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NAME

       sendmail - Local user interface to XMail

SYNOPSIS

       sendmail  [-t]  [-f...]  [-F...]  [--input-file  fname]  [--xinput-file
       fname] [--rcpt-file fname] [--] recipient ...

DESCRIPTION

       When building XMail an executable  called  sendmail  is  also  created.
       This  is  a  replacement  of  the  sendmail program used mostly on Unix
       systems and that use the local mail delivery feature of XMail  to  send
       email generated onto the server machine.

EXIT STATUS

       sendmail exits with zero on success.

OPTIONS

       The  only  a few sendmail options that are supported, other options are
       simply ignored. There are also some special XMail options.

       -f{mail from}
              Set the sender of the email.

       -F{ext mail from}
              Set the extended sender of the email.

       -t     Extract recipients from the "To:"/"Cc:"/"Bcc:" header tags

       --input-file fname
              Take the message from the specified file instead  from  stdin  (
              RFC format ).

       --xinput-file fname
              Take  the  message  from the specified file instead from stdin (
              XMail format ).

       --rcpt-file fname
              Add recipients listed inside the specified file ( list  exploder
              ).

ENVIRONMENT

       MAIL_ROOT
              Mail root directory.

NOTES

       XMail message format is strict:

       mail from:<...>[CR][LF]
       rcpt to:<...>[CR][LF]
       [CR][LF]
       message text with [CR][LF] line termination

       RFC message format:

       [Headers]
       NewLine
       Body

SEE ALSO

       XMail(8).

AUTHOR

       XMail  program was written by Davide Libenzi <davidel@xmailserver.org>.
       This manual page was written by Radim  Kolar  <hsn@cybermail.net>,  for
       the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                                March  12, 2002                    SENDMAIL(8)