of the script. MailMan chooses the highest priority script to try first.
NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS (field #1.1) notes how many times this script should be
tried before moving on to the next script and notifying the Postmaster (in
a bulletin) that MailMan was unable to connect using the script.
TYPE (field #1.2) is the script type (TCPCHAN, SMTP, FTP, TELNET, or OTHER).
PHYSICAL LINK / DEVICE (field #1.3) points to the DEVICE file to indicate
the port to be used for the connection. It may be the NULL DEVICE.
The following fields in the DOMAIN file 4.2 are used when establishing a
connection to a remote site. They all reside under the TRANSMISSION SCRIPT
multiple (field #4). Taken together, they provide the instructions on how to
connect. A domain may have one or more transmission scripts.
TRANSMISSION SCRIPT (field #.01) is the name of the script.
PRIORITY (field #1) is the relative priority (lower number = higher priority)