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Index of rpms/fastforward

NameModification TimeSize

Parent Directory2011-09-29 20:10 -
fastforward-0.50-0.src.rpm2001-05-04 22:36 42k
fastforward-0.50.tar.gz1998-05-13 14:05 39k
fastforward.spec1998-05-13 14:25 2k

RPM File: fastforward-0.50-0.src.rpm

Name        : fastforward                  Relocations: (not relocateable)
Version     : 0.50                              Vendor: (none)
Release     : 0                             Build Date: Wed 13 May 1998 02:26:45 PM CST
Group       : Utilities/System              Source RPM: (none)
Size        : 41217                            License: Copyright
Packager    : Bruce Guenter <bruce.guenter@qcc.sk.ca>
URL         : ftp://koobera.math.uic.edu/www/fastforward.html
Summary     : qmail forwarding agent
Description :
fastforward handles qmail forwarding according to a cdb database. It can
create forwarding databases from a sendmail-style /etc/aliases or from
user-oriented virtual-domain tables.

fastforward supports external mailing lists, stored in a binary format
for fast access. It has a tool to convert sendmail-style include files
into binary lists.

fastforward is more reliable than sendmail. sendmail can't deal with
long aliases, or deeply nested aliases, or deeply nested include files;
fastforward has no limits other than memory. sendmail can produce
corrupted alias files if the system crashes; fastforward is crashproof.

fastforward's database-building tools are much faster than sendmail's
newaliases. Even better, fastforward deliveries don't pause while the
database is being rebuilt.

fastforward does not support insecure sendmail-style program deliveries
from include files; you can use qmail's secure built-in mechanisms
instead. fastforward does support program deliveries from /etc/aliases.

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