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You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially


You may use more exotic "sendmail look alike" (e.g. provided by msmtp) to send directly via another smtp host without "system wide" configuration.
msmtp is distributed in debian so it is likely to be included in other linux distributions.

https://packages.debian.org/stretch/msmtp

Package: msmtp (1.6.6-1)
light SMTP client with support for server profiles

msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used to send mails from Mutt and probably other MUAs (mail user agents). It forwards mails to an SMTP server (for example at a free mail provider), which takes care of the final delivery. Using profiles, it can be easily configured to use different SMTP servers with different configurations, which makes it ideal for mobile clients.

You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially


You may use more exotic "sendmail look alike" (e.g. provided by msmtp) to send via another smtp host without "system wide" configuration.
msmtp is distributed in debian so it is likely to be included in other linux distributions.

https://packages.debian.org/stretch/msmtp

Package: msmtp (1.6.6-1)
light SMTP client with support for server profiles

msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used to send mails from Mutt and probably other MUAs (mail user agents). It forwards mails to an SMTP server (for example at a free mail provider), which takes care of the final delivery. Using profiles, it can be easily configured to use different SMTP servers with different configurations, which makes it ideal for mobile clients.

You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially


You may use more exotic "sendmail look alike" (e.g. provided by msmtp) to send directly via another smtp host without "system wide" configuration.
msmtp is distributed in debian so it is likely to be included in other linux distributions.

https://packages.debian.org/stretch/msmtp

Package: msmtp (1.6.6-1)
light SMTP client with support for server profiles

msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used to send mails from Mutt and probably other MUAs (mail user agents). It forwards mails to an SMTP server (for example at a free mail provider), which takes care of the final delivery. Using profiles, it can be easily configured to use different SMTP servers with different configurations, which makes it ideal for mobile clients.

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You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially


You may use more exotic "sendmail look alike" (e.g. provided by msmtp) to send via another smtp host without "system wide" configuration.
msmtp is distributed in debian so it is likely to be included in other linux distributions.

https://packages.debian.org/stretch/msmtp

Package: msmtp (1.6.6-1)
light SMTP client with support for server profiles

msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used to send mails from Mutt and probably other MUAs (mail user agents). It forwards mails to an SMTP server (for example at a free mail provider), which takes care of the final delivery. Using profiles, it can be easily configured to use different SMTP servers with different configurations, which makes it ideal for mobile clients.

You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially

You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially


You may use more exotic "sendmail look alike" (e.g. provided by msmtp) to send via another smtp host without "system wide" configuration.
msmtp is distributed in debian so it is likely to be included in other linux distributions.

https://packages.debian.org/stretch/msmtp

Package: msmtp (1.6.6-1)
light SMTP client with support for server profiles

msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used to send mails from Mutt and probably other MUAs (mail user agents). It forwards mails to an SMTP server (for example at a free mail provider), which takes care of the final delivery. Using profiles, it can be easily configured to use different SMTP servers with different configurations, which makes it ideal for mobile clients.

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source | link

You may use sendmail or "sendmail look alike" provided by postfix/exim/... .

/usr/sbin/sendmail -i -- $recipients < message_file

-i - do not treat lines with leading dot specially