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MAN page from openSUSE Leap 42 mpack-1.6-3.1.x86_64.rpm

MPACK

Section: User Commands (1)
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NAME

mpack - pack a file in MIME format 

SYNOPSIS

mpack[-ssubject][-ddescriptionfile][-mmaxsize][-ccontent-type]fileaddress ...
mpack[-ssubject][-ddescriptionfile][-mmaxsize][-ccontent-type]-ooutputfilefile
mpack[-ssubject][-ddescriptionfile][-mmaxsize][-ccontent-type]-nnewsgroupsfile 

DESCRIPTION

The mpackprogram encodes the the named file in one or more MIME messages.The resulting messages are mailed to one or more recipients,written to a named file or set of files, or posted to a set ofnewsgroups.

 

OPTIONS

-s subject
Set the Subjectheader field toSubject.By default,mpackwill prompt for the contents of the subject header.
-d descriptionfile
Include the contents of the filedescriptionfilein an introductory section at the beginning of the firstgenerated message.
-m maxsize
Split the message (if necessary) into partial messages, each notexceedingmaxsizecharacters. The default limit is the value of the SPLITSIZEenvironment variable, or no limit if the environment variabledoes not exist.Specifying a maxsizeof 0 means there is no limit to the size of the generated message.
-c content-type
Label the included file as being of MIME typecontent-type,which must be a subtype of application,audio,image,or video.If this switch is not given,mpackexamines the file to determine its type.
-o outputfile
Write the generated message to the fileoutputfile.If the message has to be split, the partial messages will instead bewritten to the filesoutputfile.01,outputfile.02,etc.
-n newsgroups
Post the generated message(s) to the comma-separated netnewsnewsgroups.
file
Encode the namedfile.
address ...
Mail the generated messages to the specified addresses.
 

ENVIRONMENT

TMPDIR
Directory to store temporary files. Default is /usr/tmp.
SPLITSIZE
Default value of the -m switch.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
ENVIRONMENT

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