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       damnit - DAtabase MaNagement InTerface


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


       damnit  is  the database management tool for gnarwl(8) . It allows systemadministrators to
       list and/or manipulate gnarwl's database files. It is not intented to be employed  by  the
       average user, who should use LDAP as the only interface to gnarwl(8)


       -h     Print usage information

       -f <string>
              Select  output  format for database listing (only meaningful with -l).  <string> is
              the template for what the  output  should  look  like.  The  following  macros  are
              recognized:  %entry,  %time, %tstamp, \en and \et. Translating to the entry itself,
              the entrytime (in human readable form), the entrytime  (as  timestamp),  a  newline
              character, and a tab character.  The default format is: "%time -> %entry\en". Don't
              forget the trailing newline.

       -d <file> [<value>]
              Delete <value> from <file>. If <value> is omited, damnit  will  read  <value>  from
              stdin (one per line), until either EOF or an empty line is detected.

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

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


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


       Patrick Ahlbrecht <>




              Every  file in this directory represents an emailaddress, gnarwl (already) received
              a mail for. Every time,  gnarwl  sends  out  an  autorreply  for  an  address,  the
              recipient of that mail is locked into the according file.  gnarwl will not send any
              further autoreplies for this sender/receiver combo, until the timeout specified  in
              gnarwl.cfg expires.

              Emailaddresses  listed  as keys in this file are not subject to autoresponding (the
              addresses of root, postmaster, webmaster and the like should be put  herin).  Note:
              The  complete  mailaddress, as it would appear in an email, must be specified here,
              as gnarwl checks these "as-is".

              Each entry in this file represent a line that may not occur  in  the  header  of  a
              received  email.  That  is,  gnarwl  won't reply to any mail, it is able to match a
              headerline with an entry in this file.