[Mailman-Users] Send confirmation emails to user that sign up for my site
guest2 at sgeinc.com
Tue Jul 4 20:31:20 EDT 2017
If the web backend can generate the code and email for the message and
you are on a *nix system then all you have to do is:
cat <message> | sendmail -r <from-address> -s "<subject>" <to-address>
message can usually contain additional headers depending on the command
line options. message can be a canned message if you put the code in
the subject. You may need to make this a shell script or use some type
of shell wrapper.
see man sendmail (even if you are not using sendmail, there is often a
stub with other mailers to allow sending email with the sendmail command
line interface for compatibility.
On 7/4/17 5:50 PM, kayla.manchette at devplateau.com wrote:
> I have a site where users are able to sign up. When they sign up to the
> site, their information is stored in a database on the server.
> What I want to do is send users that sign up an email for them to
> confirm the account they just made. The email would include a code and a
> link for the account verification page.
> Is there anyway that I can link the database from my server to mailman
> so that mailman can send these emails out?
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