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Re: Bug#275685: ITP: msmtp -- smtp client which can be used as a smtp plugin with mutt

also sprach Christian Surchi <csurchi@debian.org> [2004.10.09.1730 +0200]:
> I think it's not a right comparison, nullmail is an MTA. and
> AFAIK, msmtp is not an MTA:

it transports mail to the next relay, right?
nullmailer is a "simple relay-only mail transport agent."

what's the difference?

oh well, msmtp has TLS and SASL and IPv6, so I guess it is more
featureful than nullmailer...

> I think that msmtp simply will take the place of sendmail binary
> called by mutt.

oh, and calling it a plugin make is sounds so much better. are these
guys marketing specialists or software hackers?

did you know about lpr? it's the mutt print plugin which may also
work with other programmes.

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