splitmail - Split a large mail message into MIME-compliant partial messages
By default it will take the message either from standard input or the named file, and will produce a set of partial message files with names like "/tmp/split.1" for the first part, and so on. The prefix "/tmp/split." can be overridden using the "-p" option.
If the -d option is specified, the mail will actually be delivered. If -v is specified, the verbose flag will be passed to sendmail.
The -i option can be used to make splitmail generate the pieces with similar (but not identical) message-id fields, in a format which allows them to be easily correlated with one another and which end with the suffix provided on the command line after -i.
The default chunk size for spliting messages is 250000 at most sites, though this is also a compile-time option. This can be overriden with the -s switch, or with the environment variable SPLITSIZE.
Messages smaller than the chunk size will not be turned into partial messages, but will be written to a single file or delivered as a single message.
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