TONAME command

-TONAME parameter allows to specify friendly name of email recipient. By default most email clients display friendly name, with or without actual email address (as specified in TO field).

Command syntax:
  • febootimail -TONAME Teddy Green -TO ted@example.com
  • febootimail -TONAME John (Example Inc) -CC johninc@example.com

An email friendly name is something we can easily read and remember. This is especially useful if email address of actual recipient is not very appealing, for example, mkr0786i@example.com. Friendly name usually is person name - Teddy Green or Teddy G, it can be Organization or Company name - Example Inc. Or it can be both - Teddy Green (Example Inc), or Teddy Green (Accounting Dept).

C:\>febootimail -SERVER smtp.example.com -FROM stewart@sender.com -TONAME Leonard Wilson -TO leon@recipient.com -TONAME Example Inc -CC sales@example.com -TEXT Mail sent from the command line using multiple recipients and friendly names.

TONAME parameter can be used both for TO and CC recipients. Also, TONAME field can be used multiple times per command line. Each TONAME field will be assigned to every next specified email recipient.

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