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command line mail linux  “2” indicates that the command was processed successfully. In Line 3, the client issued the HELO command followed by the client’s host name. The server responded in Line 4 with a success code. In Line 5, the client issued the MAIL command. The email address dfs@roaringpenguin.com is the sender of the message. (In fact, it is the envelope sender; the message envelope will be discussed later.) In Line 6, the server responded with a success code. In Line 7, the client issued a RCPT command, indicating

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