When sending command line emails, to add files as email attachments use -ATTACH or -FILE parameter.
Attachments: files that linked to a specific email message, for example, graphics files, word processing documents, spreadsheets, applications, sound, video etc. Some email servers might have trouble handling large files. It is usually best to limit yourself to files of 5 MB or less.
Example: sending email message with single attachment using -FROM, -TO, -SUBJ, -TEXT and -ATTACH parameters.
C:\>febootimail -FROM email@example.com -TO firstname.lastname@example.org -ATTACH C:\folder\document.doc -SUBJ Single file attachment -TEXT Sending command line email with single attachment.
Example: sending e-mail message with three attachments using -FROM, -TO, -SUBJ, -TEXT and -FILE parameters.
C:\>febootimail -FROM email@example.com -TO firstname.lastname@example.org -FILE image.jpg -FILE ..\pictures.gif -FILE c:\files\document.doc -SUBJ Three files attached -TEXT Sending command line e-mail with three attachments using current, relative and absolute paths.
Note: in command line email examples above, localhost (127.0.0.1) is used as SMTP mail server. If you are not using Febooti Command line email on server and, if there is no local SMTP server, specify SMTP server using -SMTP parameter. If SMTP server authentication is required, use -AUTH, -USER and -PASS parameters.
Example: authenticate with external SMTP mail server.
C:\>febootimail -FROM email@example.com -TO firstname.lastname@example.org -SUBJ authentication & attachments -TEXT Use SMTP server authentication and send attachment -SMTP email.server.com -AUTH AUTO -USER david -PASS ******** -FILE image.jpg
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