On Mon, 22 Mar 2004, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> mutt or pine are CLI e-mail programs (I prefer mutt as you can see
> from the headers of this message, but pine is possibly a bit
> friendlier to the beginner): both of those have the capability to read
> mail out of a POP mailbox.  However, they expect to have a local
> sendmail (or qmail or exim or postfix or other MTA) instance that they
> can inject e-mail into for sending messages.
[...]

Not necessarily - Pine, at least, can be configured to use a remote smtp
server:

(from my .pinerc file):
# List of SMTP servers for sending mail. If blank: Unix Pine uses
sendmail.
smtp-server=mail.isp.com/novalidate-cert


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David Fleck
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