cookbook 'exim4-light', '= 0.1.2', :supermarket
exim4-light (4) Versions 0.1.2 Follow5
Installs and configures exim4-light.
cookbook 'exim4-light', '= 0.1.2'
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This cookbook installs and configures exim4 for client or outbound relayhost.
- Debian 6.0+
May work on other platforms with or without modification.
attributes/default.rb for default values.
node['exim4']['user']- The exim4 user.
node['exim4']['configtype']- The main configuration type. One of
node['exim4']['other_hostnames']- Is used to build the local_domains list, together with `localhost. This is the list of domains for which this machine should consider itself the final destination.
node['exim4']['local_interfaces']- List of IP addresses the Exim daemon should listen on. If this is left empty, Exim listens on all interfaces.
satelliteit is possible to hide the local mailname in the headers of outgoing mail and replace it with this value instead, using rewriting.
node['exim4']['relay_domains']- Is a list of domains for which we accept mail from anywhere on the Internet but which are not delivered locally, e.g. because this machine serves as secondary MX for these domains.
node['exim4']['minimaldns']- Boolean option to activate some option to minimize DNS lookups.
node['exim4']['relay_nets']- A list of machines for which we serve as smarthost. Please note that
::1are always permitted to relay since
/usr/lib/sendmailis available anyway and relay control doesn't make sense here.
node['exim4']['use_split_config']- Boolean option that controls whether
false) or the multiple files below
true) as input.
node['exim4']['hide_mailname']- Boolean option that controls whether the local mailname in the headers of outgoing mail should be hidden. (Only effective for
node['exim4']['localdelivery']- Name of the default transport for local mail delivery. Defaults to mail_spool if unset, use maildir_home for delivery to
node['exim4']['smarthost_server']- Server to which all outgoing mail is passed to and that takes care of delivering it. All deliveries go out to TCP port 25 unless a different port is specified (use
smarthost_port). Colons in IPv6 addresses need to be doubled. If a port number follows, IP addresses may be enclosed in brackets, which might be the only possibility to specify delivery to an IPv6 address and a different port.
node['exim4'][smarthost_port]- TCP port for the mail server. If no port is given exim uses 25 by default.
node['exim4']['smarthost_login']- Login used for the smarthost.
node['exim4']['smarthost_pwd']- Password used for the smarthost.
node['exim4']['encrypted']['enabled']- Enable usage of encrypted data bag for smarthost credentials.
node['exim4']['encrypted']['bag']- Name of the encrypted data bag.
node['exim4']['encrypted']['item']- Name of the encrypted data bag item.
recipe[exim4-light] in your node or role runlist. By default
exim4 will be unconfigured. Set at least the
It is recommended to use an encrypted data bag to store your credentials. To
enable this feature, set
set the data bag and item names accordingly.
License and Author
Author:: Thomas Massmann firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright:: 2012-2013, Inqbus
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
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This cookbook has no specified dependencies.
There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.