Re: A simple MTA?
On 11:56 Mon 24 Oct , mikepolniak wrote:
> On 17:41 Mon 24 Oct , Teemu Ikonen wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm looking for a mail transfer agent for a typical workstation,
> > laptop or simple server configuration, but so far I haven't found a
> > suitable one either in Debian or elsewhere. The ones I've checked are
> > either too simple (nullmailer, ssmtp) or too complex (exim and
> > everything else).
> You can use fetchmail with -m to force the mail it retrieves directly to
> procmail rather than forwarding to port 25 (so no MTA needed).
> fetchmail -a -m "/usr/bin/procmail -d %T"
> then procmail does its delivery to the mailboxes.
> Then i read the mail with Mutt and use my ISP's smtp to send with this
> setting in .muttrc
> set sendmail="/usr/bin/nbsmtp -d isp.net -h smtp.isp.net -f firstname.lastname@example.org"
I just realized that i set this up 3 years ago and nbsmtp is no longer
avialable. Just use 'msmtp':
and put the isp smtp info in ~/.msmtprc