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PRALIASES(8)						      System Manager's Manual						      PRALIASES(8)

praliases - display system mail aliases SYNOPSIS
praliases [-C file] [-f file] [key ...] DESCRIPTION
The praliases utility displays the current system aliases, one per line, in no particular order. The special internal @:@ alias will be displayed if present. The options are as follows: -C file Read the specified sendmail configuration file instead of the default sendmail configuration file. -f file Read the specified file instead of the configured sendmail system aliases file(s). If one or more keys are specified on the command line, only entries which match those keys are displayed. The praliases utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs. FILES
/etc/mail/ The default sendmail configuration file. SEE ALSO
mailq(1), sendmail(8) $Date: 2013-11-22 20:51:53 $ PRALIASES(8)

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praliases(1)						      General Commands Manual						      praliases(1)

praliases - print system-wide sendmail aliases SYNOPSIS
file] file] [key ...] DESCRIPTION
prints out the contents of the alias data base used by to resolve system-wide mail aliases. The alias data base is built with the command or See sendmail(1M). The options are: Read the configuration file specified with this option instead of the default configuration file. Accesses the alias database built from file with the command If this option is not used, accesses the database built from the default alias file Note that accesses the database, not the alias file itself. If the alias file has changed since the alias database was last built, natu- rally the output of cannot match the contents of the alias file. Each key argument, if any, is looked up in the alias database. prints out the aliases to which each key expands in the form: where mailing list can be a comma-separated list of addresses to which the key resolves. Note can be used by privileged users only. RETURN VALUE
The utility exits with 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs. DIAGNOSTICS
key was not found in the alias database. EXAMPLES
The output reveals that is aliased to is aliased to and that there is no alias for the key WARNINGS
Because supports NIS aliases, some NIS key-words may appear in the output. These key-words, which include and may be safely ignored; they merely indicate that is properly updating the alias database. AUTHOR
was developed by the University of California, Berkeley. FILES
default alias file default alias database SEE ALSO
sendmail(1M). praliases(1)
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