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

NAME
mailusradm - Administer User Mail SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/sysman mailusradm [-ui cui [cuioptions] | gui [x resources]] OPTIONS
Specifies the user interface to be invoked. The choices are: Invokes the command line interface. Invokes the graphical user interface. Specific command line options that will be used to interact. Specifies the standard X11 resource options. For more information, see the X(1X) reference page DESCRIPTION
The Mail User Administration application is used by the system administrator to administer the mail system. Specifically, the mail adminis- trator can change the mail service type of a single user, a group of users, or all the users on a local system. The mail administrator can also delete defunct mail user accounts. The mail service types are: Local Mail Post Office Protocol (POP), which is designed to allow single user computers to retrieve electronic mail from a POP server. The POP server might be a computer with a permanent Internet connection where its clients might connect to it only occasionally. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), which is a protocol that allows a client to access and manipulate electronic mail messages on a server. IMAP allows the manipulation of remote message folders known as mailboxes. IMAP has operations for creating, delet- ing, and renaming mailboxes; for checking for new messages; for permanently removing messages; for searching; and for selective fetching of message attributes, text, and other portions. It does not specify a means of posting mail; a mail transfer protocol, such as SMTP, handles this function. Furthermore, the mail administrator can specify the use of mail passwords on users under POP and IMAP. mailusradm has two user interface options: Graphical user interface (GUI) Command line interface (CUI) Running the Graphical User Interface Option: The mailusradm application can be invoked from: The CDE Application Manager Application Group: System_Admin Desktop_Apps Subgroup: Configuration To start mailusradm from the command line, enter: /usr/sbin/sysman mailusradm -gui Running the Command Line Interface Option: To start the mailusradm command line interface, enter the following command from the terminal: /usr/sbin/sysman mailusradm -ui cui [cuiop- tions] RESTRICTIONS
You must have the appropriate privileges to use this application. FILES
Mail User Administration application Help Volume SEE ALSO
Commands: cyradm(1), dtmail(1), imapd(8), mailauth(8), mailconfig(8), popd(8) System Administration mailusradm(8)

