|Sets the environment variable $HELOHOST which is used by the SMTP protocol module to set the parameter given to the HELO command. Defaults to the value of the me configuration file.|
|The maximum number of seconds to pause between successive queue runs (defaults to 86400).|
|The minimum number of seconds to pause between successive queue runs when there are messages in the queue (defaults to 60). Each time this timeout is reached, the timeout is doubled to a maximum of maxpause. After new messages are injected, the timeout is reset. If this is set to 0, nullmailer-send will exit immediately after going through the queue once (one-shot mode).|
This file contains a list of remote servers to which to send each
Each line of this file contains a remote host name or address followed
by an optional protocol string, separated by white space.
The protocol name defaults to
smtp, and may be followed by command-line arguments for that module.
For example, to connect to port 2525 on your SMTP smart host,
which also requires SMTP authentication, use:
smarthost.dom smtp --port=2525 --user=user --pass=pass
If your smarthost requires LOGIN authentication instead of the default PLAIN method, use:
smarthost.dom smtp --port=2525 --auth-login --user=user --pass=pass
Blank lines and lines starting with a pound are ignored. When called with the --help option, each protocol module will list its available command-line arguments:
|The number of seconds to wait for a remote module listed above to complete sending a message before killing it and trying again (defaults to 3600). If this is set to 0, nullmailer-send will wait forever for messages to complete sending.|
/var/nullmailer/queue The message queue. /var/nullmailer/trigger A trigger file to cause immediate delivery. /usr/local/etc/nullmailer The configuration directory. /usr/local/libexec/nullmailer The protocol program directory.
nullmailer-queue(8), nullmailer-inject(1), mailq(1), /usr/local/libexec/nullmailer/smtp --help, /usr/local/libexec/nullmailer/qmqp --help