verify MMDF addresses
/usr/mmdf/bin/checkaddr [ -w ] [ addresses ]
The checkaddr program is used by MMDF to check the validity of an
address within the local mail system.
Provide addresses to
checkaddr on the command line,
one address per argument, or provide a list of addresses
on the standard input, one address per line.
For example, you can use
the latter mode for checking the addresses in a mailing
list as in:
checkaddr < mailing-list-file
checkaddr announces each address on a separate line
and follows the address with its status (normally ``OK'').
to do the address verification.
If the -w option is given, checkaddr
causes submit to generate a detailed submission tracing.
This can sometimes be useful to help find problems
in alias files or mailing lists.
MMDF is not part of any currently supported standard; it was developed at
the University of Delaware and is used with permission.
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003