This release has many improvements and bug fixes; an update is recommended. Among the new features is a completely rewritten documentation, available in various formats, and a highly useful "defaults" command for the configuration files.
- Support for an optional system wide configuration file
- An envelope from address will be generated if none is given
- Syslog logging
The built-in CRAM-MD5 code works again. Various cleanups and bugfixes were made.
New in this version: RMQS support and TLS certificate information output support.
Updated binaries for DOS and Windows are also available.
Beware: If you want to use GnuTLS, you need the not yet released version 1.1.23 or 1.2.0. You can use the daily snapshots after 2005-01-05 from http://josefsson.org/daily/gnutls/.
This release fixes a segfault bug and has various minor improvements.
This release fixes the -t option.
A new development version with lots of new features:
- Sendmail compatible command line options (including -t)
- Almost all settings can be set or changed on the command line
- Choose account by -f option (simplifies usage with Mutt)
- GSSAPI authentication with GNU SASL >=0.2.3
Beware: you need to activate authentication with "auth on" in the configuration file; it is not sufficient to just set user name and password anymore. ... read more
This release contains a lot of minor cleanups and improvements, but no important bug fixes and no new features.
Binaries for DOS and Windos are now available from the Sourceforge project page http://sourceforge.net/projects/msmtp
The configuration file supports all commands and arguments related to TLS and authentication now, even if TLS and/or GNU SASL support is not compiled in.
The GNU SASL library is not required to support DIGEST-MD5 and NTLM anymore. This means you can now use the packaged versions of the library from Gentoo or Debian sarge.
You can now use the -v/--version option to find out which authentication methods are supported.
IPv6 support works on Windows now.
This release fixes some bugs; an update is recommended.
In addition, logfile entries contain more information now, and logging to standard output is possible.
One bugfix (correctly handle configuration files in which the last line does not end with a newline character) and minor cleanups.
This is the new stable version of msmtp.
It can be compiled without TLS/SSL support (use the --disable-ssl option of the configure script), and you can use uclibc or dietlibc on GNU/Linux systems to create small binaries.
One more release before 1.2.0. This one includes two new features:
The new logfile command for simple logging purposes, and the option -i for compatibility with the good old UNIX mail command.
Some further cleanups and improvements.
This is planned to be the last release before the new stable version 1.2.0, so if you have suggestions or complaints, please tell me now!
This release has many minor cleanups and fixes a minor bug.
This is a development version of msmtp.
Most of the code was rewritten or restructured, so it needs some testing.
Some new features were also added: SMTP pipelining, the --serverinfo option, and the --from option.
Finally 1.0.0 is out. This version has some minor fixes and
the last missing features: tilde expansion in the configuration file and correct handling of certificate chains in the GnuTLS code.
This version adds native support for Windows 9x/ME/NT/2k/XP/2003 (with MinGW) and DOS (with DJGPP and Watt32). Portability was improved in general.
This release adds the `domain' command and the `--pretend' and `--debug' options.
This version has support for DSN (Delivery Status Notification) and a new tls_nocertcheck command. The nostarttls command was renamed to tls_nostarttls.
This release contains some minor updates and improvements:
- License clarification:
msmtp is released under the GPL with the additional exemption that
compiling, linking, and/or using OpenSSL is allowed.
- If you want to use GnuTLS instead of OpenSSL, you will now need
GnuTLS >= 1.0.0 and libgcrypt >= 1.1.90!
- msmtp now works on systems that lack IPv6 support
- msmtp now accepts arbitrary long lines in mails
This release fixes a bug in the configuration file code
Some minor bugfixes and improvements:
- portability fix for Mac OS X (Randolph Fritz)
- fixed --disable-gsasl configure option
- man page improvements
This release uses the GNU Autotools (thanks to Christophe Nowicki) and fixes a minor bug.