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SendEmail — Lightweight, command line SMTP email client

Synopsis

SendEmail -f ADDRESS [options]

Options

-f ADDRESS

from (sender) email address

* At least one recipient required via -t, -cc, or -bcc * Message body required via -m, STDIN, or -o message-file=FILE

Common:

-t ADDRESS [ADDR ...]

to email address(es)

-u SUBJECT

message subject

-m MESSAGE

message body

-s SERVER[:PORT]

smtp mail relay, default is localhost:25

-S [SENDMAIL_PATH]

use local sendmail utility (default: /usr/bin/sendmail) instead of network MTA

Optional:

-a

FILE [FILE ...]      file attachment(s)

-cc

ADDRESS [ADDR ...]   cc  email address(es)

-bcc ADDRESS [ADDR ...]

bcc email address(es)

[32;1mParanormal:[m

-xu USERNAME

authentication user (for SMTP authentication)

-xp PASSWORD

authentication password (for SMTP authentication)

-l

LOGFILE               log to the specified file

-v

verbosity, use multiple times for greater effect

-q

be quiet (no stdout output)

-o NAME=VALUE

see extended help topic "misc" for details

Help:

--help TOPIC

The following extended help topics are available:

addressing

explain addressing and related options

message

explain message body input and related options

misc

explain -xu, -xp, and others

networking

explain -s, etc

output

explain logging and other output options

Reporting Bugs

Report bugs to <http://bugs.debian.org/sendemail>

Author

sendemail was written by Brandon Zehm <caspian@dotconf.net> .

This manual page was written by Brandon Zehm and improved by Alejandro Garrido Mota <garridomota@gmail.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).

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September 2010 sendEmail User Commands