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possible bug in mutt when using ssmtp
- From: "Rob" <rob2 at siklos dot ca>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 16:05:09 -0400
- Subject: possible bug in mutt when using ssmtp
I am currently using Mutt with sSMTP as the sendmail binary.
This is probably a problem with ssmtp, but I don't know enough to know how
to track it down.
With a default ssmtp.conf, everything works fine. However, giving '-e
"my_hdr From: rob <firstname.lastname@example.org>"' to mutt seems to be useless, since the
from line of the e-mail is just my username.
So, I changed ssmtp.conf to have "FromLineOverride=YES". However, now if I
run mutt without specifying a from address, I get the following:
$ mutt -s "Asdfsadf" email@example.com < c:/boot.ini
Error sending message, child exited 1 ().
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
But this DOES work:
$mutt -s "Asdfsadf" -e "my_hdr From: rob <firstname.lastname@example.org>" email@example.com <
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