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LWE10123 : Howto send a mail from a command line or cmd under windows

Symptom:

You need to send a mail

Cause:

This is a usefull feature and can be used in lots of situations

Solution:

You can use the mailsend free utility to do this.

mailsend -f quasimodo@lubby.org -d lubby.org -smtp 10.10.10.10 -p 26 -t quasimidi@daa-bw.de +cc +bc -sub %computername% -M "content of the mail"

For more information you can use the help:

E:\>mailsend /h

Version: @(#) mailsend v1.14

Copyright: GNU GPL. It is illegal to use this software for Spamming

usage: mailsend [options]
Where the options are:
   -d    domain*          - domain name for SMTP Helo
   -smtp hostname/IP*    - of the SMTP server
   -p    SMTP port       - SMTP port
   -t    to,to..*        - email address/es of the reciepient/s
   -cc   cc,cc..         - Carbon copy address/es
   +cc                   - don't ask for Carbon Copy
   -bc   bcc,bcc..       - Blind carbon copy address/es
   +bc                   - don't ask for Blind carbon copy
   +D                    - don't add Date header
   -f    address*        - email address of the sender
   -sub  subject         - subject
   -l    file            - a file containing the email addresses
   -a    file,mime_type  - attach this file
   -cs   character set   - for text/plain attachments (default is us-ascii)
   -m    file,mime_type,[i/a] (i=inline,a=attachment)
                         - attach the file (text,html etc) as body (inline)
   -M    "one line msg"  - attach this one line text message
   -v                    - verbose mode
   -V                    - show version info
   -w                    - wait for a CR after sending the mail
   -rt  email_address    - add Reply-To header
   -rrr email_address    - request read receipts to this address
   -help                 - shows this help

The options with * must the specified
Example (Note: type without newline):

 mailsend -f muquit@example.com -d example.com -smtp 10.100.30.1
  -t muquit@muquit.com -sub test -a "file.txt,text/plain"
  -a "/usr/file.gif,image/gif" -a "file.jpeg,image/jpg"

 mailsend -f muquit@example.com -d example.com -smtp 192.168.0.2
  -t muquit@muquit.com -sub test +cc +bc
  -a "c:\file.gif,image/gif" -M "Sending a GIF file"

 mailsend -f muquit@example.com -d example.com -smtp 192.168.0.2
  -t muquit@muquit.com -sub test +cc +bc -cs "ISO-8859-1"
  -a "file2.txt,text/plain"

Change content disposition to inline:
 mailsend -f muquit@example.com -d example.com -smtp 10.100.30.1
  -t muquit@muquit.com -sub test -a "nf.jpg,image/jpeg,i"
  -M "content disposition is inline"

Spamming is wrong! Just dont do it.

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