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Disabling network access for a group of users but allowing smtp only

We have an environment where our users ssh into the system and their shell is set to simply launch Mutt on their $HOME/Maildir. We want to restrict our users to only be able to send/receive mail. We ...
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How can the mutt shell-escape feature be disabled?

We are thinking of offering mutt for our member's email client. The user's shell is instead the mutt application launched on their Maildir folder. It works great so far but one huge problem is the ...
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mutt, smime, decrypt with one of two different keys

This is an odd one. We want to have an encrypted e-mail list. There are a few ways to do this, but in the interim what we've done is created a public/private keypair via openssl for our e-mail list ...
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Mutt integration with procmail

I use following procmailrc with fetchmail: PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin VERBOSE=off LOGFILE=$HOME/.procmaillog DEFAULT=$HOME/mail/ MAILDIR=$HOME/mail/ # Recipes below this comment: :0: * ...
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How can I send emails from the command line with recipient tab-completion and proper file attachment?

A year ago I tried a couple of different email senders because I wanted to simplify sending emails from the command line. There are a couple of tools for it, I tried (I don't remember exactly): ...
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Configure mutt with multiple mailboxes

can someone help me with mutt (im new with this) ive got something like this : /home/mainuser/Mail --user1 (softlink to /home/user1/Maildir) ----new ----cur ----tmp --user2 (softlink to ...
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On CentOS, mail or mutt never sends my emails

Using CentOS 5 and trying to send an email from the command line (for crontab emailing attachments). mail and mutt execute without errors, but I just never receive any emails. I'm running exim as ...
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Configure Local Mail on Ubuntu

My cron jobs are trying to mail their results using the local mail feature of Ubuntu (not internet email, the kind of mail you can read with mutt). However, /var/log/syslog reports ...
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mutt: open reply to a message

I am trying to find a way in mutt to jump to my reply to a mail. To be precise: I have a mail from someone else open in mutt and I replied to that mail - a copy of that reply is in the sent folder. ...
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default mail domain

Where does an ubuntu machine get the default domain to append to users when sending mail? Ours is currently sending as user@example.com, while /etc/mailname has mail.example.com set. Should this not ...