General-Purpose Mail Package
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The following configuration file statements affect the behavior of
|debug||See debug statement.|
|tls||See tls statement.|
|tls-file-checks||See tls-file-checks statement.|
|mailbox||See mailbox statement.|
|locking||See locking statement.|
|logging||See logging statement.|
|pam||See pam statement.|
|sql||See sql statement.|
|virtdomain||See virtdomain statement.|
|radius||See radius statement.|
|ldap||See ldap statement.|
|auth||See auth statement.|
|server||See Server Settings.|
|acl||See acl statement.|
|tcp-wrappers||See tcp-wrappers statement.|
Configure the use of TLS encryption for inetd mode.
In daemon mode, this statement sets the type of TLS encryption to
use in all server blocks that lack the
(see Server Statement).
Allowed values for mode are:
TLS is not used. The
STLS command won’t be available even if
the TLS configuration is otherwise complete.
TLS is initiated when the user issues the appropriate command. This is the default when TLS is configured.
Same as above, but the use of TLS is mandatory. The authentication state is entered only after TLS negotiation has succeeded.
TLS is always forced when the connection is established (POP3S protocol).
On startup, clear deletion marks from all the messages.
Automatically expire read messages after n days. See Auto-expire, for a detailed description.
Delete expired messages upon closing the mailbox. See Auto-expire, for a detailed description.
Set the minimal allowed delay between two successive logins. See Login delay, for more information.
Set the name of login statistics file for the
facility. See Login delay, for more information.
Get bulletins from the specified mailbox. See Bulletins, for a detailed description.
Set bulletin database file name. See Bulletins, for a detailed description.
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