MFMail is a simple Python-program to mail one or more files from the command-line as a MIME-multipart message. I wrote it because I wanted to mail binary files from a shell and have them displayed in a nice way in mail-clients. (JPEG as inline images, for example)
Please mail me what you think about it. Until now, I only received a few bug-reports. I don't believe my code is almost bug-free, so please mail me. Of course I'd also like to know it if you do like my proggie ;-) You can mail me at email@example.com
My SourceForge Project page is at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mfmail
|03-22-2001||Just a quick note that I'm still alive. |
mfmail 0.6 is coming RSN(tm) (within a few months, if everything goes well ;-)
Among others, it'll be split into two modules and a main program, use Python's distutils and be available in both a .tar.gz and an RPM version.
|11-17-2000||Released version 0.5.1. A one-line showstopper bugfix.|
|11-17-2000||Released version 0.5.0. If it breaks, use the source, mail me or wait for 0.6.0 (Which should be following soon)|
|8-4-2000||Released version 0.4.1|
|7-19-2000||Going on holiday. I probably won't have internet access for two weeks.|
|7-18-2000||Released version 0.4.0 |
This version is a complete rewrite and not well tested. I wouldn't trust my mission-critical data to it.
It probably won't eat your data and start World War III, but it may suddenly start sending obscene mails to your lover and threatening letters to the NSA ;-)
mfmail firstname.lastname@example.org foo.txt bar.jpg tar cf - foo/ | gzip -c | mfmail application/x-gzip:remi@localhost mfmail --from='Remi Turk
' "remi@localhost root@localhost" index.html mfmail --cc='Remi Turk , Root ' email@example.com foo.txt cat foo.jpg | mfmail --mimetype image/jpeg remi@localhost - *.txt