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Each user on a Linux system has a mail address, and whenever you send mail, you are required to provide the address of the user to whom you are sending the message. For users on your local Linux system, addresses can consist of only the user's login name. When sending messages to users on other systems, however, you need to know not only the login name, but also the address of the system they are on. Internet addresses require the system address to be uniquely identified.
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Most systems have Internet addresses you can use to send mail. Internet addresses use a form of addressing called domain addressing. A system is assigned a domain name, which when combined with the system name, gives the system a unique address. This domain name is separated from the system name by a period and may be further qualified by additional domain names. Here is the syntax for domain addresses:
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login-name@system-name.domain-name
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Systems that are part of a local network are often given the same domain name. The domain name for both the garnet and violet systems at UC Berkeley is berkeley.edu. To send a message to chris on the garnet system, you simply include the domain name:
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chris@garnet.berkeley.edu.
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In the next example, a message is sent to chris, located on the garnet system, using domain addressing:
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$ mail chris@garnet.berkeley.edu < mydata
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Early domain names reflect that the Internet was first developed in the United States. They qualify Internet addresses by category, such as commercial, military, or educational systems. The domain name .com indicates a commercial organization, whereas .edu is used for educational institutions. As the Internet developed into a global network, a set of international domain names was established. These domain names indicate the country in which a system is located-for example, .fr represents France, .jp represents Japan, and .us represents the United States.
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You can end your e-mail message with the same standard signature information, such as your name, Internet address or addresses, or farewell phrase. Having your signature information automatically added to your messages is helpful. To do so, you need to create a signature file in your home directory and enter your signature information in it. A signature file is a standard text file you can edit using any text editor. Mail clients such as KMail enable you to specify a file to function as your signature file. Others, such as Mail, expect the signature file to be named .signature.
MIME
MIME (the term stands for Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) is used to enable mail clients to send and receive multimedia files and files using different character sets such as those for different languages. Multimedia files can be images, sound, or even video. Mail clients that support MIME can send binary files automatically as attachments to messages. MIME-capable mail clients maintain a file called mailcap that maps different types of MIME messages to applications on your system that can view or display them. For example, an image file will be mapped to an application that can display images. Your mail clients can then run that program to display the image message. A sound file will be mapped to an application that can play sound files on your speakers. Most mail clients have MIME capabilities built in and use their own version of the mailcap file. Others, like Elm, use a program called metamail that adds Pine support. MIME is not only used in mail clients. As
noted in s 8 and 9, both the KDE and Gnome file managers use MIME to map a file to a particular application so that you can launch the application directly from the file. Applications are associated with binary files by means of the mailcap and mime.types files. The mime.types file defines different MIME types, associating a MIME type with a certain application. The mailcap file then associates each MIME type with a specified application. Your system maintains its own MIME types file, usually /etc/mime.types. Entries in the MIME types file associate a MIME type and possible subtype of an application with a set of possible file extensions used for files that run on a given kind of application. The MIME type is usually further qualified by a subtype, separated from the major type by a slash. For example, a MIME type image can have several subtypes such as jpeg, gif, or tiff. A sample MIME type entry defining a MIME type for JPEG files is shown here. The MIME type is image/jpeg, and the list of possible file extensions is "jpeg jpg jpe."
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