1: /*
   2: **  Sendmail
   3: **  Copyright (c) 1983  Eric P. Allman
   4: **  Berkeley, California
   5: **
   6: **  Copyright (c) 1983 Regents of the University of California.
   7: **  All rights reserved.  The Berkeley software License Agreement
   8: **  specifies the terms and conditions for redistribution.
   9: */
  10: 
  11: #if !defined(lint) && !defined(NOSCCS)
  12: static char SccsId[] = "@(#)conf.c	5.14.6 (2.11BSD GTE) 1997/10/2";
  13: #endif
  14: 
  15: #include <pwd.h>
  16: #include <sys/ioctl.h>
  17: #include "sendmail.h"
  18: 
  19: /*
  20: **  CONF.C -- Sendmail Configuration Tables.
  21: **
  22: **	Defines the configuration of this installation.
  23: **
  24: **	Compilation Flags:
  25: **		VMUNIX -- running on a Berkeley UNIX system.
  26: **
  27: **	Configuration Variables:
  28: **		HdrInfo -- a table describing well-known header fields.
  29: **			Each entry has the field name and some flags,
  30: **			which are described in sendmail.h.
  31: **
  32: **	Notes:
  33: **		I have tried to put almost all the reasonable
  34: **		configuration information into the configuration
  35: **		file read at runtime.  My intent is that anything
  36: **		here is a function of the version of UNIX you
  37: **		are running, or is really static -- for example
  38: **		the headers are a superset of widely used
  39: **		protocols.  If you find yourself playing with
  40: **		this file too much, you may be making a mistake!
  41: */
  42: 
  43: 
  44: 
  45: 
  46: /*
  47: **  Header info table
  48: **	Final (null) entry contains the flags used for any other field.
  49: **
  50: **	Not all of these are actually handled specially by sendmail
  51: **	at this time.  They are included as placeholders, to let
  52: **	you know that "someday" I intend to have sendmail do
  53: **	something with them.
  54: */
  55: 
  56: struct hdrinfo  HdrInfo[] =
  57: {
  58:         /* originator fields, most to least significant  */
  59:     "resent-sender",    H_FROM|H_RESENT,
  60:     "resent-from",      H_FROM|H_RESENT,
  61:     "resent-reply-to",  H_FROM|H_RESENT,
  62:     "sender",       H_FROM,
  63:     "from",         H_FROM,
  64:     "reply-to",     H_FROM,
  65:     "full-name",        H_ACHECK,
  66:     "return-receipt-to",    H_FROM,
  67:     "errors-to",        H_FROM,
  68:         /* destination fields */
  69:     "to",           H_RCPT,
  70:     "resent-to",        H_RCPT|H_RESENT,
  71:     "cc",           H_RCPT,
  72:     "resent-cc",        H_RCPT|H_RESENT,
  73:     "bcc",          H_RCPT|H_ACHECK,
  74:     "resent-bcc",       H_RCPT|H_ACHECK|H_RESENT,
  75:         /* message identification and control */
  76:     "message-id",       0,
  77:     "resent-message-id",    H_RESENT,
  78:     "message",      H_EOH,
  79:     "text",         H_EOH,
  80:         /* date fields */
  81:     "date",         0,
  82:     "resent-date",      H_RESENT,
  83:         /* trace fields */
  84:     "received",     H_TRACE|H_FORCE,
  85:     "via",          H_TRACE|H_FORCE,
  86:     "mail-from",        H_TRACE|H_FORCE,
  87: 
  88:     NULL,           0,
  89: };
  90: 
  91: 
  92: /*
  93: **  ARPANET error message numbers.
  94: */
  95: 
  96: char    *Arpa_Info =        "050";  /* arbitrary info */
  97: char    *Arpa_TSyserr =     "451";  /* some (transient) system error */
  98: char    *Arpa_PSyserr =     "554";  /* some (permanent) system error */
  99: char    *Arpa_Usrerr =      "554";  /* some (fatal) user error */
 100: 
 101: 
 102: 
 103: /*
 104: **  Location of system files/databases/etc.
 105: */
 106: 
 107: char    *ConfFile = "/etc/sendmail.cf"; /* runtime configuration */
 108: char    *FreezeFile =   "/etc/sendmail.fc"; /* frozen version of above */
 109: 
 110: 
 111: 
 112: /*
 113: **  Miscellaneous stuff.
 114: */
 115: 
 116: int DtableSize =    50;     /* max open files; reset in 4.2bsd */
 117: /*
 118: **  SETDEFAULTS -- set default values
 119: **
 120: **	Because of the way freezing is done, these must be initialized
 121: **	using direct code.
 122: **
 123: **	Parameters:
 124: **		none.
 125: **
 126: **	Returns:
 127: **		none.
 128: **
 129: **	Side Effects:
 130: **		Initializes a bunch of global variables to their
 131: **		default values.
