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    1 #
    2 # TIN 2.1.5 - a threaded newsreader
    3 #
    4 # tin.defaults - set some machine specified options
    5 #                and override compile time defaults
    6 #
    7 # Only do changes in this file, if your actual configurations
    8 # differs from the configuration compiled in. All values have
    9 # defaults at compile time, so usually editing this file is not
   10 # needed. An exception are distributed binaries which run on
   11 # different machines, here some configuration might be necessary.
   12 #
   13 
   14 ############# global options ####################################
   15 
   16 # domainname - this sets a global domain name used in From lines
   17 #
   18 # set your full domain name without a trailing dot
   19 #
   20 #domainname=domain.com
   21 
   22 # organization - defines the name of your organization
   23 #
   24 #organization=TIN unltd.
   25 
   26 # newslibdir - defines the default place for some configuration
   27 #              files
   28 # common values are /usr/lib/news, /var/lib/news, /usr/local/lib/news
   29 #
   30 #newslibdir=/usr/lib/news
   31 
   32 # bugaddress - defines the email address to which users can send
   33 #              bugreports using tin's built in function
   34 #
   35 # The default points to a developers mailing list located at tin.org.
   36 # You might want to change this address to one of your local
   37 # administration if you want to deal with your lusers problems on
   38 # your own.
   39 #
   40 #bugaddress=tin-bugs@tin.org
   41 
   42 # inewsdir - defines the directory containing of the inews executable
   43 #
   44 # Usually tin uses its own built in inews routines. you might want
   45 # to use an external inews, so you can define the directory where tin
   46 # expects the executable. The program's name is set to inews, don't
   47 # include it
   48 #
   49 #inewsdir=/usr/lib/news
   50 
   51 # mm_charset - the default charset to be used in MIME's
   52 #              Content-Type header
   53 #
   54 # luser may change this setting in their tinrcs but it's a good
   55 # idea to set mm_charset here for providing a default
   56 # in most western countries ISO-8859-1 might be the best value
   57 #
   58 #mm_charset=iso-8859-1
   59 
   60 # post_mime_encoding
   61 #
   62 # luser may change this setting in their tinrcs but it's a good
   63 # idea to set post_mime_encoding here for providing a default
   64 # in most western countries 8bit might be the best value
   65 #
   66 #post_mime_encoding=8bit
   67 
   68 # mail_mime_encoding
   69 #
   70 # luser may change this setting in their tinrcs but it's a good
   71 # idea to set mail_mime_encoding here for providing a default
   72 # as mail isn't guaranteed to be 8bit clean quoted-printable is
   73 # a good choice
   74 #
   75 #mail_mime_encoding=quoted-printable
   76 
   77 # disable_gnksa_domain_check - allow unregistered top level domains
   78 #
   79 # THE BUILD IN LIST OF VALID TLDS IS OUTDATED, SO THE DEFAULT
   80 # FOR THIS FEATURE CHANGED TO ON AS OF 2013-11-19
   81 #
   82 # you should activate this only if you are using in an intranet environment
   83 # where articles do _not_ leak out into usenet
   84 #
   85 #disable_gnksa_domain_check=ON
   86 
   87 # disable_sender - post without Sender: even if tin normally would add it
   88 #
   89 # use this only if you cannot generate a valid Sender:, eg. if you do not
   90 # have a registered FQDN for your system
   91 #
   92 # disable_sender has no effect if inews_prog is not set to --internal.
   93 #
   94 #disable_sender=OFF
   95 
   96 ############# reading from a local spool #########################
   97 #
   98 # If you are using tin only via NNTP connections, this section
   99 # has no meaning for you.
  100 #
  101 
  102 # spooldir - the base of your newsspool (INN, Bnews, Cnews style)
  103 # common values are /var/spool/news, /usr/spool/news, /news/spool
  104 #
  105 #spooldir=/var/spool/news
  106 
  107 # overviewdir - the base of your NOV database
  108 #
  109 # the overview files are either included within your spooldir or
  110 # in a separate directory tree
  111 # common values are /var/spool/overview, /usr/spool/overview, /news/overview
  112 #
  113 #overviewdir=/var/spool/overview
  114 
  115 # overviewfile - the name of a single overview file
  116 #
  117 # the name of a single file within the overview spool
  118 # common values are .overview, over.view
  119 #
  120 #overviewfile=.overview
  121 
  122 # overviewfmtfile - the full pathname of your newssystem's
  123 #                   overview.fmt file
  124 #
  125 # usually the overview.fmt file is in newslibdir, so you only have
  126 # to change this setting if your configuration differs
  127 #
  128 #overviewfmtfile=/usr/lib/news/overview.fmt
  129 
  130 # activefile - the full pathname of your newssystem's active file
  131 #
  132 # usually the active file is in newslibdir, so you only have
  133 # to change this setting if your configuration differs
  134 #
  135 #activefile=/usr/lib/news/active
  136 
  137 # activetimesfile - the full pathname of your newssystem's active.times file
  138 #
  139 # usually the active.times file is in newslibdir, so you only have
  140 # to change this setting if your configuration differs
  141 #
  142 #activetimesfile=/usr/lib/news/active.times
  143 
  144 # newsgroupsfile - the full pathname of your newssystem's newsgroups file
  145 #
  146 # usually the newsgroups file is in newslibdir, so you only have
  147 # to change this setting if your configuration differs
  148 #
  149 #newsgroupsfile=/usr/lib/news/newsgroups
  150 
  151 # subscriptionsfile - the full pathname of your newssystem's
  152 #                     subscriptions file
  153 #
  154 # usually the subscriptionsfile file is in newslibdir, so you only have
  155 # to change this setting if your configuration differs
  156 #
  157 #subscriptionsfile=/usr/lib/news/subscriptions