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pygs - the PYthon Gateway Script
pygs -t recipient@domain1 -s sender@domain2 [-e envelope@domain3] [-d]
[-T] [-V] [-l logfile] [-w whitelist] [-h]
NOTE: this man page is to be continued :)
pygs read from stdin a nntp article, sending it to recipient@domain1 a
rfc822 compliant email setting Resent-Sender: sender@domain2 and envelope
envelope@domain3 if exists, else sender@domain2.
There is some documetation in /urs/share/doc/pyg
I created mailgate user (moderator of local.moderated ng). Every article
posted in local.moderated is sent to mailgate, in its .procmailrc I’ve
:0 bhc * ^To: *local-moderated | $HOME/pygs -t kalfa@localhost -e
email@example.com -s ’firstname.lastname@example.org’
where kalfa@localhost is the recipient (it usually is a mailing list)
an header extract from kalfa@localhost mbox:
note that sender and envelope are different. rfc822 says that Sender: have to be a human user (not a program or similia). envelope can mailgate user.
Cosimo Alfarano <email@example.com>
Boh. send any bug to the author , please.