libsmtp allows programs to send mail directly through SMTP (no sendmail needed). It is designed to be simple and memory efficient, and has slightly untested support for MIME multipart body parts.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Communications Email Mail Transport Agents|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD BSD/OS FreeBSD NetBSD OpenBSD Linux|
Release Notes: This release fixed a missing end-of-line that was embedded in quotes in mime/comm.c, affecting MIME header generation, and some bit op bugs. configure, make, and install were fixed and should now work better.
Release Notes: This is a complete redesign of libsmtp 0.7. Not much has changed over the last 0.7.9b2 release, just a few fixes to the examples and documentation.
Release Notes: Better examples have been added (a sample generic mail client) and the documentation has been updated. A nasty bug in Recipient handling and some memory leaks have been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for Base64 and Quoted Printable transfer encodings has been added. A description is now sent with attachments. The documentation and examples have been updated.
Release Notes: Preliminary support for MIME messages including multipart messages, hooks for 8 bit data support, and new documentation and demo programs.