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NAME

        mail.remote - pseudo-sendmail interface for mail delivery
 

SYNOPSIS

        mail.remote [OPTION...] [TO-ADDR]...
 

DESCRIPTION

        GNU mail.remote -- pseudo-sendmail interface for mail delivery
 
        -b OPT Ignored for sendmail compatibility
 
        -d, --debug
               Print  envelope  commands  in  the SMTP protocol transaction. If
               specified more than once, the data part of the protocol transac‐
               tion will also be printed.
 
        -f, --from=ADDR
               Override the default from address
 
        -i     Ignored for sendmail compatibility
 
        -o OPT Ignored for sendmail compatibility
 
        -t, --read-recipients
               Read message for recipients.
 
               Authentication options
 
        --authentication=MODLIST
               Set the list of modules to be used for authentication
 
        --authorization=MODLIST
               Set list of modules to be used for authorization
 
        --pam-service=STRING
               Use STRING as PAM service name
 
        --sql-db=STRING
               Name of the database to connect to
 
        --sql-getpass=QUERY
               SQL query to retrieve a password from the database
 
        --sql-getpwnam=QUERY
               SQL query to retrieve a passwd entry based on username
 
        --sql-getpwuid=QUERY
               SQL query to retrieve a passwd entry based on UID
 
        --sql-host=HOSTNAME
               Name or IP of MySQL server to connect to
 
        --sql-interface=NAME
               Type of SQL interface to use
 
        --sql-passwd=STRING
               SQL connection password
 
        --sql-password-type=STRING
               Type  of password returned by --sql-getpass query. STRING is one
               of: plain, hash, scrambled
 
        --sql-port=NUMBER
               Port to use
 
        --sql-user=NAME
               SQL user name
 
        --virtual-passwd-dir=DIR
               Search for virtual passwd file in DIR
 
               Common options
 
        -M, --mailer=MAILER
               Use specified URL as the default mailer
 
        -D, --email-domain=DOMAIN
               Set domain for unqualified user names (default is this host)
 
        -E, --email-addr=EMAIL
               Set current user’s email address (default is  loginname@default‐
               domain)
 
        --license
               Print license and exit
 
        -?, --help
               give this help list
 
        --usage
               give a short usage message
 
        -V, --version
               print program version
 
        Mandatory  or  optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or
        optional for any corresponding short options.
 
        This is a simple drop-in  replacement  for  sendmail  to  forward  mail
        directly to an SMTP gateway.  You should always specify your SMTP gate‐
        way using --mailer option (the best place to do so is in your  configu‐
        ration file).
 

EXAMPLES

        Deliver  mail  via SMTP gateway at "mail.example.com", reading its con‐
        tents for recipients of the message.
 
smtp://mail.example.com -t
 
        Deliver mail only to "devnull@foo.bar"
 
smtp://mail.example.com devnull@foo.bar
 
        Deliver mail to "devnull@foo.bar" as well as to the  recipients  speci‐
        fied in the message itself:
 
smtp://mail.example.com -t devnull@foo.bar
        Report bugs to <bug-mailutils@gnu.org>.
        The  complete  GNU  mailutils manual is not available in Debian systems
        due to licensing reasons. You can find this manual online  in  the  GNU
        mailutils webpage:
http://www.gnu.org/software/mailutils/manual/index.html.
 

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