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SMTP Mailer

This product makes it extremely simple to send an email from a command line. You can specify the sender and multiple recipients including CC and BCC. It also supports multiple attachemnts and server authentication.

Send an email from a command line

Here is a short example of how to use the SMTP Mailer.

SMTPMAIL.EXE from=example@smptinfo.com to=example@smtpinfo.com body="Hello World!" subject=Example server=smtp.smtpinfo.com

Send now or Edit before sending

You can choose to send the email directly or you can show it to the user before sending it. This allows the user to edit the content.

SMTPMAIL.EXE from=info@smptinfo.com to=test@smtpinfo.com body="Edit your emails before you send them" subject="Send emails from the command line" server=smtp.smtpinfo.com gui

If you add the GUI command line switch then the email will open in an editor before it is sent.

Edit email

Features

The table below lists the features available in the free SMTP Mailer and the professional SMTP Mailer.

Feature Free Pro
Sender yes yes
Recipients one multiple
CC Recipients no multiple
BCC Recipients no multiple
Attachments one multiple
Server Port 25 any
Authentication no basic, windows
Body text plain, html plain, html
Multiple body parts no yes
Edit email before sending yes yes

Command Line Usage

SMTPMAIL from=sender_email to=recipient_email server=smtp_server [subject="email_subject"] [cc=cc_recipient] [bcc=bcc_recipient] [body="body_text"] [type=text|html] [priority=low|normal|high] [user=auth_user] [password=auth_password] [bodyfile=filename] [attachment=filename] [license=licensekey] [gui] [ssl]

ParameterDescription
from Email address of sender.
to, cc, bcc Email address of recipient. Multiple recipients of each type can be added by repeating the parameter tag.
subject Subject of the email.
body Body text of email.
bodyfile File name of a file containing the body text. This parameter can be specified multiple times.
attachment File name of attachment. This parameter can be specified multiple times. Wildcards are supported since version 5.
server Name or IP address of the SMTP server.
port Port number of the SMTP server. The default value is 25.
user User name used for authentication.
password Password used for authentication.
ssl Instructs the program to send the email using SSL. Using the ssl switch can often solve problems where the server expects a STARTTLS command.
license License key that unlocks the professional features.

Values of subject, body, user and password must be URL encoded when using special characters.

Try the Pro features

We invite you to try the features of the Pro version for 30 days. The following license code is valid for the next 30 days.

20141202fef026fce540215191eebc847dd0d8c1

Specify License

This example shows how to specify the license string on the command line. A valid license will unlock the extra features of the professional version. In the example below we use the license string 20141202fef026fce540215191eebc847dd0d8c1.

SMTPMAIL.EXE from=example@smptinfo.com to=example@smtpinfo.com to=example@biopdf.com body="Hello World!" subject=Example server=smtp.smtpinfo.com license=20141202fef026fce540215191eebc847dd0d8c1

More Examples

Multiple Recipients

Add two recipients.

SMTPMAIL.EXE from=example@smptinfo.com to=example@smtpinfo.com to=example@biopdf.com body="Hello World!" subject=Example server=smtp.smtpinfo.com

Attachments

Send an email with two attachments from the command line.

SMTPMAIL.EXE from=example@smptinfo.com to=example@smtpinfo.com body="See attached files" subject="Mailing attachments from a command line" server=smtp.smtpinfo.com attachment=c:\document.pdf attachment=c:\image.gif

Server Authentication

In this example the server requires a login and password.

SMTPMAIL.EXE from=example@smptinfo.com to=example@smtpinfo.com body="See attached files" subject="Mailing attachments from a command line" server=smtp.smtpinfo.com user=tester password=pass#word1

Google GMail SMTP Server

If you have a Google GMail account then you also have access to Google's SMTP server. Using this server requires you to use the ssl parameter.

SMTPMAIL.EXE server=smtp.gmail.com from=smtpinfo.com@gmail.com to=info@smtpinfo.com user=smtpinfo.com@gmail.com password=mysecret ssl license=20141202fef026fce540215191eebc847dd0d8c1 subject="Hello via GMail!" body="This email was sent using the GMail SMTP server :-)"