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3.3.2 Users

Users maintain their database records via the anubisusr command. We suggest invoking anubisusr from your ‘~/.profile’, which will make sure that your configuration file is up to date when you log in. (4).

Usage

anubisusr [options] [smtp-url]

where smtp-url is a URL of your GNU Anubis server. Notice that if it lacks user name and password, then anubisusr will first try to retrieve them from your ‘~/.netrc’ file (see netrc in netrc manual page), and if not found, it will prompt you to supply them.

Options

-m mech
--mechanism mech

Use the SASL mechanism mech. Give this option several times to set a list of allowed mechanisms.

--file=file
-f file

Sets the user configuration file name (default is ‘.anubisrc’).

--netrc+file
-n file

Sets the name of the automatic login configuration file (default is ‘.netrc’).

-v
--verbose

Verbose output. Multiple options increase verbosity. Maximum verbosity level is 3.

Options controlling encryption:

--disable-tls
-d

Disable the use of TLS encryption.

--tls-cafile=file
-C file

Sets the name of certificate authority file to use when verifying the server certificate.

--tls-priorities=list

Sets cipher suite preferences to use. The list argument may contain a single initial keyword or be a colon-separated list of TLS keywords. The description of TLS keywords is well beyond the scope of this document. Please refer to Priority Strings in GnuTLS Manual, for a detailed discussion.

Default priority list is ‘NORMAL’.

Informational options:

--version

Display program version number and exit.

--help

Display short usage summary and exit.


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