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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for pop3d_udb (redhat section n)

pop3d::udb(n)			     Tcl POP3 Server Package			    pop3d::udb(n)

       pop3d::udb - Simple user database for pop3d

       package require Tcl 8.2

       package require pop3d::udb ?1.0?

       ::pop3d::udb::new ?dbName?

       dbName option ?arg arg ...?

       dbName destroy

       dbName add user pwd storage

       dbName remove user

       dbName rename user newName

       dbName lookup user

       dbName exists user

       dbName who

       dbName save ?file?

       dbName read file

       The  package  pop3d::udb provides simple in memory databases which can be used in conjunc-
       tion with the pop3 server core provided by the package pop3d. The databases will  use  the
       names of users as keys and associates passwords and storage references with them.

       Objects	created  by  this  package can be directly used in the authentication callback of
       pop3 servers following the same interface as servers created by the package pop3d.

       ::pop3d::udb::new ?dbName?
	      This command creates a new database object with an associated  global  Tcl  command
	      whose  name is dbName.  The command dbName may be used to invoke various operations
	      on the database.	It has the following general form:

       dbName option ?arg arg ...?
	      Option and the args determine the exact behavior of the command.

       The following commands are possible for database objects:

       dbName destroy
	      Destroys the database object.

       dbName add user pwd storage
	      Add a new user or changes the data of an existing user. Stores password and storage
	      reference for the given user.

       dbName remove user
	      Removes the specified user from the database.

       dbName rename user newName
	      Changes the name of the specified user to newName.

       dbName lookup user
	      Searches	the  database  for the specified user and returns a two-element list con-
	      taining the associated password and storage reference, in  this  order.  Throws  an
	      error  if  the  user  could  not be found. This is the interface as expected by the
	      authentication callback of package pop3d.

       dbName exists user
	      Returns true if the specified user is known to the database, else false.

       dbName who
	      Returns a list of users known to the database.

       dbName save ?file?
	      Saves the contents of the database into the given file. If the file is  not  speci-
	      fied the system will use the path last used in a call to dbName read. The generated
	      file can be read by the read method.

       dbName read file
	      Reads the specified file and adds the contained user definitions to  the	database.
	      As  the  file  is  actually  source'd  a	safe interpreter is employed to safeguard
	      against malicious code. This interpreter knows the add command for adding users and
	      their  associated  data to this database. This command has the same argument signa-
	      ture as the method add. The path of the file is remembered internally  so  that  it
	      can be used in the next call of dbName save without an argument.

       pop3, internet, network, protocol, rfc1939

pop3d					       1.0				    pop3d::udb(n)

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