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Re: How to specify sendmail on command line?

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: How to specify sendmail on command line?
Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2020 14:22:34 +0300
User-agent: Mutt/+ (1036f0e) (2020-10-18)

* Sergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua> [2020-11-02 13:59]:
> Jean Louis <bugs@gnu.support> ha escrit:
> > echo Text | mail -E'set sendmail="~/bin/sendmail"' -s "Something here" 
> > --content-filename=text/html -A html-file ss@example.com
> Use this instead:
>   mail -E"set sendmail=\"sendmail:$HOME/bin/sendmail\"" ...

Oh, yes, as there could be different scheme like SMTP.

> 2. The tilde character is not expanded within URLs (whether it should
> or not is another matter), so you have to use the $HOME variable to
> expand to the absolute pathname of your homedir.

No need for me to use tilde. I can use full path.

> 3. Single quotes would prevent expansion of $HOME.  Double-quotes must
> be used instead.  Correspondinly, any occurrence on double-quote within
> the string must be escaped.

That is right, thank you. I am testing.

Is it possible to specify CC, Bcc on command line? Or must be in

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