Provided by: auto-multiple-choice-common_1.2.1-3build1_all bug


       AMC-mailing - mail PDF annotated completed answer sheets to students


       auto-multiple-choice mailing [--xmlargs args.xml] --projet project-dir
                            --students-list students-list.csv [--list-encoding encoding]
                            --email-column col --sender sender-email --subject subject
                            --text email-body [--debug file.log] [transport arguments...]


       The command sends by email the PDF annotated completed answer sheets to the
       students. Email addresses are taken from the students list file.

       --projet project-dir
           Gives the project directory.

       --students-list students-list.csv
           sets the students list file name.

       --list-encoding encoding
           selects an encoding for file students-list.csv (default is utf-8).

       --email-column col
           sets the name of the column containing the email addresses of the students in the
           students list file.

       --sender sender-email
           sets the sender email.

       --subject subject
           sets the subject of the emails to send.

       --text email-body
           sets the body text of the emails to send.

       --attach filename
           adds file filename as an attachment to all emails sent. Use this option several times
           to attach multiple files.

       --transport transport
           sets the transport to use.  transport may be sendmail or SMTP.

       --debug file.log
           gives a file to fill with debugging information.


       Depending on the value used for argument transport, the following arguments can be added:

   Transport sendmail
       --sendmail-path path
           sets the path to the sendmail command (defaults to /usr/sbin/sendmail).

   Transport SMTP
       --smtp-host host
           sets the SMTP hostname (defaults to smtp).

       --smtp-port port
           sets the port to use (default value is 25).


       To avoid encoding problems, one can place some arguments in a XML file and use the
       --xmlargs file.xml argument as the first command argument. Here is an exemple of such a

           <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
             <arg>--sender</arg><arg>Bienvenüe &lt;;</arg>
             <arg>--text</arg><arg>Voilà votre copie corrigée</arg>


       Alexis Bienvenüe <>
           Main author

       Jean Bérard
           Translation from French

       Georges Khaznadar
           Translation from French


       Copyright © 2008-2013 Alexis Bienvenüe

       This document can be used according to the terms of the GNU General Public License,
       version 2 or later.