SMTP command

When sending email, it is always sent via SMTP server. This server is specially configured to receive emails. The server may forward them farther over the Internet, to the final recipient.

Command syntax:
  • febootimail -SERVER smtp.server.com
  • febootimail -SMTP 10.1.1.17

-SMTP or -SERVER parameter specifies outgoing mail server address. Both IP address and domain name can be used. By default febootimail utility uses localhost 127.0.0.1, which means that mail server must operate on the same machine from which email is sent.

C:\>febootimail -SERVER smtp.server.com -FROM jack@sender.com -TO john@example.com -TEXT Send email from DOS prompt using outgoing mail server

Specifying an outgoing mail server is a mandatory, if mail server is not running on the same machine.

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