Mail files and directories can be arranged by function.
|| Sets local system defaults for all users of the mail program.
A text file you can modify to set the default characteristics of the mail command.
|| Enables the user to change the local system defaults for
the mail facility.
|| Stores processed mail for the individual user.
|| Specifies three names linked to the same program. The mail
program is one of the user interfaces to the mail system.
|| Specifies the default mail drop directory. By default, all
mail is delivered to the /var/spool/mail/UserName file.
|| Performs local mail delivery.
|| Performs remote mail interface for BNU.
||Keeps the log file and temporary files that are associated with the locally
generated outbound messages in the mail queue.
|| Contains the log file and temporary files associated with the messages in the mail
||The sendmail command.
||Links to the /usr/sbin/sendmail. Using mailq is
equivalent to using the /usr/sbin/sendmail -bp command.
||Links to the /usr/sbin/sendmail file.
Using newaliases is equivalent to using the /usr/sbin/sendmail
||Specifies the ordering of certain name resolution services.
||Formats and prints the sendmail statistics
as found in the /etc/sendmail.st file if it exists.
The /etc/sendmail.st file is the default, but
you can specify an alternative file.
||Describes a text version of the aliases file for the sendmail command.
You can edit this file to create, modify, or delete aliases for your
||Describes a directory containing the aliases database files, DB.dir and DB.pag,
that are created from the /etc/mail/aliases file
when you run the sendmail -bi command.
||Contains the sendmail configuration information
in text form. Edit the file to change this information.
||Specifies a shell file that runs the mail queue and maintains
the sendmail log files in the /var/spool/mqueue directory.
||Collects statistics about mail traffic. This file does not
grow. Use the /usr/sbin/mailstats command to
display the contents of this file. Delete this file if you do not
want to collect this information.
||Describes a directory containing the temporary files, which contains the
locally generated outbound email, in the mail queue. Examples of temporary files include system
||Describes a directory containing the temporary files associated
with each message in the queue. The directory can contain the log
||Describes a directory containing files that the cron daemon
reads to determine which jobs to start. The root file
contains a line to start the smdemon.cleanu shell