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  • >> metasend (1) ( Solaris man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )
  • metasend (1) ( Linux man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )
         metasend - Crude interface for sending non-text mail
         metasend  [-b] [-c cc] [-F from] [-e encoding] [-f filename]
         [-m MIME-type] [-s subject] [-S splitsize] [-t to] [-z] [-n]
         [-D  content-description]  [-o  outputfile]  [-/  multipart-
         subtype] [-E] [-P preamble-file]
         The metasend program will allow a user to send one  or  more
         pre-existing data file as non-text multimedia mail.
         With no arguments, the program will ask the user for the To,
         Subject,  and CC fields.  It will then ask for the name of a
         MIME content-type.  Next, it will ask the user for the  name
         of  an  existing  file  containing that type of data.  After
         this, it will ask what encoding  type,  if  any,  should  be
         applied  to  this  data.   Finally, it  will ask if the user
         wants to  include information  from an additional  file,  in
         which  case  the  last  three questions will be repeated for
         the next file.
         Alternately, all of this information can be provided on  the
         comand line, using the following options:
             -b -- specifies Batch (non-interactive) Mode.  Will exit
         with  an  error message if all additional needed information
         is not provided on the command line.
             -c cc -- specifies the CC address
             -D description -- specifies a string to be used  as  the
         Content-description value
             -e encoding -- specifies the  encoding  type.   Must  be
         either  "base64",  "quoted-printable",  "7bit",  or "x-uue".
         "7bit" means no encoding is performed.
             -E -- specifies that the file being included is  already
         a  full MIME entity, and does not need to have any Content-*
         or other header fields added.
             -f filename -- specifies the file containing the data
             -F from -- specifies the From address
             -i "<content-id> -- specifies the content-id  value  for
         the MIME entity.  Must be a legal content-id value, enclosed
         in angle brackets.
                 -I "<content-id>" -- specifies  the  content-id  for
         the  multipart  entity  being  created  by metasend, if any.
         Must be a legal content-id value, enclosed in  angle  brack-
             -m MIME-type -- specifies the MIME content-type
             -n --  specifies  that  an  additional  file  is  to  be
         included.   Before  each use of the -n option on the command
         line, the  options -m, -c, and -f, at a minimum,  must  have
         appeared,and must appear separately for each included file.
             -o outputfile -- specifies that the output from metasend
         should go to a named file rather than be delivered as mail.
             -P preamblefile -- specifies a file containing  alterna-
         tive  text  to  be put in the "preamble" area of a MIME mul-
         tipart message.
             -s subject -- specifies the Subject field
             -S splitsize -- specifies the maximum size before split-
         ting into parts via splitmail(1).
             -t to -- specifies the To address
             -z -- specifies  that  the  temporary  files  should  be
         deleted EVEN IF DELIVERY FAILS.
             -/ subtype -- specifies the use of a MIME multipart sub-
         type other than "mixed".
         This  is  intended  largely  for  mail  hackers.    A   much
         friendlier   interface  to  non-text  mail  is  provided  by
         If more than one file is given,  the parts will be  combined
         into a single multipart MIME  object.
         The mail will be delivered using the  splitmail(1)  program,
         so if it is very long it will arrive as several pieces which
         can be automatically reassembled by metamail.   The  defini-
         tion  of "very long" can be altered using the -S flag or the
         SPLITSIZE environment variable, as described in  the  split-
         mail(1) man page.
         audiosend(1),  mailto-hebrew(1),   mailto(1),   metamail(1),
         mmencode(1), splitmail(1)
         Should do a better job of choosing the encoding if you don't
         specify one.
         Should do MIME syntax checking   on  user-supplied  content-
         type fields.  Users are all too likely to provide bogus MIME
         content-type values, alas.  In particular, there are various
         characters  that are  not allowed  in parameters  unless the
         parameters are enclosed in double quotes, but this sort   of
         restriction is hard to enforce in a shell script!
         Copyright  (c)  1991  Bell  Communications  Research,   Inc.
         Permission  to  use,  copy,  modify,  and  distribute   this
         material  for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted,
         provided that the above copyright notice and this permission
         notice  appear  in all copies, and that the name of Bellcore
         not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining  to  this
         material  without  the specific, prior written permission of
         an authorized representative of Bellcore.  BELLCORE MAKES NO
         Nathaniel S. Borenstein, Bellcore

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