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smtptools is a collection of tools to send or receive mails with the simple mail transfer protocol. maildirblast may be used to
smtptools is a collection of tools to send or receive mails with the simple mail transfer protocol.
may be used to send some or all messages from a maildir to a preconfigured relay host or the official mail exchanger hosts of the recipient addresses. maildirblasts functions partially overlap with those of maildirsmtp from Daniel Bernsteins serialmail package.
sends a single message with SMTP to a configured relay host or to a MX host. It uses the qmail return codes and may be used to bypass a broken mail system or, with for example ssh port forwarding, even some firewalls.
is a simple tool to write a message into a maildir. It uses the qmail return codes (see the dot-qmail manual page for more information). (yes, this has nothing todo with SMTP. But i find it useful anyway)
Here are some key features of "smtptools":
logging (qmail-smtpd basically has no logging)
more finegrained relay control, it's possibly to allow relaying for *.domain.example, but not for bad.domain.example. It's possible to deny delivery to certain addresses.
built in RBL support
check for existence of envelope sender domain.
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