Supplement email address with friendly name

Friendly name is the name instead of your e-mail address, which appears as sender in mail message. To send message with friendly name, use FROMNAME parameter. Alternatively, use following syntax:

  • febootimail -TO "Firstname Lastname <friendly@email.com>"
  • febootimail -TO "Lastname, Firstname <friendly@email.com>"
  • febootimail -CC ""Firstname Lastname" <friendly@email.com>"
  • febootimail -CC ""Lastname, Firstname" <friendly@email.com>"
  • febootimail -FROM "friendly@email.com (Lastname, Firstname)"
  • febootimail -REPLYTO "friendly@email.com (Lastname, Firstname (Thirdname))"

Example of sending email with friendly name parameter:

C:\>febootimail -FROM david@sender.com -TO ryan@example.com -TEXT "Friendly name example" -FROMNAME "David M."

Example of sending email with REPLYTO and REPLYTONAME parameters:

C:\>febootimail -FROM david@sender.com -TO ryan@example.com -TEXT Friendly reply name example -REPLYTO john@sender.com -REPLYTONAME "John Sender"

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 david@sender.com -TO ryan@example.com -TEXT Friendly name example -SUBJECT "Command line mail authentication" -SMTP mail.example.com -AUTH AUTO -USER david -PASS ********
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