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SPAMD(1)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	      SPAMD(1)

NAME
       spamd - daemonized version of spamassassin

SYNOPSIS
       spamd [options]

       Options:

	-l, --allow-tell		  Allow	learning/reporting
	-c, --create-prefs		  Create user preferences files
	-C path, --configpath=path	  Path for default config files
	--siteconfigpath=path		  Path for site	configs
	--cf='config line'		  Additional line of configuration
	-d, --daemonize			  Daemonize
	-h, --help			  Print	usage message
	-i [ip_or_name[:port]],	--listen=[ip_or_name[:port]] Listen on IP addr and port
	-p port, --port=port		  Listen on specified port, may	be overridden by -i
	-4, --ipv4-only, --ipv4		  Use IPv4 where applicable, disables IPv6
	-6				  Use IPv6 where applicable, disables IPv4
	-A host,..., --allowed-ips=..,..  Restrict to IP addresses which can connect
	-m num,	--max-children=num	  Allow	maximum	num children
	--min-children=num		  Allow	minimum	num children
	--min-spare=num			  Lower	limit for number of spare children
	--max-spare=num			  Upper	limit for number of spare children
	--max-conn-per-child=num	  Maximum connections accepted by child
					  before it is respawned
	--round-robin			  Use traditional prefork algorithm
	--timeout-tcp=secs		  Connection timeout for client	headers
	--timeout-child=secs		  Connection timeout for message checks
	-q, --sql-config		  Enable SQL config (needs -x)
	-Q, --setuid-with-sql		  Enable SQL config (needs -x,
					  enables use of -H)
	--ldap-config			  Enable LDAP config (needs -x)
	--setuid-with-ldap		  Enable LDAP config (needs -x,
					  enables use of -H)
	--virtual-config-dir=dir	  Enable pattern based Virtual configs
					  (needs -x)
	-r pidfile, --pidfile		  Write	the process id to pidfile
	-s facility, --syslog=facility	  Specify the syslog facility
	--syslog-socket=type		  How to connect to syslogd
	--log-timestamp-fmt=fmt		  strftime(3) format for timestamps, may be
					  empty	to disable timestamps, or 'default'
	-u username, --username=username  Run as username
	-g groupname, --groupname=groupname  Run as groupname
	-v, --vpopmail			  Enable vpopmail config
	-x, --nouser-config		  Disable user config files
	--auth-ident			  Use ident to identify	spamc user (deprecated)
	--ident-timeout=timeout		  Timeout for ident connections
	-D, --debug[=areas]		  Print	debugging messages (for	areas)
	-L, --local			  Use local tests only (no DNS)
	-P, --paranoid			  Die upon user	errors
	-H [dir], --helper-home-dir[=dir] Specify a different HOME directory
	--ssl				  Enable SSL on	TCP connections
	--ssl-port port			  Override --port setting for SSL connections
	--server-key keyfile		  Specify an SSL keyfile
	--server-cert certfile		  Specify an SSL certificate
	--socketpath=path		  Listen on a given UNIX domain	socket
	--socketowner=name		  Set UNIX domain socket file's	owner
	--socketgroup=name		  Set UNIX domain socket file's	group
	--socketmode=mode		  Set UNIX domain socket file's	mode
	--timing			  Enable timing	and logging
	-V, --version			  Print	version	and exit

       The --listen option (or -i) may be specified multiple times, its	syntax
       is: [ ssl: ] [ host-name-or-IP-address ]	[ : port ]  or an absolute
       path (filename) of a Unix socket.  If port is omitted it	defaults to
       --port or to 783.  Option --ssl implies a prefix	'ssl:'.	 An IPv6
       address should be enclosed in square brackets, e.g. [::1]:783, an IPv4
       address may be but need not be enclosed in square brackets.  An
       asterisk	'*' in place of	a hostname implies an unspecified address,
       ('0.0.0.0' or '::'), i.e. it binds to all interfaces. An	empty option
       value implies '*'. A default is '--listen localhost', which binds to a
       loopback	interface only.

DESCRIPTION
       The purpose of this program is to provide a daemonized version of the
       spamassassin executable.	 The goal is improving throughput performance
       for automated mail checking.

       This is intended	to be used alongside "spamc", a	fast, low-overhead C
       client program.

