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smtp(n) 				   smtp client					  smtp(n)

       smtp - Client-side tcl implementation of the smtp protocol

       package require Tcl

       package require mime ?1.3.2?

       package require smtp ?1.3.2?

       ::smtp::sendmessage token option...

       The smtp library package provides the client side of the smtp protocol.

       ::smtp::sendmessage token option...
	      This command sends the MIME part (see package mime) represented by token to an SMTP
	      server. options is a list of options and their associated values.   The  recognized
	      options are:

		     A list of SMTP servers. The default is localhost.

	      -ports A list of SMTP ports. The default is 25.

	      -queue Indicates	that  the  SMTP  server  should be asked to queue the message for
		     later processing. A boolean value.

		     Indicates that the SMTP server must find at least one  recipient  acceptable
		     for the message to be sent. A boolean value.

		     A	string	containing  an	822-style  address  specification. If present the
		     header isn't examined for an originator address.

		     A string containing one or more 822-style address specifications. If present
		     the  header  isn't examined for recipient addresses). If the string contains
		     more than one address they will be separated by commas.

		     A list of keywords and their values (may occur zero or more times).

       If the -originator option is not present, the originator address is taken  from	From  (or
       Resent-From); similarly, if the -recipients option is not present, recipient addresses are
       taken from To, cc, and Bcc (or Resent-To, and so on). Note that the header key/values sup-
       plied  by  the  -header option (not those present in the MIME part) are consulted. Regard-
       less, header key/values are added to the outgoing message as necessary to  ensure  that	a
       valid 822-style message is sent.

       The  command  returns  a  list  indicating  which recipients were unacceptable to the SMTP
       server. Each element of the list is another list, containing the address,  an  SMTP  error
       code,  and  a  textual  diagnostic.  Depending  on the -atleastone option and the intended
       recipients, a non-empty list may still indicate that  the  message  was	accepted  by  the

       mime, pop3, ftp, http

       mail, mail, email, smtp, mime, rfc821, rfc822, internet, net

mime					      1.3.2					  smtp(n)
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