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User:      docelic
Date:      2004-12-15 00:19:41 GMT
Modified:  .        TODO
Added:     refs     SendMailProgram
Keeping up with Racke's parallel commits this evening ;-)

- TODO: 2 new short-term items
- One more directive documented

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1.55      +6 -0      xmldocs/TODO

rev 1.55, prev_rev 1.54
Index: TODO
RCS file: /var/cvs/xmldocs/TODO,v
retrieving revision 1.54
retrieving revision 1.55
diff -u -r1.54 -r1.55
--- TODO	8 Dec 2004 14:46:33 -0000	1.54
+++ TODO	15 Dec 2004 00:19:40 -0000	1.55
@@ -2,6 +2,12 @@
 - For filters: add field which says whether filter's main purpose is to 
   add or remove text (or combined): subtypes: filter, add, transform.
+  (this needs to come between description and example, just like 
+  tags have BEHAVIOR field there, and confs will have global or catalog
+  directive indication in that place).
+- See why email and email-raw produce some errors about usertags olink ID
+- Since directives are in the same file, catconfs and globconfs which 
+  are common need to have 2 source contexts instead of one.
 - Ask ndw about including [NEW!] and [TODO!] in titles in TOC.

1.1                  xmldocs/refs/SendMailProgram

rev 1.1, prev_rev 1.0
Index: SendMailProgram
__NAME__ purpose
sendmail (or compatible) binary location

__NAME__ synopsis
<group choice='req'>
	<arg choice='plain'>filename</arg>

__NAME__ description
The directive specifies the location of the <command>sendmail</command>
binary (executable file).

__NAME__ notes
It is not required to specifically use the original
<command>sendmail</command> with this directive. Probably all available
<command>sendmail</command> replacements include the
<command>sendmail</command> binary of their own, but which is completely
compatible with the original implementation (regarding command line 
If this directive is not defined (and none of the defaults are available at
startup), it won't be possible to send any e-mails using standard &IC;

__NAME__ example: Setting SendMailProgram
SendMailProgram /usr/sbin/sendmail

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