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    Command:

    qmail-local

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           qmail-local  [ -nN ] user homedir local dash ext domain sender default-
           delivery
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           qmail-local reads a mail message and delivers it to user by the  proce-
           dure described in dot-qmail(5).
    
           The  message's envelope recipient is local@domain.  qmail-local records
           local@domain in a new Delivered-To header field.  If exactly  the  same
           Delivered-To:  local@domain  already appears in the header, qmail-local
           bounces the message, to prevent mail forwarding loops.
    
           The message's envelope sender is sender.  qmail-local records sender in
           a new Return-Path header field.
    
           homedir is the user's home directory.  It must be an absolute directory
           name.
    
           dash and ext identify the .qmaildashext file used by  qmail-local;  see
           dot-qmail(5).   Normally  dash is either empty or a lone hyphen.  If it
           is empty, qmail-local treats a nonexistent .qmailext the same way as an
           empty   .qmailext:  namely,  following  the  delivery  instructions  in
           defaultdelivery.
    
           The standard input for qmail-local must be a  seekable  file,  so  that
           qmail-local can read it more than once.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -n     Instead  of reading and delivering the message, print a descrip-
                  tion of the delivery instructions.
    
           -N     (Default.) Read and deliver the message.
    
    
    

    EXIT CODES

           0 if the delivery is completely successful;  nonzero  if  any  delivery
           instruction failed.  Exit code 111 indicates temporary failure.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           dot-qmail(5),  envelopes(5),  qmail-command(8),  qmail-queue(8), qmail-
           send(8), qmail-lspawn(8)
    
                                                                    qmail-local(8)
    
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