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SENDMAILCONFIG(8) System Manager's Manual SENDMAILCONFIG(8)
sendmailconfig - configure sendmail for Debian systems
sendmailconfig is used to simplify the configuration of sendmail(8) for use on Debian systems.
In the simplest case, you may run this program to (re)configure sendmail for your Debian system at any time. It will modify the file
/etc/mail/sendmail.mc in order to create a working sendmail configuration which will be written to the file /etc/mail/sendmail.cf.
For advanced configurations, you can modify the sendmail.mc file before generating sendmail.cf. Future invokations of sendmailconfig will
preserve these changes provided they are made at the end of the file.
Normally sendmailconfig will ask if you want to reload sendmail after making changes to its configuration. The --no-reload option will
avoid this question.
sendmail m4 input to generate sendmail.cf
actual sendmail configuration file
names for which we will accept mail in the standard configuration
names of trusted users in the standard configuration
Robert Leslie <email@example.com>