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msg2smtp ‐ a 'bridge' between MUA and GNU Anubis
msg2smtp -h HOST [-p PORT] [-e HELO_DOMAIN] [-U USERNAME] [-P PASSWORD] [-m MECHANISM] [-d]
This manual page documents briefly the msg2smtp command. msg2smtp is a program that takes a mail message on STDIN and relays it to an SMTP server. MUA (Mutt) ‐‐> msg2smtp.pl ‐‐> Anubis ‐‐> remote or local MTA This can be used whenever you want to convert a mail message on STDIN and talk to an SMTP server as output. Just like sendmail do. If you want to use this script with Mutt, add this to Mutt configuration file: set sendmail="/PATHTO/msg2smtp.pl -h localhost" If you run GNU Anubis on port 4000, you would put this line in your muttrc: set sendmail="/PATHTO/msg2smtp.pl -h localhost -p 4000"
A summary of options is included below: -h HOST hostname of SMTP server, often 'localhost', -p PORT port of the SMTP server, -e HELO_DOMAIN domain we use when to say helo to smtp server, -U USERNAME ESMTP auth username, -P PASSWORD ESMTP auth password, -m MECHANISM ESMTP auth mechanism ‐ default is PLAIN, -d shows SMTP conversation and perl debugging.
msg2smtp was written by Michael de Beer <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Krzysztof Burghardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 2007 Aug 26 MSG2SMTP(1)