       See the README file in the "spamd" directory of the SpamAssassin
       distribution for	more details.

       Note: Although "spamd" will check per-user config files for every
       message,	any changes to the system-wide config files will require
       either restarting spamd or forcing it to	reload itself via SIGHUP for
       the changes to take effect.

       Note: If	"spamd"	receives a SIGHUP, it internally reloads itself, which
       means that it will change its pid and might not restart at all if its
       environment changed  (ie. if it can't change back into its own
       directory).  If you plan	to use SIGHUP, you should always start "spamd"
       with the	-r switch to know its current pid.

OPTIONS
       Options of the long form	can be shortened as long as they remain
       unambiguous.  (i.e. --dae can be	used instead of	--daemonize) Also,
       boolean options (like --user-config) can	be negated by adding no
       (--nouser-config), however, this	is usually unnecessary.

       -l, --allow-tell
	   Allow learning and forgetting (to a local Bayes database),
	   reporting and revoking (to a	remote database) by spamd. The client
	   issues a TELL command to tell what type of message is being
	   processed and whether local (learn/forget) or remote
	   (report/revoke) databases should be updated.

	   Note	that spamd always trusts the username passed in	(unless
	   --auth-ident	is used) so clients could maliciously learn messages
	   for other users. (This is not usually a concern with	an SQL Bayes
	   store as users will typically have read-write access	directly to
	   the database, and can also use "sa-learn" with the -u option	to
	   achieve the same result.)

       -c, --create-prefs
	   Create user preferences files if they don't exist (default: don't).

       -C path,	--configpath=path
	   Use the specified path for locating the distributed configuration
	   files.  Ignore the default directories (usually
	   "/usr/share/spamassassin" or	similar).

       --siteconfigpath=path
	   Use the specified path for locating site-specific configuration
	   files.  Ignore the default directories (usually
	   "/etc/mail/spamassassin" or similar).

       --cf='config line'
	   Add additional lines	of configuration directly from the command-
	   line, parsed	after the configuration	files are read.	  Multiple
	   --cf	arguments can be used, and each	will be	considered a separate
	   line	of configuration.

       -d, --daemonize
	   Detach from starting	process	and run	in background (daemonize).

       -h, --help
	   Print a brief help message, then exit without further action.

       -V, --version
	   Print version information, then exit	without	further	action.

       -i [ipaddress[:<port>]],	--listen[=ipaddress[:<port>]]
	   Additional alias names for this option are --listen-ip and
	   --ip-address.  Tells	spamd to listen	on the specified IP address,
	   defaults to a loopback interface, i.e. "--listen localhost").  If
	   no value is specified after the switch, or if an asterisk '*'
	   stands in place of an <ipaddress>, spamd will listen	on all
	   interfaces -	this is	equivalent to address '0.0.0.0'	for IPv4 and
	   to '::' for IPv6. You can also use a	valid hostname which will make
	   spamd listen	on all addresses that a	name resolves to. The option
	   may be specified multiple times. See	also options -4	and -6 for
	   restricting address family to IPv4 or to IPv6. If a port is
	   specified it	overrides for this socket the global --port (and
	   --ssl-port) setting.	An IPv6	addresses should be enclosed in	square
	   brackets, e.g. [::1]:783. For compatibility square brackets on an
	   IPv6	address	may be omitted if a port number	specification is also
	   omitted.

       -p port,	--port=port
	   Optionally specifies	the port number	for the	server to listen on
	   (default: 783).

	   If the --ssl	switch is used,	and --ssl-port is not supplied,	then
	   this	port will be used to accept SSL	connections instead of
	   unencrypted connections.  If	the --ssl switch is used, and
	   --ssl-port is set, then unencrypted connections will	be accepted on
	   the --port at the same time as encrypted connections	are accepted
	   at --ssl-port.

       -q, --sql-config
	   Turn	on SQL lookups even when per-user config files have been
	   disabled with -x. this is useful for	spamd hosts which don't	have
	   user's home directories but do want to load user preferences	from
	   an SQL database.

	   If your spamc client	does not support sending the "User:" header,
	   like	"exiscan", then	the SQL	username used will always be nobody.

	   This	inhibits the setuid() behavior,	so the "-u" option is
	   required. If	you want the setuid() behaviour, use "-Q" or
	   "--setuid-with-sql" instead.

