extremely simple MTA to get mail off the system to a mail hub
A secure, effective and simple way of getting mail off a system to your
mail hub. It contains no suid-binaries or other dangerous things - no mail
spool to poke around in, and no daemons running in the background. Mail is
simply forwarded to the configured mailhost. Extremely easy configuration.
WARNING: the above is all it does; it does not receive mail, expand aliases
or manage a queue. That belongs on a mail hub with a system administrator.
Purpose and value:
This is sSMTP, a program that replaces sendmail on workstations that should
send their mail via the departmental mailhub from which they pick up their
mail (via pop, imap, rsmtp, pop_fetch, NFS... or the like). This program
accepts mail and sends it to the mailhub, optionally replacing the domain in
the From: line with a different one.
WARNING: the above is all it does.
ssmtp for DEBIAN
This is a secure, minimal mail sender.
There is one configuration file in /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf where all parameters
are set. Support for debconf has been added, so to change the parameters use
the command "dpkg-reconfigure ssmtp".
SSMTP also supports reverse aliases if the file /etc/ssmtp/revaliases is
present. See ssmtp(8) for details.
SSMTP.CONF(5) BSD File Formats Manual SSMTP.CONF(5)
ssmtp.conf — ssmtp configuration file
ssmtp reads configuration data from /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf The
file contains keyword-argument pairs, one per line. Lines
starting with ‘#’ and empty lines are interpreted as comments.
The possible keywords and their meanings are as follows (b
mailq - show con
newaliases - upd
ssmtp (2.64-7) unstable; urgency=low
* Use hardening options
### This is now deprecated. Please see the RCS log for ssmtp.c etc for ###
### upto date change info
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