Release Notes: This release fixed the -t option.
Release Notes: This release adds Sendmail-compatible commandline options (including -t), new commandline options to set or change almost all settings, automatic account choosing with the -f option (this simplifies usage with Mutt), GSSAPI authentication, and more.
Release Notes: This release contains a lot of minor cleanups and improvements, but no important bugfixes and no new features.
Release Notes: The configuration file now supports all commands and arguments related to TLS and authentication, 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 that 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 now works on Windows.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs; an update is recommended. In addition, log file entries contain more information now, and logging to standard output is possible.
Release Notes: This release adds a bugfix to correctly handle configuration files in which the last line does not end with a newline character and minor cleanups.
Release Notes: This is the new stable version of msmtp. It can be compiled without TLS/SSL support, and you can use uclibc or dietlibc on GNU/Linux systems to create small binaries.
Release Notes: This version includes two new features: a new logfile command for simple logging purposes, and the option -i for compatibility with the Unix mail command.
Release Notes: Documentation updates, cleanups, and portability improvements were made in preparation of the next stable release.
Release Notes: Many minor changes and cleanups were made.