On 6/23/08, Rem Roberti <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I am a running a minimalist setup with FreeBSD 7.0. I would like to be > able to configure my system to allow me to use a text-based mail client > such as Mutt. So far, I am able to receive mail, fetching my pop mail > from Comcast via getmail. But I can't send mail because the system > isn't configured for that, and I'm in the dark as how to accomplish it. > Is there somewhere that I can go for info on setting up a simple > configuration which will let me send mail from Mutt? Sendmail, which of > course is included with FreeBSd, seems kind of nightmarish. At any > rate, this is a personal system, and I would like the simplest setup I can > get to work. Any info would be much appreciated. > > Rem
Hi Rem, I just installed msmtp this weekend and it seems to work quite well for sending and queing email. Have a look at the examples, you will even be able to queue them offline and send them, when you have an internet connection. I prefer Imap, so instead of fetchmail I use offlineimap. I wanted to be able to use my whole email archive with the notebook. Regards Armando _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"