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  eval(fcall, parent.frame())
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# ./swaks --auth \
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# --server  \
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# --au postmaster@YOUR_DOMAIN_NAME \
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# --ap 3kh9umujora5 \
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# --to bar@example.com \
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# --h-Subject: "Hello" \
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# --body 'Testing some Mailgun awesomness!'
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#' @rdname server
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#'
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#' @section Sendinblue:
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#'
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#' To use Sendinblue you'll need to first create an account. You'll find your
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#' SMTP username and password in the SMTP & API section of your account
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#' settings.
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#'
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#' @export
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#'
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#' @examples
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#'
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#' # Set username and password for Sendinblue SMTP server.
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#' smtp <- sendinblue(
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#'   username = "bob@gmail.com",
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#'   password = "xsmtpsib-c75cf91323adc53a1747c005447cbc9a893c35888635bb7bef1a624bf773da33-hUx3LBvftIcRPGZE"
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#' )
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sendinblue <- function(
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  username,
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  password,
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  ...) {
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  fcall <- match.call(expand.dots = TRUE)
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  fcall[[1]] <- server
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  fcall$host = "smtp-relay.sendinblue.com"
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  fcall$port = 587
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  eval(fcall, parent.frame())
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}

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