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.TH man 1 "17 May 2020" "0.1.0" "epistula man page"
.SH NAME
epistula
.SH DESCRIPTION
An HTTP server, that listenes for incoming requests to send an email via an SMTP server.
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B epistula
.SH ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
.B LOGGING
\- Debugging level for logger. One of \fBtrace\fR, \fBdebug\fR, \fBinfo\fR, \fBwarn\fR or \fBerror\fR.
.PP
.B HTTP_ADDRESS
\- Address to listen on, in \fBIP:PORT\fR format.
.PP
.B UNIX_SOCKET
\- (UNIX only) socket (path) to listen on, if set will take precedence over HTTP (will not be enabled).
.PP
.B SMTP_HOST
\- SMTP host/domain to connect to for sending mails.
.PP
.B SMTP_PORT
\- SMTP port to connect to.
.PP
.B SMTP_TLS
\- (bool) Wether or not to use TLS for SMTP.
.PP
.B SMTP_USER
\- Username to use when authenticating with SMTP.
.PP
.B SMTP_PASSWORD
\- Subject line to use within mails.
.PP
.B SMTP_TO
\- Mail address to send to.
.PP
.B SMTP_SUBJECT
\- Wether or not to use TLS for SMTP.
.SH AUTHOR
Jan Baudisch (jan@baudisch.xyz)