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CONFLICT(8)		    System Manager's Manual		   CONFLICT(8)

NAME
       conflict	- search for alias/password conflicts

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/local/lib/mh/conflict    [-mail    name]	[-search    directory]
	    [aliasfiles...]  [-help]

DESCRIPTION
       Conflict	is a program that checks to see	if the	interface  between  MH
       and transport system is in good shape

       Conflict	 also checks for maildrops in /var/mail	which do not belong to
       a valid user.  It assumes that no user name will	start  with  `.',  and
       thus  ignores  files in /var/mail which begin with `.'.	It also	checks
       for entries in the group	(5) file which do not belong to	a valid	 user,
       and for users who do not	have a valid group number.  In addition	dupli-
       cate users and groups are noted.

       If the `-mail name' switch is used, then	the results will  be  sent  to
       the  specified  name.   Otherwise, the results are sent to the standard
       output.

       The `-search directory' switch can be used to search directories	 other
       than  /var/mail	and  to	 report	 anomalies  in those directories.  The
       `-search	directory' switch can appear more than one time	in an  invoca-
       tion to conflict.

       Conflict	 should	 be run	under  cron (8), or whenever system accounting
       takes place.

FILES
       /usr/local/lib/mh/mtstailor	   tailor file
       /etc/passwd			   List	of users
       /etc/group			   List	of groups
       /usr/local/bin/mhmail		   Program to send mail
       /var/mail/			   Directory of	mail drop

PROFILE	COMPONENTS
       None

SEE ALSO
       mh-alias(5)

DEFAULTS
       `aliasfiles' defaults to	/usr/local/lib/mh/MailAliases

CONTEXT
       None

[mh.6]				    MH.6.8			   CONFLICT(8)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | FILES | PROFILE COMPONENTS | SEE ALSO | DEFAULTS | CONTEXT

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