ssmtp

A module to enable easy configuration of SSMTP

MAD Hacking

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Version information

  • 0.1.0 (latest)
released May 3rd 2015
This version is compatible with:
  • Gentoo

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hacking/ssmtp — version 0.1.0 May 3rd 2015

/etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf module for Puppet

Description

Puppet module for managing the /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf file.

Example usage

class { 'ssmtp': root => "user@internal.example.com", mailhub => "mail.internal.example.com" }

Resulting file

/etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf

# This file is automatically generated by Puppet
#
# Any changes made to this file will be lost on the next automated Puppet run!

# The person who gets all mail for user IDs < 1000
root=user@internal.example.com

# The place where the mail goes
mailhub=mail.internal.example.com

# The full hostname
hostname=somehost.internal.example.com

Additional options

$port can be used to specify which port to connect to on the mail hub (default: 25). $hostname can be used to override the name of the local machine. $usessl if set to true then SSL will be used when connecting to the mail hub (default: false). This will also set the default port to 465 unless $port is specified. $usetls if set to true then TLS will be used when connecting to the mail hub (default: false). $usetlscert if set to true then a TLS certificate will be used when connecting to the mail hub (default: false). $tlscert when $usetlscert is set the path to the TLS client certificate should be specified here.