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> From: Accounts@mail.greennet.net
> To: Postmaster@greennet.net
> Subject: Form Error (* Reply *)
> Date: Thursday, February 27, 1997 12:54 AM
> The form was returned because:
> You have been denied access to the form for one of the following
> - The password supplied was incorrect
> - You aren't permitted to use the form you
> - You aren't allowed to modify the account
> the form refers to
> - The Form-Identifier at the bottom of the
> form was incorrect
> If you have changed the Email-Form-Security-Password, or are
> sending forms between machines with different passwords, you
> can simply resubmit this form again with the correct Postmaster
> Please make corrections and re-submit the form.
> Postmaster-Password:  (REQUIRED FOR THE FORM TO BE ACCEPTED)
> Reply to this form, placing the desired information between square
> For help with individual fields, see the descriptions following the form.
> Example Field Name: [Entries belong in brackets] (Hints appear
> ===== GENERAL ACCOUNT INFORMATION
> User's-Real-Name: [Lyn Peterson-Fiske]
> Mail-Account-Password: [******]
> Use-NT-Logon-Password:  ("yes" or "no" -- to use their NT password)
> NT-Username:  (domain\user or simply user)
> Finger-Information: 
> ----- E-MAIL ADDRESSING INFORMATION -- INTERNET (SMTP Channel)
> Internet-Addresses: [webmaster]
> From-Address-Rewrite: [comment]
> ----- LOCAL DELIVERY INFORMATION
> POP3-Delivery: [yes]
> POP-Login-Name: [webmaster]
> Maximum-POP3-Mailbox-Size:  (number of kilobytes)
> Current-POP3-Mailbox-Size: (number of kilobytes)
> Forwarding-Addresses: 
> ----- ACCOUNT SECURITY PARAMETERS -- ** Optional **
> Access-Domains: 
> Finger-Access-Domains: 
> ----- AUTOMATIC REPLY INFORMATION -- ** Optional **
> AutoReply-Delivery: [no]
> Reply-Mode: 
> Reply-Message: 
> GENERAL ACCOUNT INFORMATION
> This field is for the user's real name or a descriptive account name (it
> is not the e-mail address for the account). This descriptive name will
> included along with the E-mail address on messages sent out from this
> account (see From-Address-Rewriting below). The name does not have to be
> unique (in case two of your users have the same real name). To delete an
> existing account, simply enter "Delete" in place of the existing name
> shown in this field and submit the form.
> This is the account's password which is used for logging in to the POP3
> server and for validating form submissions. All passwords are CaSe
> senSiTive, and must not start with a space or tab character. To Lock an
> account, simply enter the special keyword "Lock" (without the quotes) in
> this field. Locking an account prevents any changes to the account
> by the Postmaster, and prevents POP3 access to the account's mail. When
> an account is locked, the prior password is retained; when you wish to
> unlock the account, simply type "Unlock" (without the quotes) and the
> prior password is restored. Alternatively, you can enter a new password
> to unlock the account, but then you will need to advise the account owner
> of the new password.
> Use-NT-Logon-Password and NT-Username
> By saying "yes" to Use-NT-Logon-Password and entering a
> in the NT-Username field, the NT password will be used instead of the
> Post.Office password to validate the user's Post.Office and POP3 logon.
> If the Username refers to a local user, you should not include the
> as part of the Username.
> Note: The user MUST have the right to "Login Locally" on the Post.Office
> for NT password verification to occur. This right can be assigned via
> User Manager in NT.
> This information can be anything you desire (e.g. the user's mailing
> address and favorite quote). When someone "fingers" this account, the
> Finger-Information will be provided to them as long they make the request
> from within the Finger-Access restrictions listed above. You may enter
> many lines as you desire. (If submitting the form by E-mail, make sure
> use a pair of brackets for each line. If you prefer, you can use a MIME
> attachment to accommodate long messages - simply attach the Finger
> in a text file and type "Attachment #" in this field where # is the
> sequence of the attached messages. For example, if you attach one
> for the finger information, you would put "Attachment 1" in the brackets.
> MIME attachments do not apply to the Web forms.)
> E-MAIL ADDRESSING INFORMATION -- INTERNET (SMTP Channel)
> This account will receive mail that is sent to the
> Primary Internet Address or any of the addresses you list here.
> All addresses are matched in a case insensitive manner
> so they may be written with any mixture of upper and
> lower case characters (e.g., Jane.Doe@Domain and email@example.com).
> Add brackets on additional lines as necessary to accommodate more
> This is useful to accommodate common mis-spellings
> (e.g. Jane.MacFarlane@Domain and Jane.MacFarland@Domain),
> various common address formats (e.g. Jane.Doe@Domain,
> firstname.lastname@example.org, doej@domain, doe@domain, etc.), or addresses in
> multiple domains (Jane@Domain1, DoeJ@Domain2).
> Remember, no two accounts can have matching Internet addresses
> (regardless of whether the address is listed as primary or additional).
> This is where you choose to have the "From" header of outgoing messages
> rewritten by Post.Office and select the style to use when doing so.
> Options are "quoted", "comment", and "none":
> Examples: "quoted" = "John Q. Doe" <John@host.domain>
> "comment" = John@host.domain (John Q. Doe)
> "none" = Leave as user agent writes it
> LOCAL DELIVERY INFORMATION
> These fields dictate how incoming mail for this account is delivered, and
> where it is forwarded, if applicable. You may specify any combination of
> POP3-Delivery and/or Forwarding addresses.