       --ldap-config
	   Turn	on LDAP	lookups. This is completely analog to "--sql-config",
	   only	it is using an LDAP server.

	   Like	"--sql-config",	this disables the setuid behavior, and
	   requires "-u". If you want it, use "--setuid-with-ldap" instead.

       -Q, --setuid-with-sql
	   Turn	on SQL lookups even when per-user config files have been
	   disabled with -x and	also setuid to the user.  This is useful for
	   spamd hosts which want to load user preferences from	an SQL
	   database but	also wish to support the use of	-H (Helper home
	   directories.)

       --setuid-with-ldap
	   Turn	on LDAP	lookups	even when per-user config files	have been
	   disabled with -x and	also setuid to the user.  This is again
	   completely analog to	"--setuid-with-sql", only it is	using an LDAP
	   server.

       --virtual-config-dir=pattern
	   This	option specifies where per-user	preferences can	be found for
	   virtual users, for the -x switch. The pattern is used as a base
	   pattern for the directory name.  Any	of the following escapes can
	   be used:

	   %u -- replaced with the full	name of	the current user, as sent by
	   spamc.
	   %l -- replaced with the 'local part'	of the current username.  In
	   other words,	if the username	is an email address, this is the part
	   before the "@" sign.
	   %d -- replaced with the 'domain' of the current username.  In other
	   words, if the username is an	email address, this is the part	after
	   the "@" sign.
	   %x -- replaced with the full	name of	the current user, as sent by
	   spamc. If the resulting config directory does not exist, replace
	   with	the domain part	to use a domain-wide default.
	   %% -- replaced with a single	percent	sign (%).

	   So for example, if "/vhome/users/%u/spamassassin" is	specified, and
	   spamc sends a virtual username of "jm@example.com", the directory
	   "/vhome/users/jm@example.com/spamassassin" will be used.

	   The set of characters allowed in the	virtual	username for this path
	   are restricted to:

		   A-Z a-z 0-9 - + _ . , @ =

	   All others will be replaced by underscores ("_").

	   This	path must be a writable	directory.  It will be created if it
	   does	not already exist.  If a file called user_prefs	exists in this
	   directory (note: not	in a ".spamassassin" subdirectory!), it	will
	   be loaded as	the user's preferences.	 The Bayes databases for that
	   user	will be	stored in this directory.

	   Note	that this requires that	-x is used, and	cannot be combined
	   with	SQL- or	LDAP-based configuration.

	   The pattern must expand to an absolute directory when spamd is
	   running daemonized (-d).

	   Currently, use of this without -u is	not supported. This inhibits
	   setuid.

       -r pidfile, --pidfile=pidfile
	   Write the process ID	of the spamd parent to the file	specified by
	   pidfile.  The file will be unlinked when the	parent exits.  Note
	   that	when running with the -u option, the file must be writable by
	   that	user.

       -v, --vpopmail
	   Enable vpopmail config.  If specified with with -u set to the
	   vpopmail user, this allows spamd to lookup/create user_prefs	in the
	   vpopmail user's own maildir.	 This option is	useful for vpopmail
	   virtual users who do	not have an entry in the system	/etc/passwd
	   file.

	   Currently, use of this without -u is	not supported. This inhibits
	   setuid.

       -s facility, --syslog=facility
	   Specify the syslog facility to use (default:	mail).	If "stderr" is
	   specified, output will be written to	stderr.	(This is useful	if
	   you're running "spamd" under	the "daemontools" package.) With a
	   facility of "file", all output goes to spamd.log. facility is
	   interpreted as a file name to log to	if it contains any characters
	   except a-z and 0-9. "null" disables logging completely (used
	   internally).

	   Examples:

		   spamd -s mail		 # use syslog, facility	mail (default)
		   spamd -s ./mail		 # log to file ./mail
		   spamd -s stderr 2>/dev/null	 # log to stderr, throw	messages away
		   spamd -s null		 # the same as above
		   spamd -s file		 # log to file ./spamd.log
		   spamd -s /var/log/spamd.log	 # log to file /var/log/spamd.log

	   If logging to a file	is enabled and that log	file is	rotated, the
	   spamd server	must be	restarted with a SIGHUP. (If the log file is
	   just	truncated, this	is not needed but still	recommended.)

