Cause to be knocked or scattered about, as in She bumped into the table and sent all the papers flying. This somewhat hyperbolic idiom was first recorded in 1789.
Systems Engineering for Network Debugging, Integration and Test. A two-year European Commission funded project to produce software tools for distributed applications running on networks of microcontrollers. (1994-07-21)
messaging The BSD Unix Message Transfer Agent supporting mail transport via TCP/IP using SMTP. Sendmail is normally invoked in the background via a Mail User Agent such as the mail command. Sendmail was written by Eric Allman at the University of California at Berkeley during the late 1970s. He now has his own company, Sendmail […]
messaging sendmail’s configuration file, which it reads once when starting up, usually found in the /etc directory. Only real Unix Gurus can understand, let alone modify, this file since it consists moslty of header rewrite rules written as M4 macros, as well as various other one- or two-character commands. (1996-12-09)
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company The company, announced in November 1997 and launched in March 1998, created by Eric Allman, the original author of Sendmail. Allman is Chief Technology Officer, Greg Olson is President and CEO. Sendmail Inc. will sell commercial upgrades, service and support to Internet Service Providers and corporations running critical e-mail applications, while still continuing freeware […]
noun 1. a demonstration of good wishes for a person setting out on a trip, career, or other venture: They gave him a rousing send-off at the pier. 2. a start given to a person or thing. noun (informal) 1. a demonstration of good wishes to a person about to set off on a journey, […]