 132: */
 133: 
 134: setdefaults()
 135: {
 136:     QueueLA = 8;
 137:     QueueFactor = 10000;
 138:     RefuseLA = 12;
 139:     SpaceSub = ' ';
 140:     WkRecipFact = 1000;
 141:     WkClassFact = 1800;
 142:     WkTimeFact = 9000;
 143:     FileMode = 0644;
 144:     DefUid = 1;
 145:     DefGid = 1;
 146: }
 147: 
 148: /*
 149: **  GETRUID -- get real user id (V7)
 150: */
 151: 
 152: getruid()
 153: {
 154:     if (OpMode == MD_DAEMON)
 155:         return (RealUid);
 156:     else
 157:         return (getuid());
 158: }
 159: 
 160: 
 161: /*
 162: **  GETRGID -- get real group id (V7).
 163: */
 164: 
 165: getrgid()
 166: {
 167:     if (OpMode == MD_DAEMON)
 168:         return (RealGid);
 169:     else
 170:         return (getgid());
 171: }
 172: 
 173: /*
 174: **  USERNAME -- return the user id of the logged in user.
 175: **
 176: **	Parameters:
 177: **		none.
 178: **
 179: **	Returns:
 180: **		The login name of the logged in user.
 181: **
 182: **	Side Effects:
 183: **		none.
 184: **
 185: **	Notes:
 186: **		The return value is statically allocated.
 187: */
 188: 
 189: char *
 190: username()
 191: {
 192:     static char *myname = NULL;
 193:     register struct passwd *pw;
 194: 
 195:     /* cache the result */
 196:     if (myname == NULL)
 197:     {
 198:         myname = getlogin();
 199:         if (myname == NULL || myname[0] == '\0')
 200:         {
 201: 
 202:             pw = getpwuid(getruid());
 203:             if (pw != NULL)
 204:                 myname = newstr(pw->pw_name);
 205:         }
 206:         else
 207:         {
 208: 
 209:             pw = getpwnam(myname);
 210:             if(getuid() != pw->pw_uid)
 211:             {
 212:                 pw = getpwuid(getuid());
 213:                 if (pw != NULL)
 214:                     myname = newstr(pw->pw_name);
 215:             }
 216:         }
 217:         if (myname == NULL || myname[0] == '\0')
 218:         {
 219:             syserr("Who are you?");
 220:             myname = "postmaster";
 221:         }
 222:     }
 223: 
 224:     return (myname);
 225: }
 226: /*
 227: **  TTYPATH -- Get the path of the user's tty
 228: **
 229: **	Returns the pathname of the user's tty.  Returns NULL if
 230: **	the user is not logged in or if s/he has write permission
 231: **	denied.
 232: **
 233: **	Parameters:
 234: **		none
 235: **
 236: **	Returns:
 237: **		pathname of the user's tty.
 238: **		NULL if not logged in or write permission denied.
 239: **
 240: **	Side Effects:
 241: **		none.
 242: **
 243: **	WARNING:
 244: **		Return value is in a local buffer.
 245: **
 246: **	Called By:
 247: **		savemail
 248: */
 249: 
 250: # include <sys/stat.h>
 251: 
 252: char *
 253: ttypath()
 254: {
 255:     struct stat stbuf;
 256:     register char *pathn;
 257: 
 258:     /* compute the pathname of the controlling tty */
 259:     if ((pathn = ttyname(2)) == NULL && (pathn = ttyname(1)) == NULL &&
 260:         (pathn = ttyname(0)) == NULL)
 261:     {
 262:         errno = 0;
 263:         return (NULL);
 264:     }
 265: 
 266:     /* see if we have write permission */
 267:     if (stat(pathn, &stbuf) < 0 || !bitset(02, stbuf.st_mode))
 268:     {
 269:         errno = 0;
 270:         return (NULL);
 271:     }
 272: 
 273:     /* see if the user is logged in */
 274:     if (getlogin() == NULL)
 275:         return (NULL);
 276: 
 277:     /* looks good */
 278:     return (pathn);
 279: }
 280: /*
 281: **  CHECKCOMPAT -- check for From and To person compatible.
 282: **
 283: **	This routine can be supplied on a per-installation basis
 284: **	to determine whether a person is allowed to send a message.
 285: **	This allows restriction of certain types of internet
 286: **	forwarding or registration of users.
 287: **
 288: **	If the hosts are found to be incompatible, an error
 289: **	message should be given using "usrerr" and FALSE should
 290: **	be returned.
 291: **
 292: **	'NoReturn' can be set to suppress the return-to-sender
 293: **	function; this should be done on huge messages.
 294: **
 295: **	Parameters:
 296: **		to -- the person being sent to.
 297: **
 298: **	Returns:
 299: **		TRUE -- ok to send.
 300: **		FALSE -- not ok.
