use Log::Dispatch; my $log = Log::Dispatch->new( outputs => [ [ 'Email::MailSender', min_level => 'emerg', to => [qw( firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com )], subject => 'Big error!' ] ], ); $log->emerg("Something bad is happening");
The smtp server to connect to. This defaults to ``localhost''.
The port to use when connecting. This defaults to 25.
Optional. The SMTP authentication protocol to use to login to the server. At the time of writing Mail::Sender only supports LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5 and NTLM.
Some protocols have module dependencies. CRAM-MD5 depends on Digest::HMAC_MD5 and NTLM on Authen::NTLM.
Optional. The username used to login to the server.
Optional. The password used to login to the server.
Optional. If you set this option to a true value, Mail::Sender will fail whenever it's unable to use TLS.
The From address that will be shown in headers. If not specified we use the value of from.
The reply-to address.
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