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

NAME
       ofmipname - build a name-address	database for ofmipd

SYNTAX
       ofmipname name.cdb name.tmp

DESCRIPTION
       ofmipname  reads	a name-address table from its standard input.  It con-
       verts the table into a database suited for quick	access by ofmipd.

       ofmipname writes	the database to	name.tmp; it then  moves  name.tmp  to
       name.cdb.  name.tmp and name.cdb	must be	on the same filesystem.

       If there	is a problem creating name.tmp,	ofmipname complains and	leaves
       name.cdb	alone.

       The database format is portable across machines.

INPUT FORMAT
       The name-address	table is a series of lines of  the  form  key:name:ad-
       dress:  (including  the	final  colon).	 If ofmipd is given key	(after
       hostname	rewriting) as the return path for a message, it	 will  replace
       the  return path	with address, eliminate	any existing From field	in the
       message,	and insert a new From field showing name and address.

       ofmipname ignores any line beginning with #.

       For example:

	  # From: "Joe Shmoe" <J.Shmoe@sun.af.mil>
	  joe@sun.af.mil:Joe Shmoe:J.Shmoe@sun.af.mil:

SEE ALSO
       cdb(3), ofmipd(8)

								  ofmipname(8)

NAME | SYNTAX | DESCRIPTION | INPUT FORMAT | SEE ALSO

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