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You can also make entries directly in the .fetchmailrc file. An entry in the .fetchmailrc file for a particular mail account consists of several fields and their values: poll, protocol, username, and password. Poll is used to specify the mail server name, and protocol, the type of protocol used. Notice you can also specify your password, instead of having to enter it each time Fetchmail accesses the mail server. The syntax for an entry follows:
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You can use abbreviations for certain field names if you want: proto for protocol, user for username, and pass for password. An example follows for a POP3 server and an account with the username chris and the password mypass:
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You can specify a default entry for any of these fields and not have to repeat them for each account entry. The default must be placed before the mail server entries. The following example sets the default protocol to POP3 and the username to chris:
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This next example would reference the chris account with the password newpass on the popd.train.com mail server using the POP3 protocol. The missing fields are filled in by default.
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Fetchmail enables you to download messages to a specific user on your local system. In fact, you can access several accounts on the remote system and have them downloaded to specific users on the your local system. This is useful when running Fetchmail in daemon mode.
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Essentially, Fetchmail is transferring mail from one set of remote accounts to corresponding ones on your local system. You could even have Fetchmail download from one remote account to several local ones, sending copies of the same mail to each. This is helpful if you are using several accounts on your Linux system, or if a group of users is using an account on the remote server for group mail. Local users are specified with the keyword is or to followed by the usernames, terminating with the keyword here. The following examples show different ways of specifying local users. The last entry will send all mail retrieved from the mynewsletter account to the users larisa, aleina, and dylan.
poll popd.mynet.com proto pop3 user chris password mypass is chris here poll popd.othernet.com proto pop3 user neil password mypass is chris here poll popd.mynet.com proto pop3 user cece password mypass to cecelia grannycece here poll popd.mynet.com proto pop3 user mynewsletter password mypass to larisa aleina dylan here
Note Fetchmail also supports a multidrop mailbox feature. You can have several users' mail sent to one mailbox on the mail server, and then download it from there to the inboxes for their Linux accounts.
18: Usenet and Newsreaders
Overview
Usenet is an open mail system on which users post news and opinions. It operates like a system-wide mailbox that any user on your Linux system can read or send messages to. Users' messages are incorporated into Usenet files, which are distributed to any system signed up to receive them. Each system that receives Usenet files is referred to as a site. Certain sites perform organizational and distribution operations for Usenet, receiving messages from other sites and organizing them into Usenet files, which are then broadcast to many other sites. Such sites are called backbone sites, and they operate like publishers, receiving articles and organizing them into different groups. To access Usenet news, you need access to a news server. A news server receives the daily Usenet newsfeeds and makes them accessible to other systems. Your network may have a system that operates as a news server. If you are using an Internet service provider (ISP), a news server is probably maintained for your use. To read Usenet articles, you use a newsreader-a client program that connects to a news server and accesses the articles. On the Internet and in TCP/IP networks, news servers communicate with newsreaders using the Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) and are often referred to as NNTP news servers. Or, you could also create your own news server on your Linux system to run a local Usenet news service or to download and maintain the full set of Usenet articles. Several Linux programs, called news transport agents, can be used to create such a server. This chapter focuses on the variety of news readers available for the Linux platform. The configuration administration and architecture of the NNTP server are covered in 27.
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