> Enter "Yes" (without the quotes) for Delivery via the Post Office
> Protocol, version 3 (POP3). This enables pick-up with a POP3 mail client
> (such as Eudora, Pegasus, etc.) If you specify POP delivery, you must
> also provide a POP Login Name.
> This field is required if the POP3-Delivery field entry is "Yes" (and has
> no effect if it is "No"). Choosing the user's first or last name makes
> POP login name easy to remember. The POP Login Name must be unique, but
> not required to correlate in any way with the E-mail addresses for the
> account. You do not need to include an "@" symbol or a host-name; just
> specify the desired POP user name.
> You can limit the size of a user's POP3 mailbox by specifying the maximum
> size (in kilobytes) here. Messages that would increase the size of the
> user's mailbox beyond this limit are returned to their sender. This
> prevents one or more users from acquiring more than their share of the
> disk, which can affect other users' abilities to receive messages.
> If left blank, the Default Maximum Mailbox Size will be used. The
> can be set on the System configuration form. If the default is also
> then no size limit is enforced on the mailbox.
> As the name indicates, this value reflects the current size (in
> of the POP3 mailbox for this account. If the current size is "unknown"
> re-submit the form and Current POP3 Mailbox Size will be calculated.
> The Current Mailbox Size for an account may not exceed its Maximum
> Size. Messages that would increase the size of an account's mailbox
> the maximum limit are returned to their sender. This feature prevents
> or more users from acquiring more than their share of the disk, which can
> affect other users' abilities to receive messages.
> When Current Mailbox Size approaches Maximum Mailbox Size the account's
> owner should be notified so that they can take appropriate action to
> the size of their POP3 mailbox.
> Specify as many forwarding addresses as desired, entering one per line.
> Forwarding can be to other Post.Office accounts on this host or to
> addresses at remote hosts throughout the world. When you retrieve this
> Form from the Post.Office system, local accounts will show the user's
> name in addition to their address. Remote forwarding addresses will show
> only the address. New entries can be made by typing the address of the
> recipient, and Post.Office will figure out if the recipient is local or
> ACCOUNT SECURITY PARAMETERS -- Optional
> General Access Restrictions provide an additional level of security that
> complements the use of passwords when accessing an account remotely.
> Entries in this field limit the user's ability to configure the account
> to within the listed hosts, domains, or networks. They also limit from
> where a POP3 client can pick up mail (for accounts which use
> The following algorithm is used to determine if a client has permission
> access an account:
> - If the list is empty, access is allowed
> - If the list contains the keyword, none, access is denied.
> - If the client's machine name is in the list or is within one
> of the listed domains, access is allowed.
> - If the client's IP address is within one of the listed networks,
> access is allowed.
> Hostnames and domain names must be valid for use on the Internet (e.g.
> software.com or www.software.com). IP networks can specify a single
> host (e.g. 188.8.131.52), or a group of hosts using zero as a wildcard
> (e.g. 184.108.40.206) or by specifying a netmask (e.g. 220.127.116.11/26).
> Similar to General-Access-Restictions above; this limits from where
> information can be requested. Some organizations use this field to limit
> finger access to within the organization in order to employ "finger" as
> in-house information distribution tool.
> AUTOMATIC REPLY INFORMATION
> Enter "Yes" (without the quotes) to have an E-mail reply automatically
> sent out in response to incoming mail for this account. If you specify
> AutoReply delivery, you must also specify the desired reply mode and the
> reply message to send out as detailed below. AutoReply is generally used
> in combination with one of the available local delivery items so incoming
> mail is directed to a person in addition to generating an automated
> This field is required if the AutoReply-Delivery field entry is "Yes"
> has no effect if it is "No"). It is used to specify the type of reply
> message to be generated as follows:
> Vacation - Used when the account owner is temporarily
> unavailable. The reply message is only sent to
> a specific sender one time regardless of the
> number of incoming messages received from that
> person. The Reply-Message should indicate that the
> user has received the message but is unavailable.
> Vacation must be used in combination with the
> normal local delivery options for the account in
> order to retain the incoming mail for delivery
> upon the user's return. It may also be desirable
> to forward the user's incoming mail to another
> party while the user is unavailable.
> (Note: incoming message sender tracking is
> reset when AutoReply-Delivery is turned off).
> Reply - Responds with the Reply-Message to every
> incoming message to the account.
> Echo - Same as "Reply" but also includes the original
> incoming message along with the reply.
> This field is required if the AutoReply-Delivery field entry is "Yes"
> has no effect if it is "No"). It specifies the body of the message which
> is to be returned with the reply. You may enter as many lines as you
> desire. (If submitting the form by E-mail, make sure you use a pair of
> brackets for each line. If you prefer you can use a MIME to accommodate
> long messages - simply attach the message in a text file and type
> "Attachment #" in this field where # is the sequence of the attached
> messages. For example, if you attach one document for finger
> and one for the reply message, you would put "Attachment 2" in the
> brackets for this field. Beware that a few mail client programs send
> files in the opposite order from the way they were attached by you. MIME
> attachments do not apply to the Web forms.)
> ---------- Please Do Not Modify Anything Below ----------
> Software License: 0-16941
> Form: [Accounts] (Informs the system which form is being used)
> Form-Identifier: [292165902aacbb6dea0b4f6dc0a4ff9e]