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

Tue Dec 19 10:46:35 UTC 2006
Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de>

fredex wrote:
>> Or take out the "<" and ">" entirely,... they're not needed anyway.
> by which I MEANT to say, reformat it to look like this:
> 	command -f someemail at somedomain.com -x -y -z
> because the verbose form is for human readability anyway.

My mails aren't read by machines, so I'd always factor in human

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