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Function used to send the current buffer as mail. The default is
according to the system. Other valid values include
message-send-mail-with-sendmail pipes your article to the
sendmail binary for further queuing and sending. When your local
system is not configured for sending mail using
sendmail, and you
have access to a remote SMTP server, you can set
smtpmail-send-it and make
sure to setup the
smtpmail package correctly. An example:
(setq message-send-mail-function 'smtpmail-send-it smtpmail-default-smtp-server "YOUR SMTP HOST")
To the thing similar to this, there is
message-smtpmail-send-it. It is useful if your ISP
requires the POP-before-SMTP authentication.
See (gnus)POP before SMTP section ‘POP before SMTP’ in The Gnus Manual.
If you have a complex SMTP setup, and want some messages to go via one mail server, and other messages to go through another, you can use the ‘X-Message-SMTP-Method’ header. These are the supported values:
X-Message-SMTP-Method: smtp smtp.fsf.org 587
This will send the message via ‘smtp.fsf.org’, using port 587.
X-Message-SMTP-Method: smtp smtp.fsf.org 587 other-user
This is the same as the above, but uses ‘other-user’ as the user name when authenticating. This is handy if you have several SMTP accounts on the same server.
This will send the message via the locally installed sendmail/exim/etc installation.
Most versions of MH doesn’t like being fed messages that contain the
headers in this variable. If this variable is non-
nil (which is
the default), these headers will be removed before mailing when sending
messages via MH. Set it to
nil if your MH can handle these
Location of the qmail-inject program.
Arguments passed to qmail-inject programs. This should be a list of strings, one string for each argument. It may also be a function.
E.g., if you wish to set the envelope sender address so that bounces
go to the right place or to deal with listserv’s usage of that address, you
might set this variable to
nil means don’t add ‘-f username’ to the sendmail
command line. Doing so would be even more evil than leaving it out.
nil, this specifies
the address to use in the SMTP envelope. If it is
user-mail-address. If it is the symbol
header, use the ‘From’ header of the message.
Set this to non-
nil if the system’s mailer runs the header and
body together. (This problem exists on SunOS 4 when sendmail is run
in remote mode.) The value should be an expression to test whether
the problem will actually occur.
The limitation of messages sent as message/partial. The lower bound
of message size in characters, beyond which the message should be sent
in several parts. If it is
nil (which is the default), the
size is unlimited.
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