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NAME

     ssmtp.conf — ssmtp configuration file

DESCRIPTION

     ssmtp reads configuration data from /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf The file contains keyword-argument
     pairs, one per line.  Lines starting with ‘#’ and empty lines are interpreted as comments.

     The possible keywords and their meanings are as follows (both are case-insensitive):

     Root    The user that gets all mail for userids less than 1000. If blank, address rewriting
             is disabled.

     Mailhub
             The host to send mail to, in the form host port | IP_addr port [: port].  The
             default port is 25.

     RewriteDomain
             The domain from which mail seems to come.  for user authentication.

     Hostname
             The full qualified name of the host.  If not specified, the host is queried for its
             hostname.

     FromLineOverride
             Specifies whether the From header of an email, if any, may override the default
             domain.  The default is “no”.

     UseTLS  Specifies whether ssmtp uses TLS to talk to the SMTP server.  The default is “no”.

     UseSTARTTLS
             Specifies whether ssmtp does a EHLO/STARTTLS before starting SSL negotiation.  See
             RFC 2487.

     TLSCert
             The file name of an RSA certificate to use for TLS, if required.

     AuthUser
             The user name to use for SMTP AUTH.  The default is blank, in which case SMTP AUTH
             is not used.  sent without

     AuthPass
             The password to use for SMTP AUTH.

     AuthMethod
             The authorization method to use.  If unset, plain text is used.  May also be set to
             “cram-md5”.

FILES

     /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf
             Contains configuration data for ssmtp.

SEE ALSO

     ssmtp(8)

AUTHORS

     Matt Ryan (mryan@debian.org), Hugo Haas (hugo@debian.org), Christoph Lameter
     (clameter@debian.org) and Dave Collier-Brown (davecb@hobbes.ss.org).  Reuben Thomas
     (rrt@sc3d.org) wrote the man page.