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  dnsIP "dynamic" "5.6.7.8" where
    TTL = 100
  end;
  (* Add an IP mapping with an abnormally low time-to-live of 100 *)
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= Mail =

{{{domain "yourdomain" with
  handleMail;
  (* HCoop should provide relaying for yourdomain *)

  emailAlias "user1" "user1@gmail.com";
  (* Forward mail from user1@yourdomain to user1@gmail.com *)

  emailAlias "user2" "me";
  (* Forward mail from user2@yourdomain to HCoop user me *)

  aliasMulti "pals" ["pal1@yahoo.com", "pal2@prodigy.com", "pal3"];
  (* Forward mail from pals@yorudomain to pal1@yahoo.com, pal2@prodigy.com, and HCoop user pal3 *)

  aliasDrop "spamtrap";
  (* Silently drop all mail to spamtrap@yourdomain *)

  defaultAlias "me";
  (* Send all yourdomain mail that doesn't match some local user or other special rule to user me *)

  catchAllAlias "me";
  (* Send all yourdomain mail, period, to user me *)
end;}}}

Here are some example configuration files for DomTool, our distributed configuration management system.

TableOfContents()

1. Domains

1.1. The Model T

If you just want to declare your domain with a www.yourdomain virtual host serving out of ~/public_html/ and all mail forwarded to your mailbox, use: {{{dom "yourdomain" with end;}}}

1.2. Upgraded Model T

If you like everything dom gives you but want to add additional configuration, include it between with..end. For instance, to add an extra web virtual host other: {{{dom "yourdomain" with

  • web "other" with
    • (* More configuration could go here *)
    end;

end;}}}

1.3. The Do-It-Yourself

The lowest-level way of configuring a domain is the domain directive, which does nothing but set up basic DNS parameters and provide a space for including further directives: {{{domain "yourdomain" with

  • (* Your directives here *)

end;}}}

2. DNS

Here's a tour through the available DNS features.

{{{domain "yourdomain" with

  • nameserver "ns.hcoop.net"; nameserver "ns2.hcoop.net"; (* Specify two DNS servers that are authoritative for yourdomain *) dnsIP "host" "1.2.3.4"; (* Add a mapping from host.yourdomain to IP address 1.2.3.4 *) dnsMail 23 "mail.yourdomain"; (* Register mail.yourdomain as an SMTP handler for yourdomain, with priority 23 *) dnsAlias "hcoop" "hcoop.net"; (* Add an alias such that hcoop.yourdomain resolves to the same thing as hcoop.net *) dnsIP "dynamic" "5.6.7.8" where
    • TTL = 100
    end; (* Add an IP mapping with an abnormally low time-to-live of 100 *)

end;}}}

3. Mail

{{{domain "yourdomain" with

  • handleMail; (* HCoop should provide relaying for yourdomain *)

    emailAlias "user1" "user1@gmail.com"; (* Forward mail from user1@yourdomain to user1@gmail.com *) emailAlias "user2" "me"; (* Forward mail from user2@yourdomain to HCoop user me *)

    aliasMulti "pals" ["pal1@yahoo.com", "pal2@prodigy.com", "pal3"]; (* Forward mail from pals@yorudomain to pal1@yahoo.com, pal2@prodigy.com, and HCoop user pal3 *) aliasDrop "spamtrap"; (* Silently drop all mail to spamtrap@yourdomain *) defaultAlias "me"; (* Send all yourdomain mail that doesn't match some local user or other special rule to user me *) catchAllAlias "me"; (* Send all yourdomain mail, period, to user me *)

end;}}}

DomTool/Examples (last edited 2019-04-27 23:48:35 by ClintonEbadi)