Mail::SRS - Interface to Sender Rewriting Scheme River stage zero No dependents

The Sender Rewriting Scheme preserves .forward functionality in an SPF-compliant world. SPF requires the SMTP client IP to match the envelope sender (return-path). When a message is forwarded through an intermediate server, that intermediate server m...

SHEVEK/Mail-SRS-0.31 - 19 Oct 2004 15:51:16 GMT

Mail::SRS::Daemon - modular daemon for Mail::SRS River stage zero No dependents

The SRS daemon listens on a socket for SRS address transformation requests. It transforms the addresses and returns the new addresses on the socket. It may be invoked from exim using ${readsocket ...}, and probably from other MTAs as well. See http:/...

SHEVEK/Mail-SRS-0.31 - 19 Oct 2004 15:51:16 GMT

srsc - a trivial commandline interface to srsd. River stage zero No dependents

What you type into srsc is sent over the socket to srsd. What it returns is printed. This client is provided for debugging purposes only and is not intended to be a part of the official toolset....

SHEVEK/Mail-SRS-0.31 - 19 Oct 2004 15:51:16 GMT

srs - command line interface to Mail::SRS River stage zero No dependents

The srs commandline interface will create an instance of Mail::SRS with parameters derived from the commandline arguments and perform forward or reverse transformations for all addresses given. It is usually invoked from a sendmail envelope address t...

SHEVEK/Mail-SRS-0.31 - 19 Oct 2004 15:51:16 GMT

srsd - daemon interface to Mail::SRS River stage zero No dependents

The srsd daemon listens on a socket for SRS address transformation requests. It transforms the addresses and returns the new addresses on the socket. It may be used from exim using ${readsocket ...}, from sendmail via a TCP socket in a rule, and prob...

SHEVEK/Mail-SRS-0.31 - 19 Oct 2004 15:51:16 GMT

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