Email priority tag specifies the way in which messages are processed by various software. While some automatic email software ignores priority tag, some email clients show messages with different priorities in different colors. Also, some email filtering system either local or server side may take this setting into account. In general cases, when setting message priority user might be guided by the Netiquette or a logical status that a common sense would assign to email content.
febootimail -PRIORITY 1
febootimail -PRIORITY HIGHEST
-PRIORITY switch specifies the message priority class that may vary from priority 5 (lowest priority) to priority 1 (highest), or alternatively, priority 0 (not set). By the default, when -PRIORITY switch is not used, priority 3 (normal) is used.
Possible values for email priority are LOWEST, LOW, NORMAL, HIGH, HIGHEST and NOTSET or numerical values 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0, respectively.
C:\>febootimail -SERVER smtp.server.com -FROM email@example.com -TO firstname.lastname@example.org -BODY automatic mail priority sent by windows command line email utility -PRIORITY high
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