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what is the command line for sending an e-mail from the unix prompt using sendmail v8.0?
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sendmail user@host

:::Enter Message:::::

^D (Control-D)

Why would you want to send mail in such an arcane way?  =)
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I'm using this in a PERL script and it's the easiest way to do it.  That's all.  Thanks for the "A+" answer!
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