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Log file provides a general overview on email sending processes. The log journal data is saved in a plain text file, which is specified after the LOG argument. How to use the LOG command? An example:

febootimail -FROM tom@example.net -TO emily@example.com -SUBJ Email and log example -TEXT Sending Command Line Mail and logging the results -LOG log.txt

An example of the LOG command with a full path:

febootimail -FROM tom@example.net -TO emily@example.com -SUBJ "Email and log" -TEXT "Sending email and logging the result" -LOG "C:\My Files\John\log files\log.txt"


It is possible to log detailed debug information by using DEBUG or DEBUGX command, and adding >>logfile.txt to the command line.


In both examples above, a localhost is used as an SMTP mail server. Usually, it is required to specify an SMTP server manually using the SMTP argument. Server authentication is performed with AUTH, USER, and PASS arguments. An example with authentication:

febootimail -FROM tom@example.net -TO emily@example.com -SUBJ Authentication and email log -TEXT "Sending command line mail and logging results" -SMTP smtp.example.com -AUTH AUTO -USER tom_king -PASS kGpja#KJsdf -LOG logfile.txt

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