Attached is a patch that adds 'http' as a mailer.
I added this because I did not want to send the reports from the system on
which the smoke ran.
This mainly because it includes usernames, ip addresses and a company
This could also be useful to persons that are stuck behind a firewall that
does not allow outgoing mail.
My setup: mailrpt.pl -> http request to another server -> send the mail to
Added the following questions to configsmoke.pl:
Which mail facility should be used?
<MIME::Lite|http|mail|mailx|sendmail> [MIME::Lite] $ http
To which address(es) should the report *always* be send?
(comma separated list, *please* do not include perl5-porters!)
to which URL should the report be send?
 $ https://url.of.server
which username should be used to authenticate?
Leave empty if no authetnication is needed
 $ username
which password should be used to authenticate?
 $ password
(It doesn't ask for the password if the username is empty)
Output from mailrpt:
mailrpt.pl -c /opt/perl/bin/smokecurrent_config
Sending report to https://url.of.server OK