C-Mail provides command line access to SMTP email. Without C-Mail, sending email from automated process and batch routines may prove difficult or impossible . Now, notifications of batch style jobs and even attached files can be sent automatically.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Do you find yourself constantly sending monthly minders or emails notifying users of network status? Log files for large jobs need to be sent out after being generated? C-Mail is here. With C-Mail, email functionality can be written into job scripts or set up with schedulers. Just add C-Mail to the end of a backup script to email a log file to you, set it up as the notification executable in your network monitoring package, or define it with your system scheduler to send out email at predefined intervals. No longer do you have to open your email client, write repetitive mails, attach files, address and send...C-Mail does it for you. C-Mail provides the ability for command line access to the SMTP email protocol. Without C-Mail, sending email from automated process and batch routines may prove difficult or impossible . With C-Mail, notifications of batch style jobs and even generated logs and files may be sent in an automated fashion. C-Mail exposes a command line (DOS-Prompt) interface as well as a configurable INI batch interface for the processing and sending of SMTP email.
Change Info: + external file as message.+ external file addressing.+ multiline messages.+ option of marking priority, request reciept and organization.+ filemasks for file attachments (*.TXT).+ "delete after send" option for removing files after transmission