Sending HTML email

To send well formated HTML email with embedded images, use HTMLFILE command line parameter. Scripts (.js) and stylesheets (.css) must be embedded in HTML file (not as external files). Images must be stored in the same folder where HTML file is located.

Example of sending HTML email:

C:\>febootimail -FROM john@sender.com -TO emily@example.com -SUBJ Nicely formatted email -HTMLFILE "c:\my files\email-message.html" -TEXT Alternative text for e-mail apps that can not display HTML

Example sending HTML email using HTML and TEXT parameter.

C:\>febootimail -FROM john@sender.com -TO emily@example.com -SUBJ Inline param -HTML -TEXT "A <b>HTML</b> mail sent <i>directly</i> from the command prompt!"

Note! In both examples above, localhost is used as SMTP mail server. Usually, it is required to specify SMTP server manually using SMTP parameter. Server authentication is performed with AUTH, USER and PASS parameters. Example with authentication:

C:\>febootimail -FROM john@sender.com -TO emily@example.com -SUBJ -SUBJ third example -HTMLFILE "c:\emails\mail-message.html" -SMTP mail.example.com -AUTH AUTO -USER john -PASS ********
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