This command line utility sends SMTP mail through the specified SMTP server.
Version 1.2 allows you to specify a user and password for authenticating to the mail server. (For use with servers that do not allow relaying).
Note: It seems that this utility can only send lower-case text. It's possible that the author will release an updated version that fixes this minor issue in the future, but for now you must live with this limitation.
Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/2003
Current version: 1.2
Download sendmail.zip (6kb)
You need to extract the tool/script found in the downloaded file by using WinZip or similar.
SendMail /smtpserver mailsrv01 /to firstname.lastname@example.org /from email@example.com /subject Message subject /body message body /attachment c:'temp'att.zip
- Place Sendmail.exe in your system path folders.
- Make sure you know the FQDN or IP address of your mail server.
- Use the above syntax.
To read more about support and disclaimer information for this tool, please refer to the Petri IT Knowledgebase Tools and Scripts web page.
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