# Copyright 1998, 2000 Sam Trenholme
# This code is released to the public domain. 

# This is a file that determines your kiwi preferences.  This file needs
# 600 or 700 permission to be used, since this contains private information

# Are we using the Qmail MTA?  This is normally not defined, since most
# systems use sendmail instead of qmail

kiwi_qmail = "TRUE"

# Location of sendmail on our system 

kiwi_sendmail_path = "/usr/lib/sendmail"

# number of days in the past we accept time stamped materials 

kiwi_days_short = 3
kiwi_days_mid = 14
kiwi_days_long = 90

#  This tells us to forward accepted mail to MYADDRESS

kiwi_forward = "TRUE"

# This tells us to append an accepted mail to the file MYMAILBOX 

# kiwi_append = "TRUE"

# What mailbox to append mail to 

kiwi_my_mailbox = "/var/spool/mail/yourusername"

# What address to forward mail to 

kiwi_my_address = "name@some.other.email.you.have"

# Which file contains a log file 
kiwi_maillog = "/home/yourusername/.maillog"

# The key for the encryption 


# You can set up a password to give friends so that they can email you 
# w/o having to remember an encrypted cookie.

# kiwi_password = "changeme"

# You may set it up so that message with a FORMAT_MID_TIMEOUT Kiwi cookie
# is processed by a separate mail delivery agent.  This agent has to accept
# mail from the standard input, and either filter or deliver the email to
# your address.  The child process is passed no arguments, except for the
# name of the program as argv[0] */

# kiwi_mid_process = "/usr/bin/procmail" 

# kiwi_return_path: The return-path of all mail the Kiwi suite sends out 
# will be sent to this value.  If this is not set, the return-path of
# outgoing mail will be set to 'nobody@example.com"

# Note: This only works on Qmail systems. On sendmail systems, give
# sendmail an argument of -f, followed by the desired return-path, to
# change the return-path.

# kiwi_return_path = "nobody@yourdomain.com"