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If you have virtual domains that are constantly dynamic, then you must already have a process for dynamically adding and removing them. Why not simply include some virtusertable entries in your existing automated process? Someone signs up abc.com, instead of just a virtual domain, also create bounce@abc.com and whatever@abc.com. You can state the routing ...


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What you would need to do is include the file below the Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="por5151.pdf" line while you generate the .eml file. You can do so using the base64 utility: base64 por5151.pdf Make sure the closing boundary (--B835649000072104Jul07--) gets inserted behind that. sendmail doesn't interpret the file that you hand it, ...


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With mutt you can simply use: echo "This is the message body" | mutt -a "/path/to/file_to_attach" -s "subject of message" -- recipient@domain.com Using mail command: mail -a /opt/emailfile.eml -s "Email File" user@example.com < /dev/null -a is used for attachments. You can use SendEmail: sendemail -t to@example.com -m "Here is the file." -a ...



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