	   Note	that logging to	a file does not	use locking, so	you cannot
	   intermix logging from spamd and other processes into	the same file.
	   If you want to mix logging like this, use syslog instead.

	   If you use syslog logging, it is essential to send a	SIGHUP to the
	   spamd daemon	when you restart the syslogd daemon.  (This is due to
	   a shortcoming in Perl's syslog handling, where the disappearance of
	   the connection to the syslogd is considered a fatal error.)

       --syslog-socket=type
	   Specify how spamd should send messages to syslogd. The type can be
	   any of the socket types or logging mechanisms as accepted by	the
	   subroutine Sys::Syslog::setlogsock(). Depending on a	version	of
	   Sys::Syslog and on the underlying operating system, one of the
	   following values (or	their subset) can be used: "native",
	   "eventlog", "tcp", "udp", "inet", "unix", "stream", "pipe", or
	   "console".  The value "eventlog" is specific	to Win32 events	logger
	   and requires	a perl module Win32::EventLog to be installed.	For
	   more	information please consult the Sys::Syslog documentation.

	   A historical	setting	--syslog-socket=none is	mapped to
	   --syslog=stderr.

	   A default for Windows platforms is "none", otherwise	the default is
	   to try "unix" first,	falling	back to	"inet" if perl detects errors
	   in its "unix" support.

	   Some	platforms, or versions of perl,	are shipped with old or
	   dysfunctional versions of the Sys::Syslog module which do not
	   support some	socket types, so you may need to set this option
	   explicitly.	If you get error messages regarding __PATH_LOG or
	   similar spamd, try changing this setting.

	   The socket types "file" is used internally and should not be
	   specified.  Use the "-s" switch instead.

       --log-timestamp-fmt=format
	   The --log-timestamp-fmt option can provide a	POSIX strftime(3)
	   format for timestamps included in each logged message. Each logger
	   (stderr, file, syslog) has its own default value for	a timestamp
	   format, which applies when --log-timestamp-fmt option is not	given,
	   or with --log-timestamp-fmt=default .  Timestamps can be turned off
	   by specifying an empty string with this option, e.g.
	   --log-timestamp-fmt='' or just --log-timestamp-fmt= .  Typical use:
	   --log-timestamp-fmt='%a %b %e %H:%M:%S %Y' (provides	localized
	   weekday and month names in the ctime(3) style), or '%a, %e %b %Y
	   %H:%M:%S %z (%Z)' for a RFC 2822 format, or maybe '%Y-%m-%d
	   %H:%M:%S%z' for an ISO 8601 (EN 28601) format, or just
	   '%Y%m%dT%H%M%S' .

       -u username, --username=username
	   Run as the named user.  If this option is not set, the default
	   behaviour is	to setuid() to the user	running	"spamc", if "spamd" is
	   running as root.

	   Note: "--username=root" is not a valid option.  If specified,
	   "spamd" will	exit with a fatal error	on startup.

       -g groupname, --groupname=groupname
	   Run as the named group if --username	is being used. If this option
	   is not set when --username is used then the primary group for the
	   user	given to --username is used.

       -x, --nouser-config, --user-config
	   Turn	off (on) reading of per-user configuration files (user_prefs)
	   from	the user's home	directory.  The	default	behaviour is to	read
	   per-user configuration from the user's home directory
	   (--user-config).

	   This	option does not	disable	or otherwise influence the SQL,	LDAP
	   or Virtual Config Dir settings.

       --auth-ident
	   Verify the username provided	by spamc using ident.  This is only
	   useful if connections are only allowed from trusted hosts (because
	   an identd that lies is trivial to create) and if spamc REALLY
	   SHOULD be running as	the user it represents.	 Connections are
	   terminated immediately if authentication fails.  In this case,
	   spamc will pass the mail through unchecked.	Failure	to connect to
	   an ident server, and	response timeouts are considered
	   authentication failures.  This requires that	Net::Ident be
	   installed. Deprecated.

       --ident-timeout=timeout
	   Wait	at most	timeout	seconds	for a response to ident	queries.
	   Ident query that takes longer that timeout seconds will fail, and
	   mail	will not be processed.	Setting	this to	0.0 or less results in
	   no timeout, which is	STRONGLY discouraged.  The default is 5
	   seconds.

