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NAME

citserver - Core of the Citadel Suite.  

SYNOPSIS

citserver [-lLogFacility] [-d] [-f] [-D] [-tTraceFile] [-xLogLevel] [-hHomeDir]  

DESCRIPTION

Citadel (the binary name is citserver) is the core of the Citadel Suite. It provides Data-storage and Connection-oriented protocols like IMAP/POP/SMTP. Citserver will usualy be spawned via /etc/init.d or inittab. Unless using the -h option you shouldn't run several instances at once. .SH OPTIONS
SwitchResult
-l
Log facility. Usually "mail"
-d
daemonize (detach from controlling terminal)
-D
print the directories the server would access to stderr on startup
-t[TraceFile]
Send log messages to a file instead of syslog
-x[LogLevel]
Verbosity level of logging (0 to 9)
-h[HomeDir]
Data directory for this Citadel installation. If the directory name begins with a forward slash, it is an absolute path; otherwise it is relative to the default. Watch the output of -D to observe the effects.
 

DEFAULTS

Default port bindings opened by citserver:
PortDescription
25
SMTP
110
POP3
143
IMAP
465
SMTPS
504
Citadel protocol
587
MSA
993
IMAPS
995
POP3S
2020
ManageSieve Unix Domain Sockets opened by citserver:
Socket namePurpose
citadel.socket
Citadel
lmtp.socket
LMTP
lmtp-unfiltered.socket
LMPT bypassing the Spamassassin facilities
 

FILES

/usr/share/citadel-server/
Citadels Messages and help files
/var/lib/citadel/
Citadel data files
/var/run/citadel/
volatile files like the Unix Domain Sockets
/etc/citadel/
Citadel configuration files
/usr/local/citadel/
when compiled in non-LHFS mode, all of the above.
/etc/init.d/citadel/
init script for CitServer; add reboot-safe parameters here.
/etc/default/citadel/
Optoins to /etc/init.d/citadel/ in LHFS installations; \add commandline options here.
 

HISTORY

1987 - Now the Uncensored Communications Group


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULTS
FILES
HISTORY

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