First, convert all "at" in Emails address to "@".
It's simple for humans, but not for bots searching the web to spam ; therefore it's enough to protect generous contributors from being spammed !
The intent of this document is to answer some of the questions and comments that appear to meet the definition of "frequently asked questions" about e-mail software under Linux in general and the version in the Linux Debian and RedHat distributions in particular.
New versions of this document will be periodically posted to comp.os.linux.announce, comp.answers and mail.answers. They will also be added to the various anonymous ftp sites who archive such information including sunsite.unc.edu:/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO.
In addition, you should be generally able to find this document on the Linux WorldWideWeb home page at http://sunsite.unc.edu/mdw/linux.html.
I am interested in any feedback, positive or negative, regarding the content of this document via e-mail. Definitely contact me if you find errors or obvious omissions.
I read, but do not necessarily respond to, all e-mail I receive. Requests for enhancements will be considered and acted upon based on that day's combination of available time, merit of the request and daily blood pressure :-)
Flames will quietly go to /dev/null so don't bother.
Feedback concerning the actual format of the document should go to the HOWTO
coordinator : Greg Hankins (
gregh at sunsite.unc.edu).
The Mail-HOWTO is copyrighted (c) 1998 Guylhem Aznar.
Distributed under LDP copyright license.
If you have questions, please contact Greg Hankins, the Linux HOWTO coordinator,
gregh at sunsite.unc.edu.
Of course, I disavow any potential liability for the contents of this document. Use of the concepts, examples, and/or other content of this document is entirely at your own risk.