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About: S-nail is a mail processing system intended to provide the functionality of the POSIX mailx command and offers extensions for line editing, IDNA, MIME, S/MIME, SMTP and POP3 (and IMAP). It is usable as a mail batch language.

nail.1  (s-nail-14.9.18.tar.xz):nail.1  (s-nail-14.9.19.tar.xz)
S-NAIL(1) BSD General Commands Manual S-NAIL(1) S-NAIL(1) BSD General Commands Manual S-NAIL(1)
NAME NAME
S-nail [v14.9.18] — send and receive Internet mail S-nail [v14.9.19] — send and receive Internet mail
SYNOPSIS SYNOPSIS
s-nail [-DdEFinv~#] [-: spec] [-A account] [:-a attachment:] [:-b bcc-addr: ] [:-C "field: body":] s-nail [-DdEFinv~#] [-: spec] [-A account] [:-a attachment:] [:-b bcc-addr: ] [:-C "field: body":]
[:-c cc-addr:] [-M type | -m file | -q file | -t] [-r from-addr] [:- S var[=value]:] [-s subject] [:-c cc-addr:] [-M type | -m file | -q file | -t] [-r from-addr] [:- S var[=value]:] [-s subject]
[:-T "field: addr":] [:-X cmd:] [:-Y cmd:] [-.] :to-addr: [-- :mta-o ption:] [:-T "field: addr":] [:-X cmd:] [:-Y cmd:] [-.] :to-addr: [-- :mta-o ption:]
s-nail [-DdEeHiNnRv~#] [-: spec] [-A account] [:-C "field: body":] [-L spec ] [-r from-addr] s-nail [-DdEeHiNnRv~#] [-: spec] [-A account] [:-C "field: body":] [-L spec ] [-r from-addr]
[:-S var[=value]:] [-u user] [:-X cmd:] [:-Y cmd:] [-- :mta-option:] [:-S var[=value]:] [-u user] [:-X cmd:] [:-Y cmd:] [-- :mta-option:]
s-nail [-DdEeHiNnRv~#] [-: spec] [-A account] [:-C "field: body":] -f [-L s pec] [-r from-addr] s-nail [-DdEeHiNnRv~#] [-: spec] [-A account] [:-C "field: body":] -f [-L s pec] [-r from-addr]
[:-S var[=value]:] [:-X cmd:] [:-Y cmd:] [file] [-- :mta-option:] [:-S var[=value]:] [:-X cmd:] [:-Y cmd:] [file] [-- :mta-option:]
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optional plus sign ‘+’ prefix enables, a hyphen-minus ‘ -’ prefix disables a protocol, optional plus sign ‘+’ prefix enables, a hyphen-minus ‘ -’ prefix disables a protocol,
so that ‘-ALL, TLSv1.2’ enables only the TLSv1.2 protoc ol. so that ‘-ALL, TLSv1.2’ enables only the TLSv1.2 protoc ol.
tls-crl-dir, tls-crl-file tls-crl-dir, tls-crl-file
[Option] Specify a directory / a file, respectively, that contains a CRL in PEM format to use when [Option] Specify a directory / a file, respectively, that contains a CRL in PEM format to use when
verifying TLS server certificates. verifying TLS server certificates.
tls-features tls-features
[Option](Read-only) This expands to a comma-separated list of the TLS library identity and optional [Option](Read-only) This expands to a comma-separated list of the TLS library identity and optional
features. To ease substring matching the string starts and ends with a comma. Currently supported features. To ease substring matching the string starts and ends with a comma. Currently supported
identities are ‘libressl’ (LibreSSL) , ‘libssl-0x10100’ (OpenSSL v1.1 identities are ‘libressl’ (LibreSSL) , ‘libssl-0x30000’ (OpenSSL v3.0
.x series) and ‘libssl-0x10000’ .0 series), ‘libssl-0x10100’
(elder OpenSSL series, other clones). Optional features are preceded (OpenSSL v1.1.x series) and ‘libssl-0x10000’ (elder OpenSSL series, o
with a plus sign ‘+’ when ther clones). Optional fea-
available, and with a hyphen-minus ‘-’ otherwise. tures are preceded with a plus sign ‘+’ when available, and with a hy
phen-minus ‘-’ otherwise.
Currently known features are ‘conf-ctx’ (tls-config-pairs), ‘ctx-conf ig’ (tls-config-module), Currently known features are ‘conf-ctx’ (tls-config-pairs), ‘ctx-conf ig’ (tls-config-module),
‘ctx-set-ciphersuites’ (Ciphersuites slot of tls-config-pairs), ‘ctx- set-maxmin-proto’ ‘ctx-set-ciphersuites’ (Ciphersuites slot of tls-config-pairs), ‘ctx- set-maxmin-proto’
(tls-config-pairs), ‘modules-load-file’ (tls-config-file), and ‘tls-r and-file’ (tls-rand-file). (tls-config-pairs), ‘modules-load-file’ (tls-config-file), and ‘tls-r and-file’ (tls-rand-file).
tls-fingerprint-USER@HOST, tls-fingerprint-HOST, tls-fingerprint tls-fingerprint-USER@HOST, tls-fingerprint-HOST, tls-fingerprint
[Option] It is possible to replace the verification of the connection peer certificate against the [Option] It is possible to replace the verification of the connection peer certificate against the
entire local pool of CAs (for more see Encrypted network communicatio n) with the comparison against entire local pool of CAs (for more see Encrypted network communicatio n) with the comparison against
a precalculated certificate message digest, the so-called fingerprint , to be specified as the used a precalculated certificate message digest, the so-called fingerprint , to be specified as the used
tls-fingerprint-digest. This fingerprint can for example be calculat ed with ‘tls fingerprint HOST’. tls-fingerprint-digest. This fingerprint can for example be calculat ed with ‘tls fingerprint HOST’.
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$contact-mail’. Including the verbose output of the command version may be helpful: $contact-mail’. Including the verbose output of the command version may be helpful:
? wysh set escape=! verbose; vput version xy; unset verbose;\ ? wysh set escape=! verbose; vput version xy; unset verbose;\
eval mail $contact-mail eval mail $contact-mail
Bug subject Bug subject
!I xy !I xy
!. !.
Information on the web at ‘$ s-nail -X 'echo $contact-web; x'’. Information on the web at ‘$ s-nail -X 'echo $contact-web; x'’.
BSD April 18, 2020 BSD BSD April 26, 2020 BSD
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