|The Linux Mail User HOWTO|
(Vince wrote this section, but my policy is the same.)
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.
In particular, the Linux filesystem standard for pathnames is an evolving thing. What's in this document is there for illustration only based on the current standard at the time that part of the document was written and in the paths used in the distributions or `kits' I've personally seen. Please consult your particular Linux distribution(s) for the paths they use.
Feedback concerning the actual format of the document should go to the HOWTO coordinator - mail to firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Mail-User-HOWTO is copyrighted (c)1999 Eric S. Raymond. Copyright is retained for the purpose of enforcing the Linux Documentation Project license terms.
A verbatim copy may be reproduced or distributed in any medium physical or electronic without permission of the author. Translations are similarly permitted without express permission if it includes a notice on who translated it.
Short quotes may be used without prior consent by the author. Derivative work and partial distributions of the Mail-HOWTO must be accompanied with either a verbatim copy of this file or a pointer to the verbatim copy.
Commercial redistribution is allowed and encouraged; however, the maintainer would appreciate being notified of any such distributions (as a courtesy).
In short, we wish to promote dissemination of this information through as many channels as possible. However, we do wish to retain copyright on the HOWTO documents.
We further want that all information provided in the HOWTOS is disseminated. If you have questions, please contact the Linux HOWTO coordinator, at <email@example.com>.
Of course, we 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.
This was originally authored by Vince Skahan. I have rewritten it for the modern ISP-centric world in which UUCP is little more than a memory.
In May 1999, the name was changed from "The Linux Electronic Mail HOWTO" to avoid a collision with Guylhem Aznar's Mail HOWTO, which will become the Mail Administrator HOWTO.