mini_sendmail reads its standard input up to an end-of-file and sends a copy of the message found there to all of the addresses listed. The message is sent by connecting to a local SMTP server. This means mini_sendmail can be used to send email from inside a chrooted area.
Release Notes: mini_sendmail now handles multi-line replies. It supports the use of "--" to mark end of arguments (for mutt compatibility). A -p option was added to specify the port, but this can be disabled at compile time. mini_sendmail now strips the client-supplied angle brackets from addresses before adding its own. The IPv6 code has received some fixes.
Release Notes: This release removes leading whitespace from recipients to accommodate PHP.
Release Notes: Since 1.2, mini_sendmail allows the -t switch to take commandline recipients. 1.3 adds IPv6 support.