool  for gnarwl(8)
systemadministra‐
       tors  to  list   and/or   manipulate   gnarwls   database
       intented  to  be  employed by the average user, who should
       only interface to gnarwl(8)

OPTIONS

       ‐h     Print usage information

       ‐f <string>
              Select  output format for  database  listing  (only
              ‐l).   <string> is the template for what the output
              like.  The   following   macros   are   recognized:
%entry,  %time,
              %tstamp,  \n  and  \t.  Translating  to  the  entry
              entrytime   (in   human   readable    form),    the
              stamp),  a  newline character, and a tab character.
              format  is: "%time ‐> %entry\n". Don’t  forget  the
              line.

       ‐d <file> [<value>]
              Delete  <value> from <file>. If <value> is  omited,
              read  <value>  from stdin  (one  per  line),  until
              empty line is detected.

       ‐a <file> [<value>]
              Add <value> to <file>. If <value> is already stored
              damnit   will   only   update   the  timestamp.  If
<value> is omited,
              damnit will read <value> from stdin (one per line),
              EOF or an emtpy line is detected.

       ‐l <file>
              List database file specified by <file>.

DATABASE FILES

       gnarwl  uses  hashfiles  for  storing information on disk.
       datasets consist of key and value pairs. The key is always
       minated  character string, while the  value  contains  the
       the  key  was  entered  (last  time)  into the file.  This
       type  time_t  (as  returned  by  time(2))  and  therefore,
gnarwls database
       files   are   not   copyable   between   different  system
architectures.

AUTHOR

       Patrick Ahlbrecht <p.ahlbrecht@billiton.de>

SEE ALSO

       gnarwl(8)

FILES

       /build/buildd/gnarwl3.6.dfsg/debian/gnarwl/var/lib/gnarwl/block/*
              Every   file   in   this  directory  represents  an
emailaddress,  gnarwl
              (already)  received  a mail for. Every time, gnarwl
              autorreply  for  an  address, the recepient of that
              into  the  according   file.    gnarwl   will   not
              autoreplies  for this sender/receiver combo,  until
              specified in gnarwl.cfg expires.

       /build/buildd/gnarwl3.6.dfsg/debian/gnarwl/var/lib/gnarwl/blacklist.db
              Emailaddresses   listed   as  keys in this file are
              autoresponding (the addresses of root,  postmaster,
              the  like  should be put herin). Note: The complete
mailaddress,
              as  it  would  appear  in  an   email,   must    be
              gnarwl checks these "as‐is".

       /build/buildd/gnarwl3.6.dfsg/debian/gnarwl/var/lib/gnarwl/badhead
       ers.db
              Each entry in this file represent a line  that  may
              the   header   of a received email. That is, gnarwl
              any mail, it is able to match a headerline with  an
              file.

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