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You can use sendmail directly to send the email. Using custom shell script would make it "cleaner". make crontab execute custom script @reboot .../reboot-notify make the script use sendmail directly simple script (e.g. you can make it check that IP address has changed) #!/bin/sh HOSTNAME=`hostname` /usr/sbin/sendmail -i email@example.com ...
The error simply means that the mail package is not installed or the mail script is not present on the system. To resolve the issue, install the mailx or mailutils package depending on your distro. As you have tagged CentOS in the question, so you need to install the mailx package. $ sudo yum install mailx Mailx is an enhanced mail command, which ...
On Debian/Ubuntu you need bsd-mailx package installed to send emails. Where did you added the above command? There are 3 possible reasons the mails aren't send: this command isn't executed at all (add it to /etc/rc.local to make sure it will be executed) bsd-mailx package isn't installed you tried to install some MTA which broke bsd-mailx configuration
There is a "Send Later" add-on for Thunderbird: True "Send Later" functionality to schedule the time for sending an email. I'm afraid this functionality isn't possible with Evolution. Using the command line, you can use a combination of the at command along with some mta such as ssmtp, mailutils or postfix. Example with mailutils: echo "Test" | mail ...
If your HP-UX is older than 11.11, you probably will have to install 3rd party MTA. Otherwise, this HP document should help: http://support.hp.com/id-en/document/c00916394 Note that STARTTLS is a feature/functionality provided with HP's port of sendmail 8.13.3 from the Opensource version.
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