The <Vrfy> element is the top level XML element (document root) for each verifier. Inside of each <Vrfy> element is one verifier type element. Red Condor supports the following verifier types:
The Multi verifier type is special. It can contain one or more of the other verifier types. When they appear inside of a <Multi> element, they are called sub-verifiers. The options available in configuring sub-verifiers are different from top-level verifiers. Also, a Multi verifier cannot contain another Multi verifier.
All other configurable data exists inside of the typed-verifier. Some configuration options are available in more than one type of verifier. Other configuration options are only available for a specific verifier type.
This document discusses the attributes of the <Vrfy> element first, then the shared elements available to more than one of the verifier types. Then, each verifier type has its own section describing which of the shared elements and which unique elements it may/must contain. Finally, there are some examples.
Appendix A: Verifier Feature Implementation Status shows the feature implementation status for the verifier types. Appendix B: Configuration Element Summary summarizes the elements that can appear in each type of verifier and how many may appear.