Mutt – A Command Line Email Client to Send Mails from Terminal

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27 Responses

  1. Marv Wold says:

    First of all, this site has been very helpful to me. Thank you.

    Issue:
    I have a script file that reads:

    set realname="Client Name”
    set from = "[email protected]"
    set use_from=yes
    set envelope_from ="yes"
    

    At the receiving end, the email address ([email protected]) works great whether you click on it in the header or if you use REPLY.
    Where it fails is if you send it to an invalid address. It does not let you know it failed.

    Is there another something I should set? A SENDER setting?

    If I send it to [email protected] I get no notification that the email could not be delivered. I do if I send it from my personal address, so I know that there isn’t really a [email protected].

    My client needs to know if their invoices and statements are not being received.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    • Marv Wold says:

      I should probably mention that [email protected] is an alias that sends an email to two different employees. It seems to work fine if you send it from a single name. Is an alias email just not going too work?

  2. Marcin says:

    Is it possible to send mail with attachment in command line?

    Now when I, for example, put in “mutt -s “Test Email[email protected] after that see mutt interface where I have to confirm many things. I don’t want it.

    I need an application which send me an email with an attachment from a command line without any confirmation. Only one command, enter and nothing more

  3. sri says:

    how can i unable mutt in my unix

  4. maidhar says:

    Hi ,
    What is PGP:clear ?,it is showing none to me.

  5. Prince says:

    I want to send the report of more than 400k records in CSV as an attachment but ‘mutt’ is not working, could you please help me in this.

  6. junaid says:

    hi admin i have an issue, the cat .mttrc not works

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