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Setting autoedit=yes, composing will go directly to the message editor without prompting for recipient or subject. Note that you must also have edit_headers set. As @lcd047 mentions, this feature inhibits all the send hooks before calling the editor.


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I don't think it's possible to skip the initial recipient. You probably shouldn't do it anyway, since Mutt has a lot of useful hooks to the various addresses, and some of these hooks depend on the initial recipients (f.i. I choose between several .signature files in several languages based on these). There is a program named lbdb that essentially does tab ...


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Edit your sendmail.mc and add: define (`SMART_HOST', `your.smarthost')dnl FEATURE (`authinfo')dnl Create the file /etc/mail/authinfo with content: AuthInfo:your.smarthost "U:username" "P:password" Make new sendmail config: If you have sendmail-cf package installed: make -C /etc/mail Otherwise cd /etc/mail m4 ./sendmail.mc > ./sendmail.cf ...


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dhag was on the right lines. It was squirrelmail wrapping the lines, when I exported the email it had no wrapping. Later I found a setting under options, which when I set really high took away the wrapping for my cron job logs. But this has the side effect that now all your emails are not wrapped up to that limit, unless the sender has manual new lines ...


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That is pretty simple and also explained in the man page of the at command The at command mails you all output from standard output and standard error for the scheduled commands, unless you redirect that output. It also writes the job number and the scheduled time to standard error. Same as for cron, simply redirect stdout and stderr to some file ...


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There is also sup — "The hacker's Mail User Agent"


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If Alpine indeed works with step files, then, according to man open, you could try: open -W -n -e The -W option ensures open waits until the app is closed to return. The -n option is used to run a new instance of your app, even if it’s already running (this way, if you’re already running TextEdit, you don’t have to close the currently running instance). ...


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To put multiple addresses on the To: or Cc: or Bcc: line, separate them by a comma (plus optional spaces). There are mail readers that allow typing a semicolon to separate addresses and show addresses separated by semicolons, but this is not standard syntax. From: sendmail To: person01@gmail.com, person02@gmail.com Subject: Did You Both Receive It? You ...


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You can use the To: header several times. I was a little skeptical about it, but I just tried it on a SMTP server, and it accepted it. So, instead of sending... From: sendmail To: person01@gmail.com Cc: person02@gmail.com Subject: Did You Both Receive It? I hope you did ... you could send: From: sendmail To: person01@gmail.com To: person02@gmail.com ...


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This isn't an entirely ideal solution but if you install VimRoom then you can set your mutt pager to vim and have it activate Vimroom. Set this in your ~/.muttrc: set pager="view -c 'set nomod nolist' -c 'runtime! macros/less.vim' -c ':VimroomToggle' -c ':map q :VimroomToggle<CR>:q<CR>'" set prompt_after=no Here I source less.vim which ...


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Using sendmail(1) and formail(1) (from the procmail package), rather than mailx(1): formail -s sendmail -oem -oi some-address@some.site <mail-folder The point of formail(1) is just to split the folder into individual messages, you can omit it if you have a single message to bounce.


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Subdomains of registrable domain names are no more special than the "raw" domain which has fewer components. To be able to receive e-mail for domain foo.example, you would need: A DNS MX record of foo.example to mx-foo.example; A DNS A record of mx-foo.example to the address of a mail server; configuring the mail server so that it accepts mail for ...


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I followed one of the suggestions and went to gnome.extensions.com. There I found Notifications Alert (blinks the right icons at the top bar) and Panel OSD (which repositions and expands the alerts). They improved the situation a bit. I'll wait for Gnome 3.16 + Fedora 22 to be stable to see the new notifications. It should be release soon.


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I suggest mutt. Why?Because support tls and even kerberos for single sign on If use single sign on put on .muttrc set imap_authenticators="gssapi"


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You can use telnet to connect to the mail server and talk POP3 to check your credentials: $ telnet pop.gmx.net 110 Trying 212.227.17.185... Connected to pop.gmx.net. Escape character is '^]'. +OK POP server ready H migmx028 0MAbjW-1YwF4D0ml8-00BiVl USER spamaccount80@gmx.de +OK password required for user "spamaccount80@gmx.de" PASS typeyourpassword -ERR ...


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If you want to check your pop3 mail accounts then take a look at the following terminal mail clients: pine alpine mutt There are many more, but those are the most popular ones that I know of.


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"-a" Attach a file to your message using MIME. When attaching single or multiple files, separating filenames and recipient addresses with "--" is mandatory, e.g. mutt -a image.jpg -- addr1 or mutt -a img.jpg *.png -- addr1 addr2. The -a option must be placed at the end of command line options. –


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Looks like the following actions have solved the problems. Most of emails are now going through but just a few bounce back. Changing my email server from Dovecot to Courier. Temporary disable auto response emails to avoid the long queue. Enable rDNS lookup. Found this article ...


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I have get the same problem in an Ubuntu 14.04 server. And I find error message in /var/log/mail.err, which said: postfix/sendmail[27115]: fatal: open /etc/postfix/main.cf: No such file or directory Then I just reconfigured postfix and solved this problem. sudo dpkg-reconfigure postfix


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Your question is hazy on the details, and I have a bad feeling you are making the whole thing more complex than it needs to be (do you really need to rename the mailing lists? What is it about Exchange that makes it not worse?) but to attempt to answer your concrete question, you should be able to add a second destination to the alias which runs the ...



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