 301: **
 302: **	Side Effects:
 303: **		none (unless you include the usrerr stuff)
 304: */
 305: 
 306: bool
 307: checkcompat(to)
 308:     register ADDRESS *to;
 309: {
 310: # ifdef lint
 311:     if (to == NULL)
 312:         to++;
 313: # endif lint
 314: # ifdef EXAMPLE_CODE
 315:     /* this code is intended as an example only */
 316:     register STAB *s;
 317: 
 318:     s = stab("arpa", ST_MAILER, ST_FIND);
 319:     if (s != NULL && CurEnv->e_from.q_mailer != LocalMailer &&
 320:         to->q_mailer == s->s_mailer)
 321:     {
 322:         usrerr("No ARPA mail through this machine: see your system administration");
 323:         /* NoReturn = TRUE; to supress return copy */
 324:         return (FALSE);
 325:     }
 326: # endif EXAMPLE_CODE
 327:     return (TRUE);
 328: }
 329: /*
 330: **  GETLA -- get the current load average
 331: **
 332: **	This code stolen from la.c.
 333: **
 334: **	Parameters:
 335: **		none.
 336: **
 337: **	Returns:
 338: **		The current load average as an integer.
 339: **
 340: **	Side Effects:
 341: **		none.
 342: */
 343: 
 344: getla()
 345: {
 346:     double avenrun;
 347: 
 348:     getloadavg(&avenrun, 1);
 349:     return(avenrun);
 350: }
 351: /*
 352: **  SHOULDQUEUE -- should this message be queued or sent?
 353: **
 354: **	Compares the message cost to the load average to decide.
 355: **
 356: **	Parameters:
 357: **		pri -- the priority of the message in question.
 358: **
 359: **	Returns:
 360: **		TRUE -- if this message should be queued up for the
 361: **			time being.
 362: **		FALSE -- if the load is low enough to send this message.
 363: **
 364: **	Side Effects:
 365: **		none.
 366: */
 367: 
 368: bool
 369: shouldqueue(pri)
 370:     long pri;
 371: {
 372:     int la;
 373: 
 374:     la = getla();
 375:     if (la < QueueLA)
 376:         return (FALSE);
 377:     return (pri > (QueueFactor / (la - QueueLA + 1)));
 378: }
 379: /*
 380: **  SETPROCTITLE -- set process title for ps
 381: **
 382: **	Parameters:
 383: **		fmt -- a printf style format string.
 384: **		a, b, c -- possible parameters to fmt.
 385: **
 386: **	Returns:
 387: **		none.
 388: **
 389: **	Side Effects:
 390: **		Clobbers argv of our main procedure so ps(1) will
 391: **		display the title.
 392: */
 393: 
 394: /*VARARGS1*/
 395: setproctitle(fmt, a, b, c)
 396:     char *fmt;
 397: {
 398: # ifdef SETPROCTITLE
 399:     register char *p;
 400:     register int i;
 401:     extern char **Argv;
 402:     extern char *LastArgv;
 403:     char buf[MAXLINE];
 404: 
 405:     (void) sprintf(buf, fmt, a, b, c);
 406: 
 407:     /* make ps print "(sendmail)" */
 408:     p = Argv[0];
 409:     *p++ = '-';
 410: 
 411:     i = strlen(buf);
 412:     if (i > LastArgv - p - 2)
 413:     {
 414:         i = LastArgv - p - 2;
 415:         buf[i] = '\0';
 416:     }
 417:     (void) strcpy(p, buf);
 418:     p += i;
 419:     while (p < LastArgv)
 420:         *p++ = ' ';
 421: # endif SETPROCTITLE
 422: }
 423: /*
 424: **  REAPCHILD -- pick up the body of my child, lest it become a zombie
 425: **
 426: **	Parameters:
 427: **		none.
 428: **
 429: **	Returns:
 430: **		none.
 431: **
 432: **	Side Effects:
 433: **		Picks up extant zombies.
 434: */
 435: 
 436: # ifdef VMUNIX
 437: # include <sys/wait.h>
 438: # endif VMUNIX
 439: 
 440: reapchild()
 441: {
 442: # ifdef WNOHANG
 443:     union wait status;
 444: 
 445:     while (wait3(&status, WNOHANG, (struct rusage *) NULL) > 0)
 446:         continue;
 447: # else WNOHANG
 448:     auto int status;
 449: 
 450:     while (wait(&status) > 0)
 451:         continue;
 452: # endif WNOHANG
 453: }

Defined functions

checkcompat defined in line 306; used 2 times
getla defined in line 344; used 2 times
setdefaults defined in line 134; used 1 times
ttypath defined in line 252; used 2 times

Defined variables

Arpa_Info defined in line 96; used 3 times
Arpa_PSyserr defined in line 98; never used
Arpa_TSyserr defined in line 97; used 1 times
Arpa_Usrerr defined in line 99; never used
ConfFile defined in line 107; never used
DtableSize defined in line 116; never used
FreezeFile defined in line 108; never used
HdrInfo defined in line 56; never used
SccsId defined in line 12; never used
bool defined in line 306; used 1 times
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