Chapter 23. The K (Database-Map) Configuration Command
Database-maps can be used to look up information in databases, to perform transformations (such as dequoting), to perform computations, and to store values into macros.
What’s New with V8.13
V8.13 sendmail has expanded the roles of database-maps in the following ways:
ldapdatabase-map switches have been added:
-w(Section 188.8.131.52 [V8.13]) allows you to specify the LDAP API/protocol version to use;
-H(Section 184.108.40.206 [V8.13]) allows you to specify an LDAP URI instead of specifying the LDAP server with both the
-hhost (220.127.116.11[3ed]) and
LDAP Recursion has been added (Section 23.1.2[V8.13]) with support for the
AliasFileoption (24.9.1[3ed]) and class macros.
ldap_routingfeature’s third argument may now be a literal
sendertooto reject nonexistent envelope sender addresses. (Section 23.1.3 [V8.13])
ldap_routingfeature has had its arguments expanded from four to six. Support has been added to suppress an extra lookup of part of an unmatched address and to specify how to handle connection errors to and temporary failures from the LDAP server (Section 23.1.4 [V8.13]).
dnsblfeature (7.2.1[3ed]) no longer uses the
hostdatabase-map type to look up addresses. Instead, it now uses the
dnsdatabase-map type (Section 9.1.1 [V8.13]). The
mcmacro (Section 9.1.1 [V8.13]) has been added to help tune the use of the
dnsdatabase-map type with the
dnsblfeature. (These new ...