I would like to send out email to a Java User Group list using the mail program on Linux. I have a script that will read a list of email addresses from a file and send out email to each of the required recipients.
The man pages for the program do not show any any way of adding a reply-to address as the first few lines from the man pages quoted below show.
MAIL(1) BSD General Commands Manual MAIL(1)
mail - send and receive mail
mail [-iInv] [-s subject] [-c cc-addr] [-b bcc-addr] to-addr...
mail [-iInNv] -f [name]
mail [-iInNv] [-u user]
Mail is an intelligent mail processing system, which has a command syntax
reminiscent of ed(1) with lines replaced by messages.
Is there any way of changing the default reply-to address which is myUserName@ourLinuxBoxDomain to my work email address?
I can't seem to find any kind of documentation on doing this. I'd be just as happy if someone could point me to some place that has the appropriate documentation.