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Source code changes of the file "doc/msmtp.1" between
msmtp-1.8.19.tar.xz and msmtp-1.8.20.tar.xz

About: msmtp is an SMTP client with a sendmail compatible interface. It can be used with Mutt and other mail user agents.

msmtp.1  (msmtp-1.8.19.tar.xz):msmtp.1  (msmtp-1.8.20.tar.xz)
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Deprecated, use --tls-priorities instead. Set or unset min imum bit size of the Diffie- Deprecated, use --tls-priorities instead. Set or unset min imum bit size of the Diffie-
Hellman (DH) prime. See the tls_min_dh_prime_bits command. Hellman (DH) prime. See the tls_min_dh_prime_bits command.
Options specific to sendmail mode Options specific to sendmail mode
-f, --from=address -f, --from=address
Set the envelope-from address. Set the envelope-from address.
If no account was chosen yet (with --account or --host), t his option will choose the first If no account was chosen yet (with --account or --host), t his option will choose the first
account that has the given envelope-from address (set with the from command). If no such account that has the given envelope-from address (set with the from command). If no such
account is found, "default" is used. account is found, "default" is used.
See the from command for substitution patterns supported in address. See the from and allow_from_override commands.
-N, --dsn-notify=(off|cond) -N, --dsn-notify=(off|cond)
Set or unset DSN notification conditions. See the dsn_notif y command. Set or unset DSN notification conditions. See the dsn_notif y command.
-R, --dsn-return=(off|ret) -R, --dsn-return=(off|ret)
Set or unset the DSN notification amount. See the dsn_re turn command. Note that hdrs is Set or unset the DSN notification amount. See the dsn_re turn command. Note that hdrs is
accepted as an alias for headers to be compatible with send mail. accepted as an alias for headers to be compatible with send mail.
--set-from-header[=(auto|on|off)] --set-from-header[=(auto|on|off)]
Set From header handling. See the set_from_header command. Set From header handling. See the set_from_header command.
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from envelope_from from envelope_from
Set the envelope-from address. The following substitution patterns are supported: Set the envelope-from address. The following substitution patterns are supported:
%U will be replaced by $USER, or if that fails by $LOGNAME, or if that fails by the login name of %U will be replaced by $USER, or if that fails by $LOGNAME, or if that fails by the login name of
the user running msmtp. the user running msmtp.
%H will be replaced by $HOSTNAME, or if that fails by the host nam e of the system. %H will be replaced by $HOSTNAME, or if that fails by the host nam e of the system.
%C will be replaced by the canonical name of %H. %C will be replaced by the canonical name of %H.
%M will be replaced by the contents of /etc/mailname (potential ly a different directory is used %M will be replaced by the contents of /etc/mailname (potential ly a different directory is used
depending on the build configuration; see the output of msmtp --ve rsion and look for the location depending on the build configuration; see the output of msmtp --ve rsion and look for the location
of the system configuration file). of the system configuration file).
Note that the obsolete auto_from command replaces this envelope-fr om address. Note that the obsolete auto_from command replaces this envelope-fr om address.
To enforce the use of this envelope-from address and ignore
the -f / --from option, see the
allow_from_override command.
Furthermore, the envelope-from address may be a wildcard pattern a s used for file name matching in Furthermore, the envelope-from address may be a wildcard pattern a s used for file name matching in
the shell. This is the case if it contains one of the characters ? , * or [. This allows a variety the shell. This is the case if it contains one of the characters ? , * or [. This allows a variety
of envelope-from addresses given with the --from option to match a single account. of envelope-from addresses given with the --from option to match a single account.
allow_from_override (on|off)
By default, the --from option overrides the from command. Set to
off to disable this.
dsn_notify (off|condition) dsn_notify (off|condition)
This command sets the condition(s) under which the mail system should send DSN (Delivery Status This command sets the condition(s) under which the mail system sho uld send DSN (Delivery Status
Notification) messages. The argument off disables explicit DSN req uests, which means the mail sys- Notification) messages. The argument off disables explicit DSN req uests, which means the mail sys-
tem decides when to send DSN messages. This is the default. The c ondition must be never, to never tem decides when to send DSN messages. This is the default. The c ondition must be never, to never
request notification, or a comma separated list (no spaces!) of on e or more of the following: request notification, or a comma separated list (no spaces!) of one or more of the following:
failure, to request notification on transmission failure, delay, t o be notified of message delays, failure, to request notification on transmission failure, delay, t o be notified of message delays,
success, to be notified of successful transmission. The SMTP serve r must support the DSN exten- success, to be notified of successful transmission. The SMTP se rver must support the DSN exten-
sion. sion.
dsn_return (off|amount) dsn_return (off|amount)
This command controls how much of a mail should be returned in DS N (Delivery Status Notification) This command controls how much of a mail should be returned in DSN (Delivery Status Notification)
messages. The argument off disables explicit DSN requests, which m eans the mail system decides how messages. The argument off disables explicit DSN requests, which m eans the mail system decides how
much of a mail it returns in DSN messages. This is the default. much of a mail it returns in DSN messages. This is the default. T
The amount must be headers, to he amount must be headers, to
just return the message headers, or full, to return the full mail. just return the message headers, or full, to return the full mai
The SMTP server must support l. The SMTP server must support
the DSN extension. the DSN extension.
set_from_header [(auto|on|off)] set_from_header [(auto|on|off)]
When to set a From header: auto adds a From header if the mai When to set a From header: auto adds a From header if the mail doe
l does not have one (this is the s not have one (this is the
default), on always sets a From header and overrides any existing default), on always sets a From header and overrides any existin
one, and off never sets a From g one, and off never sets a From
header. header.
If the mail server rejects the mail because its From header does not match the envelope from If the mail server rejects the mail because its From header does not match the envelope-from
address (a common anti-spam measure), then you might want to set t his option to on. address (a common anti-spam measure), then you might want to set t his option to on.
The From header is created based on the envelope-from address. Dis
able allow_from_override to pre-
vent programs from setting their own envelope-from address.
For compatibility with older versions, add_missing_from_header [(o n|off)] is still supported and For compatibility with older versions, add_missing_from_header [(o n|off)] is still supported and
corresponds to the auto and off settings. corresponds to the auto and off settings.
set_date_header [(on|off)] set_date_header [(on|off)]
When to set a Date header: auto adds a Date header if the mai l does not have one (this is the When to set a Date header: auto adds a Date header if the mai l does not have one (this is the
default), and off never sets a Date header. default), and off never sets a Date header.
For compatibility with older versions, add_missing_date_header [(o n|off)] is still supported and For compatibility with older versions, add_missing_date_header [(o n|off)] is still supported and
corresponds to the auto and off settings. corresponds to the auto and off settings.
remove_bcc_headers [(on|off)] remove_bcc_headers [(on|off)]
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