       -A host,..., --allowed-ips=host,...
	   Specify a comma-separated list of authorized	hosts or networks
	   which can connect to	this spamd instance. Each element of the list
	   is either a single IP addresses, or a range of IP addresses in
	   address/masklength CIDR notation, or	ranges of IPv4 addresses by
	   specifying 3	or less	octets with a trailing dot.  Hostnames are not
	   supported, only IPv4	or IPv6	addresses.  This option	can be
	   specified multiple times, or	can take a list	of addresses separated
	   by commas.  IPv6 addresses may be (but need not be) enclosed	in
	   square brackets for consistency with	option --listen.  Examples:

	   -A 10.11.12.13 -- only allow	connections from 10.11.12.13.

	   -A 10.11.12.13,10.11.12.14 -- only allow connections	from
	   10.11.12.13 and 10.11.12.14.

	   -A 10.200.300.0/24 -- allow connections from	any machine in the
	   range "10.200.300.*".

	   -A 10. -- allow connections from any	machine	in the range
	   "10.*.*.*".

	   -A [2001:db8::]/32,192.0.2.0/24,::1,127.0.0.0/8 -- only accept
	   connections from specified test networks and	from localhost.

	   In absence of the -A	option,	connections are	only accepted from IP
	   address 127.0.0.1 or	::1, i.e. from localhost on a loopback
	   interface.

       -D [area,...], --debug [area,...]
	   Produce debugging output. If	no areas are listed, all debugging
	   information is printed. Diagnostic output can also be enabled for
	   each	area individually; area	is the area of the code	to instrument.
	   For example,	to produce diagnostic output on	bayes, learn, and dns,
	   use:

		   spamassassin	-D bayes,learn,dns

	   Higher priority informational messages that are suitable for
	   logging in normal circumstances are available with an area of
	   "info".

	   For more information	about which areas (also	known as channels) are
	   available, please see the documentation at:

		   C<http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/DebugChannels>

       -4, --ipv4only, --ipv4-only, --ipv4
	   Use IPv4 where applicable, do not use IPv6.	The option affects a
	   set of listen sockets (see option "--listen") and disables IPv6 for
	   DNS tests.

       -6  Use IPv6 where applicable, do not use IPv4.	The option affects a
	   set of listen sockets (see option "--listen") and disables IPv4 for
	   DNS tests. Installing a module IO::Socket::IP is recommended	if
	   spamd is expected to	receive	requests over IPv6.

       -L, --local
	   Perform only	local tests on all mail.  In other words, skip DNS and
	   other network tests.	 Works the same	as the "-L" flag to
	   spamassassin(1).

       -P, --paranoid
	   Die on user errors (for the user passed from	spamc) instead of
	   falling back	to user	nobody and using the default configuration.

       -m number , --max-children=number
	   This	option specifies the maximum number of children	to spawn.
	   Spamd will spawn that number	of children, then sleep	in the
	   background until a child dies, wherein it will go and spawn a new
	   child.

	   Incoming connections	can still occur	if all of the children are
	   busy, however those connections will	be queued waiting for a	free
	   child.  The minimum value is	1, the default value is	5.

	   Please note that there is a OS specific maximum of connections that
	   can be queued (Try "perl -MSocket -e'print SOMAXCONN'" to find this
	   maximum).

	   Note	that if	you run	too many servers for the amount	of free	RAM
	   available, you run the danger of hurting performance	by causing a
	   high	swap load as server processes are swapped in and out
	   continually.

       --min-children=number
	   The minimum number of children that will be kept running.  The
	   minimum value is 1, the default value is 1.	If you have lots of
	   free	RAM, you may want to increase this.

       --min-spare=number
	   The lower limit for the number of spare children allowed to run.  A
	   spare, or idle, child is one	that is	not handling a scan request.
	   If there are	too few	spare children available, a new	server will be
	   started every second	or so.	The default value is 1.

       --max-spare=number
	   The upper limit for the number of spare children allowed to run.
	   If there are	too many spare children, one will be killed every
	   second or so	until the number of idle children is in	the desired
	   range.  The default value is	2.

       --max-conn-per-child=number
	   This	option specifies the maximum number of connections each	child
	   should process before dying and letting the master spamd process
	   spawn a new child.  The minimum value is 1, the default value is
	   200.

