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.TH qmail 7
.SH "NAME"
qmail \- overview of qmail documentation
.SH "INTRODUCTION"
.B qmail
is a secure, reliable, efficient, simple message transfer agent.

Users who want to control incoming messages
should read
.BR dot-qmail (5).
Available commands for the
.B .qmail
file include
.BR qbiff (1),
.BR qlist (1),
.BR qreceipt (1),
.BR forward (1),
and (for advanced users)
.BR condredirect (1).
Other helpful commands include
.BR maildirmake (1),
.BR maildir2mbox (1),
and
.BR maildirwatch (1).

System administrators who want to control the entire
.B qmail
system should start with
.BR qmail-control (5)
and
.BR qmail-start (8).
There are three queue-monitoring tools:
.BR qmail-qread (8),
.BR qmail-qstat (8),
and
.BR qmail-tcpto (8).
Incoming SMTP connections are handled by
.BR qmail-smtpd (8).

.B qmail
offers two command-line message-sending interfaces:
.BR qmail-inject (8)
and
.BR mailsubj (1).
For background information on Internet mail messages,
see
.BR addresses (5),
.BR envelopes (5),
.BR qmail-header (5),
and
.BR forgeries (7).

Miscellaneous documentation includes
.BR qmail-upgrade (7),
.BR qmail-limits (7),
and
.BR qmail-pop3d (8).

This documentation describes version
1.01
of
.BR qmail .
See
.B http://pobox.com/~djb/qmail.html
for other
.BR qmail -related
software.