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Re: How to use ssmtp ?
/ a12 <a12 at swipnet dot se> wrote:
| Thank you for your hint.
| echo test|ssmtp -s test recipient at domain dot com
| does send a mail.
| The From: field contains 'sys [sys at mail dot xyz dot com]'. As I want to
| contains it 'sys at rrback', I enter:
| echo test|ssmtp -fsys at rrback -s test recipient at domain dot com
| and it works as expected.
| The To: field is empty. How do I set it ?
| The Subject: field is empty. How do I set it ?
You put To: and Subject: as the first lines of what you send in to
ssmtp, and have one empty line to the body. Like:
To: someone at somewhere
Here comes the message
| How do I send a file ?
One easy way, "uuencode file | ssmtp", my way, I use uuenview to take
care of the encoding, formatting and so on.
I think.. :-)
The manpage contains an example or two..
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