vrfy 990522-8 source package in Ubuntu


vrfy (990522-8) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/control
    - (Build-Depends): Rm dpkg-dev; not needed with debhelper 9.
    - (Standards-Version): Update to
  * debian/copyright
    - Update to format 1.0.
  * debian/rules
    - Enable all hardening flags.
    - Use DEB_*_MAINT_* variables.

 -- Jari Aalto <email address hidden>  Sat, 24 Mar 2012 01:28:39 -0400

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vrfy_990522-8.debian.tar.gz 6.2 KiB 91d0c0d8b8818ed0568d933274d278546c5f8418bf29dc9f2216b1f47e70e8ad

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vrfy: verify electronic mail addresses

 'vrfy' is a tool to verify e-mail addresses and mailing lists. In its
 simplest form it takes an address "user@domain", figures out the MX hosts
 for "domain", and issues the SMTP command VRFY at the primary MX host
 (optionally all), or at "domain" itself if no MX hosts exist. Without
 "domain" it goes to "localhost".
 More complex capabilities are:
  * recursively expanding forward files or mailing lists,
  * detecting mail forwarding loops,
  * understanding full-blown RFC822 address specifications,
  * syntax checking that can be carried out either locally or remotely,
  * various options provided to exploit alternative protocol suites
    if necessary, and to print many forms of verbose output.
 Obvious limitations exist (mostly due to a lousy VRFY command
 implementation on some hosts), but otherwise, it works pretty well.