       --round-robin
	   By default, "spamd" will attempt to keep a small number of "hot"
	   child processes as busy as possible,	and keep any others as idle as
	   possible, using something similar to	the Apache httpd server
	   scaling algorithm.  This is accomplished by the master process
	   coordinating	the activities of the children.	 This switch will
	   disable this	scaling	algorithm, and the behaviour seen in the 3.0.x
	   versions will be used instead, where	all processes receive an equal
	   load	and no scaling takes place.

       --timeout-tcp=number
	   This	option specifies the number of seconds to wait for headers
	   from	a client (spamc) before	closing	the connection.	 The minimum
	   value is 1, the default value is 30,	and a value of 0 will disable
	   socket timeouts completely.

       --timeout-child=number
	   This	option specifies the number of seconds to wait for a spamd
	   child to process or check a message.	 The minimum value is 1, the
	   default value is 300, and a value of	0 will disable child timeouts
	   completely.

       -H directory, --helper-home-dir=directory
	   Specify that	external programs such as Razor, DCC, and Pyzor	should
	   have	a HOME environment variable set	to a specific directory.  The
	   default is to use the HOME environment variable setting from	the
	   shell running spamd.	 By specifying no argument, spamd will use the
	   spamc caller's home directory instead.

       --ssl
	   Accept only SSL connections on the associated port.	The
	   IO::Socket::SSL perl	module must be installed.

	   If the --ssl	switch is used,	and --ssl-port is not supplied,	then
	   --port port will be used to accept SSL connections instead of
	   unencrypted connections.  If	the --ssl switch is used, and
	   --ssl-port is set, then unencrypted connections will	be accepted on
	   the --port, at the same time	as encrypted connections are accepted
	   at --ssl-port.

       --ssl-port=port
	   Optionally specifies	the port number	for the	server to listen on
	   for SSL connections (default: whatever --port uses).	 See --ssl for
	   more	details.

       --server-key keyfile
	   Specify the SSL key file to use for SSL connections.

       --server-cert certfile
	   Specify the SSL certificate file to use for SSL connections.

       --socketpath pathname
	   Listen on a UNIX domain socket at path pathname, in addition	to
	   sockets specified with a "--listen" option. This option is provided
	   for compatibility with older	versions of spamd. Starting with
	   version 3.4.0 the "--listen"	option can also	take a UNIX domain
	   socket as its value (an absolute path name).	Unlike "--socketpath",
	   the "--listen" option may be	specified multiple times if spamd
	   needs to listen on multiple UNIX or INET or INET6 sockets.

	   Warning: the	Perl support on	BSD platforms for UNIX domain sockets
	   seems to have a bug regarding paths of over 100 bytes or so
	   (SpamAssassin bug 4380).  If	you see	a 'could not find newly-
	   created UNIX	socket'	error message, and the path appears truncated,
	   this	may be the cause.  Try using a shorter path to the socket.

	   By default, use of --socketpath without --listen will inhibit SSL
	   connections and unencrypted TCP connections.	 To add	other sockets,
	   specify them	with --listen, e.g. '--listen=:' or '--listen=*:'

       --socketowner name
	   Set UNIX domain socket to be	owned by the user named	name.  Note
	   that	this requires that spamd be started as "root", and if "-u" is
	   used, that user should have write permissions to unlink the file
	   later, for when the "spamd" server is killed.

       --socketgroup name
	   Set UNIX domain socket to be	owned by the group named name.	See
	   "--socketowner" for notes on	ownership and permissions.

       --socketmode mode
	   Set UNIX domain socket to use the octal mode	mode.  Note that if
	   "-u"	is used, that user should have write permissions to unlink the
	   file	later, for when	the "spamd" server is killed.

       --timing
	     Enable timing measurements	and output the information for logging.	 This
	     is	the same information as	provided by the	TIMING tag.

SEE ALSO
       spamc(1)	spamassassin(1)	Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf(3)
       Mail::SpamAssassin(3)

PREREQUISITES
       "Mail::SpamAssassin"

AUTHORS
       The SpamAssassin(tm) Project (https://spamassassin.apache.org/)

LICENSE
       SpamAssassin is distributed under the Apache License, Version 2.0, as
       described in the	file "LICENSE" included	with the distribution.

perl v5.32.1			  2021-02-28			      SPAMD(1)

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