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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am trying to send a mail with below command which is working fine. $FilePath_mail have To,From and other information along with mail body which is in HTML format. I want to have image(logo) in the body. So just wanted to send it as an an attachment.
/usr/sbin/sendmail -t <... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: balakrishnaps
2. UNIX and Linux Applications
As per below article, we have configured qmail in our system.
THE LINUX STUFF: qmail Installation Steps on Linux
But when we try to send any mail in own domain, got below error message. Please advise.
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Discussion started by: makauser
3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am attempting to send multipart formatted email using sendmail -t with attachments. The attachments always arrive as empty if sent from linux. They are intact if sent from AIX.
Does qmail not support attachments for multipart formatted email?
I have a legacy application which runs... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: charles_n_may
4. Shell Programming and Scripting
Can anyone point out some examples on how to use sendmail to send mails with attachments. We have a requirement to change from address and so we are not able to use uuencode along with mailx for sending emails. All your reponses are highly appreciated.
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a problem which rely on the fact that I can't to connect from my Linux to any mail server (I have tried for example poczta.o2.pl 587 and poczta.onet.pl 587). It something strange because it works finely on Windows. Have you suggestions what can be source of troubles? I have tried to... (5 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have email that is being routed from one server to another server it seems.
The sending server has postfix running and the receiving server has sendmail running. The sendmail status is receiving connection. The sending server cannot seem to reach the receiving server. Error logs state... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: mojoman
7. Red Hat
I am a complete newbie to linux, I have been given a job to install a mail solution (postfix if possible) I would like to know how should I go about installing..)
Can any one provide me some steps to go about it..
i have read about postfix and the installation steps, it seems there are... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: anilhk
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Am using smtpd_recipient_restrictions & check_recipient_access in postfix.
The hash file looks like this:
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Discussion started by: coolatt
Hi every body.
I have istalled qmail on Red Hat Linux on Local Machine.
I have sent mails.I noticed that these mails have been queued but not delivered.
Can you please help me? So I can send email locally.
I have used following cammands:
# qmailctl stat
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Discussion started by: mosiur
Migrating from sendmail on SUN Solaris to POSTFIX on Linux.
I have been asked to migrate our sendmail to postfix on Linux and would appreciate and information. Hints and tips on the process involved.
Perhaps any links to useful site or documentation that you may know about.
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Discussion started by: Andrek
MAILER.CONF(5) BSD File Formats Manual MAILER.CONF(5)
mailer.conf -- configuration file for mailwrapper(8)
The file /etc/mailer.conf contains a series of lines of the form
name program [arguments ...]
The first word of each line is the name of a program invoking mailwrapper(8). (For example, on a typical system /usr/sbin/sendmail would be
a symbolic link to mailwrapper(8), as would newaliases(1) and mailq(1). Thus, name might be ``sendmail'' or ``newaliases'' etc.)
The second word of each line is the name of the program to actually execute when the first name is invoked.
The further arguments, if any, are passed to the program, followed by the arguments mailwrapper(8) was called with.
The file may also contain comment lines, denoted by a '#' mark in the first column of any line.
The default mailer is postfix(1), which will also start by default (unless specifically disabled via an rc.conf(5) setting) so that locally
generated mail can be delivered, if the ``sendmail'' setting in /etc/mailer.conf is set to ``/usr/libexec/postfix/sendmail''.
This example shows how to set up mailer.conf to invoke the postfix(1) program:
This example shows the use of the mini-sendmail package from pkgsrc in place of postfix(1):
# Send outgoing mail to a smart relay using mini-sendmail
sendmail /usr/pkg/sbin/mini-sendmail -srelayhost
send-mail /usr/pkg/sbin/mini-sendmail -srelayhost
Note the use of additional arguments.
mail(1), mailq(1), newaliases(1), postfix(1), mailwrapper(8)
mailer.conf appeared in NetBSD 1.4.
Perry E. Metzger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The entire reason this program exists is a crock. Instead, a command for how to submit mail should be standardized, and all the ``behave
differently if invoked with a different name'' behavior of things like mailq(1) should go away.
April 10, 2010 BSD