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echo "Mail text" | mail -s "Subject" firstname.lastname@example.org
sudo apt-get install mailutils mail -s "Subject" email@example.com Press enter and write the subject of your email. Use Ctrl+D to continue. You will be asked if you want to mark a copy of the mail to any other address - you can skip that with Ctrl+D. The email will now be sent to your chosen address.
i actually made it work using ssmtp from the link in the question and turning on https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps using a gmail address
Sadly Unity-Mail is no longer developed for the following reasons: Dead upstream (I no longer have time to develop it). Thunderbird has good Unity integration nowadays (unity-mail was written when it was not the case). unity-mail is incompatible with Unity 8. No reverse depends. As long as we are not using Unity8 we can still install it ...
Thanks Benoit for your answer. I'd like to add a couple of things after fiddling with it for a while: Easy to know where you stand with all those templates and overrides if you view the cache file, which is the computed result of all configurations: /usr/local/nagios/var/objects.cache After I've been there it hit me.. my service was set to send ...
You don't need to uninstall postfix. Simple tufn off service and disable it from sturtup. First list all services sudo service --status-all if you see + before that mean that postfix is running. Turn off them with sudo service postfix stop To disable postfix and also prevent to start on next reboot disable it on fallowing way. If you use Ubuntu 15.04 ...
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