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       nbsmtprc - The no-brainer SMTP configuration file


       Please  note  that  this file is only read when no -n or -N options are
       passed to nbSMTP.

       The nbsmtprc file consists of a series of option pairs. Each  line  may
       contain  one of those pairs. keys and values are separated by using the
       equal sign (“=”).

       The pound sign (“#”) is the “comment” characer.  All  text  after  that
       sign will be ignored.


       One or more of these options may be used:

              Type: string
              Default: (none)

              This  is  the  host  to  relay  messages  to.  No default value.

              Type: string
              Default: (none)

              This is the address to send in MAIL  FROM  command.  No  default
              value. Required.

              Type: string
              Default: machine’s hostname

              Name  to send in the HELO/EHLO greeting command. Defaults to the
              machine’s local hostname.

              Type: string
              Default: (none)

              SASL User name. No default value.

              Type: string
              Default: (none)

              SASL Password. No default value.

              Type: string
              Default: plain ( AUTH PLAIN )

              SASL Mechanism to use. Defaults to ’plain’ (AUTH PLAIN). If  set
              to  ’login’,  AUTH  LOGIN  will be used. If set to ’crammd5’ and
              compiled with --enable-ssl, AUTH CRAM-MD5 will be used.

              Type: int
              Default: 25 - 465

              Port to use to connect the relayhost. Defaults to 25 if no  port
              is specified or if use_starttls is specified. Defaults to 465 if
              use_tls is True and use_starttls is False.

              Type: boolean
              Default: False

              Whether to use TLS to  connect.  Possible  values  are  True  or
              False.  Defaults  to  False  but if use_starttls is set to True,
              use_tls will be set to True.

              Type: boolean
              Default: False

              Whether to use STARTTLS command. Possible  values  are  True  or
              False.   Defaults  to  False.  When  set  to  True,  use_tls  is
              automatically set to True.

              Type: int
              Default: 0

              Whether to activate  debug  messages.  If  set  to  1  LOG_DEBUG
              messages  will  be sent to syslog. If set to 2, messages will be
              printed to STDERR, but no message will be sent to syslog, useful
              when  testing.   The  default  value  (0) will generate just the
              needed messages and send them to syslog. If you set this  to  >2
              passwords  won’t  be  masked when printing to STDERR. They’ll be
              masked if they are sent to syslog.



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