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sendmail 8.13 Companion by Gregory Neil Shapiro, Claus Assmann, George Jansen, Bryan Costales

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A Useful Table

There is only one table in this chapter.

Logging Equates

When the LogLevel option level is 9 or above (24.9.56[3ed]), sendmail logs one line of information for each envelope sender and one line of information for each recipient delivery or deferral. See Table 14-1.

Table 14-1. what= in syslog output lines

what=

sendmail text reference

Description

action=

Section 14.1.2 [V8.13]

The Milter phase in effect

arg1=

14.5.1[3ed]

The argument to a check_ rule set

bodytype=

14.5.2[3ed]

The body type of the message

class=

14.5.3[3ed]

The Precedence: header’s value

ctladdr=

14.5.4[3ed]

The controlling user

daemon=

14.5.5[3ed]

The name of the sender’s daemon

delay=

14.5.6[3ed]

Total time to deliver

dsn=

14.5.7[3ed]

Show DSN status code

from=

14.5.8[3ed]

The envelope sender

len=

14.5.10[3ed]

The length of a too-long header value

mailer=

14.5.11[3ed]

The delivery agent used

milter=

Section 14.1.1 [V8.13]

The name of the Milter used to inhibit delivery

msgid=

14.5.12[3ed]

The Message-Id: header identifier

nrcpts=

14.5.13[3ed]

The number of recipients

ntries=

14.5.14[3ed]

The number of delivery attempts

pri=

14.5.15[3ed]

The initial priority

proto=

14.5.16[3ed]

The protocol used in transmission

quarantine=

Section 14.1.3 [V8.13]

The reason a message was quarantined

reject=

14.5.17[3ed]

The reason a message was rejected

relay=

14.5.18[3ed]

The host that sent or ...

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