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System Administration Guide: Network Services
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Chapter 14

Mail Services (Reference)

The sendmail program is a mail transport agent. The program uses a configuration file to provide aliasing and forwarding, automatic routing to network gateways, and flexible configuration. The Solaris OS supplies standard configuration files that most sites can use. Chapter 12, Mail Services (Overview) provides an introduction to the components of mail services and a description of a typical mail service configuration. Chapter 13, Mail Services (Tasks) explains how to set up and administer an electronic mail system. This chapter provides information about the following topics.

For details that are not covered in these chapters, see the following man pages:

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