mailout sends email using SMTP. mailout is a replacement for sendmail for workstations, desktop computers, laptops, personal home systems and any system that doesn't need a listening SMTP server. mailout will queue email (not implemented yet). And mailout knows a variety of sendmail options and arguments. mailout should be mostly RFC compliant -- but may follow standards as defined by sendmail, exim or postfix behaviour.
(In addition, I do not know of any "free" mailers for Unix.)
This is not a true replacement for exim, qmail, postfix or sendmail. You will still need true mail transfer agents like these to receive the mail you send.
mailout is open source and written from scratch in C.
The manual page: mailout.8.html.
Current command line options:
-f -q (not implemented yet) -t -i (ignores -- not implemented) --
If you have any ideas or you want the code, please email.
Version 0.02 - 17 November 2000
Version 0.13 - 11 October 2001
Version 0.14 - 10 July 2002
Used as primary sendmail for my everyday workstation since Nov. 10, 2000.
The Change Log is here.
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