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Update Gmail-specific instruction

It is not possible to use regular SMTP with login and password for
Google accounts without enabled two-factor authentication[1]. App
passwords page just says "The setting you are looking for is not
available for your account" is such case.

[1] https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/185833
Update support email address to sr.ht-discuss
0086e720 — rothair 9 months ago
docs: improve Protonmail instructions

Setting up git send-email with the Protonmail Bridge requires disabling
SSL verification with the Protonmail Bridge, so we add this
documentation to help out new users.
Update information about Protonmail

* index.html: mention Protonmail Bridge.
Make the output of step 4.4 closer to what users actually see

Mentioning src/main.c with a diff that is different than what the user
will experience when following the tutorial caused my OCD alarm to go
off.
Add whitespace to smtpserveroption for example consistency
Remove exclamation points from echo commands

The echo commands in step 3 may not work as expected for users who are
not aware of Bash history expansion.

Bash adds a dquote continuation line:
echo "I'm about to try git send-email!" >your-name

Omitting the bang works:
echo "I'm about to try git send-email" >your-name

Also works without double quotes:
echo I\'m about to try git send-email! >your-name
echo Im about to try git send-email! >your-name
echo 'Im about to try git send-email!' >your-name

Signed-off-by: Brendon Smith <br3ndonland@protonmail.com>
1d3eecfe — Merlin Büge 1 year, 6 months ago
Add example of how to cache the smtp password
b4ba4ed0 — Robert Vollmert 1 year, 11 months ago
Remark on possibly missing SSL modules on macos.

As far as I can tell, the Developer Tools-bundled git/perl generally
is missing these modules. I believe that command worked for me, but
it would be good to verify on a fresh system.
Document smtpserveroption in Configuration

Signed-off-by: Matt Critchlow <matt@critchlow.xyz>
Fix typo: comprhensive -> comprehensive
Add link to git-rebase.io
Use short sha hash in step 5

On small screens(e.g. 320px) long hash breaks layout
57d1e2d2 — Nolan Prescott 2 years ago
Update OpenBSD requirements

Upon installing git under OpenBSD 6.4 the following is reported via
/usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readmes/git:

git send-email
==============
To make it work with SSL/TLS and SMTP auth you have to install
the following additional packages.

	p5-Net-SMTP-SSL
	p5-Authen-SASL
Fix typo in local SMTP client instructions
Revise global git configuration file mentions

Turns out there's multiple places the global configuration file can be
located.

- Removed mentions of `~/.git/config`
- Added alert with command to open global git config in default editor
in Step 2.
Add Solus install instructions and logo
9fe675f0 — Paco Esteban 2 years ago
OpenBSD needs p5-Authen-SASL.

I tried to make it a dependency of devel/git but it was never aproved.
See here: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports&m=154256030810194&w=2
f61ec330 — Ricardo Wurmus 2 years ago
Add Guix instructions and logo.

* static/guix.png: New file.
* index.html: Add section and radio input for os-guix.
* index.css: Add rules for os-guix:checked.
Remove --in-reply-to recommendations
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