[CentOS] mutt execution by daemon
Jose Maria Terry Jimenez
jtj at tssystems.net
Sat Jan 2 07:59:39 UTC 2010
El 02/01/10 5:21, Joseph L. Casale escribió:
> I have a user w/o a shell that runs an app as a daemon that needs to use
> mutt to email an attachment from a script.
> During testing when the app was ran as root everything worked:) Now that
> we obviously are running as a user w/o a shell this little bit broke. I
> used mutt as I needed to send the attachment as mime, and the ability
> to specify a muttrc from the cli when executed was useful so we could tweak
> the mail headers etc...
> Since there is no local mb's at all on this server, are there any mutt gurus
> that know off hand how I can manipulate the behavior of mutt to simply send
> w/o looking for a mailbox?
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I'm doing this way, i run an script from cron. Sending several
attachments to several addresses with a text in the email's body.
In the script called by cron put:
EDITOR=touch mutt -s "Here the subject" -F /home/user/.muttrc -i
/usr/local/bin/body_text.txt -a /tmp/attachment1 -a /tmp/attachement2 -b
address1 at someplace.com address2 at someserver.com
addressN at anyserver.com</dev/null
set from=sender_email at somesite.com
set realname="Sender's Name"
Hope this helps you
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