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

NAME
bindconfig - Configures BIND services for a single system or cluster SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/bindconfig [-ui cui [clioptions] | gui [x resources]] /usr/sbin/sysman dns [-ui cui [clioptions] | gui [x resources]] OPTIONS
Specifies the user interface to be invoked. The choices are: Specifies command line interface. Specifies graphical user interface. Spe- cific command line options that will be used to interact with netconfig. The syntax is as follows: Provides a brief help message, listing all the configurable components along with the actions that can be performed on those components. Configurable components are indicated in Help output by a "-" prefix. Provides a detailed help message on how to configure the specified configurable component. Each action will be listed on a separate line with the attributes that can be used for the action. The configurable components are: Sets the respective variables in the /etc/rc.config.common file to denote that the system is configured as a BIND client. Sets the respective BIND variables in the /etc/rc.config.common file to denote that the system is configured as a BIND server, and allows the user to specify the boot, cache, and BIND database directory. The named daemon can be started and stopped during this configuration. Sets the resolution order in the /etc/svc.conf and /etc/svcorder files. Also sets the resolution parameters such as domain and name server in the /etc/resolv.conf file. This item must be configured in order for your system to run any BIND service as either a client or server. Configured only when the BIND service type is Server. Sets the domains of the zones the system has authority over in the /etc/namedb/named.boot file and creates files for the BIND database to be stored in. Resource records are specified for every zone configured, and the resource record data is stored in the respective zone database files. Used primarily to deconfigure BIND on a system, this removes all traces of BIND from the /etc/rc.con- fig.common, /etc/namedb/named.boot, /etc/resolv.conf, /etc/svcorder and /etc/svc.conf files and kills the named daemon if it is running. Used to perform a specific action on the selected component, optionally by altering the attribute's value for the selected component. A list of actions and their specific attribute-value pair will be listed by the clioption -configurable_component>Help. The actions are: Causes a new configuration to be created on the system for the selected component Modifies an existing configuration for the selected com- ponent Adds a new value to an attribute on an existing configuration for the selected component Deletes a value of an attribute on an existing configuration for the selected component Removes an existing configuration for the selected component Lists all the attribute- value pairs for the selected component on the system The x resources are standard X11 resource options. For more information, see the X(1X) reference page. DESCRIPTION
The Bind Configuration application, bindconfig, allows a system to be configured as a Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) Client, which queries a BIND server for host name and address information, interprets responses, and passes the information to requesting applications, or as a BIND Server, which is the authoritative source for information about a zone or zones. The BIND server either maintains the master copy of the hosts database for the zone or zones, or obtains the required information. Before using bindconfig, be sure to configure Network Interfaces using the Network Configuration Manager application. You can access net- config from the Configuration Checklist. If the Network Interfaces are down when you configure your system as either a BIND client or a BIND server, the named daemon will not start. Use bindconfig to: Configure the host system as a master nameserver for one or more zones, as a caching-only nameserver, or as a nameser- vice client Initialize and maintain BIND data files and generate resource records to manage areas such as: host name to address/address to host name mapping, host information, host name aliasing, name servers, mail exchange, and the cache file root server list Manage the BIND boot files, including creation of multiple zones of authority, designation of forwarders, and indication of slave configurations Maintain the resolver configuration file, specify queriable name servers, and specify an alternate domain search list The bindconfig application provides a host name and address lookup service for the Internet Network. The application distributes only the hosts database in the Tru64 UNIX operating system. You must have root privileges to run this application. The bindconfig command has three user interface options: Graphical user interface (GUI) Command line interface (CLI) Menu interface (Menu) Running the Graphical User Interface Option: To start bindconfig from the graphical user interface, do the following: Click on the Application Manager icon on the CDE front panel. Double click on the System_Admin application group icon. Double click on the Configuration application group icon. Double click on the BIND icon. To start bindconfig from the xterm, enter the following command from the xterm: /usr/sbin/sysman dns Running the Command Line Interface Option: To start the bindconfig command line interface, enter the following command from the xterm: sysman dns -ui cui [clioptions] Running the Menu Interface Option: To start the bindconfig menu interface, enter the following command from the xterm: sysman dns This option starts the setup script for bindsetup. For more information, see the bindsetup(8) reference page. Running Online Help: You can view online help for this application by entering the following at the command line: /usr/dt/bin/dthelpview -helpVolume /usr/dt/appconfig/help/C/BindConfig.sdl You can also view online help for this application by choosing Help from the menu bar in the GUI version. The Help pulldown menu is dis- played, providing the following options: Overview: Displays the Overview section of the help volume, which describes the purpose of the application, how to run the application, and how to exit the application. Tasks: Displays the Tasks section of the help volume, which describes how to use the application to perform various tasks. Reference: Displays the Reference section of the help volume, which describes all dialog boxes and dialog box components in the applica- tion. On Item: Activates the On Item help functionality by displaying a question mark as the cursor. When the cursor is positioned on any compo- nent in the application and you click on the component, a Help Viewer window is opened and the help for the selected component is displayed in the window. Using Help: Displays the standard CDE instructions on how to use the Help Viewer. About: Displays version, copyright, and trademark information for the application. EXAMPLES
The following example shows how to configure the system for a BIND client configuration using the command line interface: sysman dns -ui cui -resolver create domain=x.y.com ns=1.1.1.1 sysman dns -ui cui -client create The following example shows how to add an additional name server using the command line interface: sysman dns -ui cui -resolver add ns=1.1.1.2 search=y.y.com The following example shows how to con- figure the system as a BIND server using the command line interface: bindconfig -ui cui -server create domain=x.y.com boot=/etc/namedb/named.boot cache=/etc/namedb/named.ca dir=/etc/namedb active=yes The following example shows how to deconfigure all BIND services using the command line interface: bindconfig -ui cui -all purge FILES
Lists locally maintained host names and IP addresses The database name with the selected naming services Specifies the environment vari- ables that define the BIND configuration on your system Default BIND Files: BIND server data file directory BIND server boot file BIND server cache file BIND server local host reverse address host file BIND primary server hosts file BIND primary server reverse address hosts file BIND data file SEE ALSO
Commands: named(8), nslookup(8), rc.config(8), svcsetup(8), xauth(1X) Files: resolv.conf(4), svc.conf(4) Network Services: bind_intro(7) bindconfig(8)
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