Provided by: sendemail_1.56-5.1_all
SendEmail - Lightweight, command line SMTP email client
SendEmail -f ADDRESS [options]
-f ADDRESS from (sender) email address * At least one recipient required via -t, -cc, or -bcc * Message body required via -m, STDIN, or -o message-file=FILE Common: -t ADDRESS [ADDR ...] to email address(es) -u SUBJECT message subject -m MESSAGE message body -s SERVER[:PORT] smtp mail relay, default is localhost:25 -S [SENDMAIL_PATH] use local sendmail utility (default: /usr/bin/sendmail) instead of network MTA Optional: -a FILE [FILE ...] file attachment(s) -cc ADDRESS [ADDR ...] cc email address(es) -bcc ADDRESS [ADDR ...] bcc email address(es) [32;1mParanormal:[m -xu USERNAME authentication user (for SMTP authentication) -xp PASSWORD authentication password (for SMTP authentication) -l LOGFILE log to the specified file -v verbosity, use multiple times for greater effect -q be quiet (no stdout output) -o NAME=VALUE see extended help topic "misc" for details Help: --help TOPIC The following extended help topics are available: addressing explain addressing and related options message explain message body input and related options misc explain -xu, -xp, and others networking explain -s, etc output explain logging and other output options
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sendemail was written by Brandon Zehm <firstname.lastname@example.org> . This manual page was written by Brandon Zehm and improved by Alejandro Garrido Mota <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).