[CentOS] command line with < > and not wanting to redirect

Mon Dec 18 20:07:03 UTC 2006
Matthew Martz <mdmartz at gflug.net>

> On 12/18/06, Aleksandar Milivojevic <alex at milivojevic.org> wrote:
>> Quoting Jerry Geis <geisj at pagestation.com>:
>> > How do you format a command line that needs < >
>> > and they are not meant to redirect anything they are part of an
>> > email address.
>> >
>> > command -f "Some Email <someemail at somedomain.com>" -x -y -z
>> >
>> > I tried putting a backslach in front of the < and > but that didnt do
>> > it either.
>> That's strange.  Your example (with double or single quotes) should
>> work.  It surelly works for me:

Perhaps it is not the command syntax but the syntax of the email address. 
Normally an email address with From Name and Address should be:

"My Name" <myemail at domain.com>

and not

My Name <myemail at domain.com>

Matthew Martz
CentOS Mirror Admin
mdmartz at gflug.net