send e-mail without use sendmail

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I'm looking for a line command utility (MTA) which send an email direct
to a SMTP external server.

if I use: "echo bye|mutt -s bye [email protected]"

the message is send to local sendmail, then sendmail send it to mx
record, but refuse me for security and anti-spam reason.

I'm looking for a command which send my message direct to my provider,
like evolution or Thunderbird do.

Is this possible do that with fetchmail?

> While  fetchmail  is  primarily  intended to be used over on-demand
> TCP/IP links (such as SLIP or PPP connections), it may also be useful
> as a message transfer agent for sites which refuse  for  security
> reasons to permit (sender-initiated) SMTP transactions with sendmail.

Or I must use another command?
how to? (I'm not a email guru)

Many thanks

Dario Lesca <[email protected]>

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