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dpkg -l | grep mail
ii fetchmail 6.3.6-1etch1 SSL enabled POP3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/f
ii gmail-notify 1.6.1-3 A Gmail Notifier
ii iceape-mailnews 1.0.11~pre071022-0etch1 Iceape Mail & Newsgroups and Address Book
ii kmail 3.5.5.dfsg.1-6 KDE Email client
ii libksieve0 3.5.5.dfsg.1-6 KDE mail/news message filtering library
ii libktnef1 3.5.5.dfsg.1-6 Library for handling KTNEF email attachments
ii libmailtools-perl 1.74-1 Manipulate email in perl programs
ii libmailutils1 1.1+dfsg1-3.1 GNU Mail abstraction library
rc mailutils 1.1+dfsg1-3.1 GNU mailutils utilities for handling mail
ii mailx 8.1.2-0.20050715cvs-1 A simple mail user agent
ii metamail 2.7-52 implementation of MIME
ii mime-support 3.39-1 MIME files 'mime.types' & 'mailcap', and sup
ii mutt 1.5.13-1.1etch1 text-based mailreader supporting MIME, GPG,
ii procmail 3.22-16 Versatile e-mail processor
ii python-twisted-mail 0.3.0-1 An SMTP, IMAP and POP protocol implementati
Could maybe alternatives to nbsmtp would work better ? please could you provide any help or configuration ?
~$ apt-cache search smtp | grep smtp
clamsmtp - virus-scanning SMTP proxy
drac - Dynamic Relay Authorization Control (pop-before-smtp)
esmtp - User configurable relay-only MTA
esmtp-run - User configurable relay-only MTA
hotsmtp - SMTP to Hotmail (HTTPmail) gateway
libesmtp-dev - LibESMTP SMTP client library development files
libesmtp5 - LibESMTP SMTP client library
libnet-smtp-server-perl - A native Perl SMTP Server implementation
libnet-smtpauth-perl - Perl module that provides SMTP authentication (Net::SMTP_auth)
libsmtpguard-dev - Development files for smtpguard
libsmtpguard1 - Shared library of smtpguard
msmtp - light SMTP client with support for server profiles
msmtp-mta - light SMTP client with support for server profiles
php-net-smtp - PHP PEAR module implementing SMTP protocol
pop-before-smtp - watch log for POP/IMAP auth, notify MTA to allow relay
postfix-smtpguard - smtpguard policy service daemon for Postfix
proxsmtp - multi purpose SMTP Proxy
qpsmtpd - Flexible SMTP daemon for network-level spam detection
smtp-refuser - Simple spam-block with refusal message
smtpd - Mail proxy for firewalls with anti-spam and anti-relay features
smtpfeed - SMTP feed -- SMTP Fast Exploding External Deliver for Sendmail
smtpguard - smtp flow control
ssmtp - extremely simple MTA to get mail off the system to a mail hub
I just configured esmtp and I got that
after esmtp firstname.lastname@example.org < /tmp/page.htm
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