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MAIL.LMTP(8)           BSD System Manager's Manual          MAIL.LMTP(8)

NAME         top

     mail.lmtp — deliver mail through LMTP

SYNOPSIS         top

     mail.lmtp [-d destination] [-f from] [-l lhlo] user ...

DESCRIPTION         top

     mail.lmtp reads the standard input up to an end-of-file and
     delivers it to an LMTP server for each user's address.  The user
     must be a valid user name or email address.

     The options are as follows:

     -d destination
             Specify the destination LMTP address.

     -f from
             Specify the sender's name or email address.

     -l lhlo
             Specify the LHLO argument used in the LMTP session.  By
             default, mail.lmtp will default to "localhost".

EXIT STATUS         top

     The mail.lmtp utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error

SEE ALSO         top

     mail(1), smtpd(8)

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