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EasyMail v1.0.0

Neko based command line tool written in Haxe for sending mail to an SMTP server.

Windows

If you run EasyMail with no command line arguments, you should see the following message:

 EasyMail requires at least six arguments:
     [to], [from], [mailSubject], [mailText], [mailHtml], [smtpHost]
 Optional arguments: [port], [username], [password]

Example usage

EasyMail you@service.com from@service.com "Hello" "Message Content" "" smtp.service.com 25 username password

Non-authenticated example: (default Port 25)

EasyMail you@service.com from@service.com "Hello" "Message Content" "" smtp.service.com

HTML Email example

EasyMail you@service.com from@service.com "Hello" "Your mail client doesn't support HTML" "<html><h1>Hello!</h1><p>Content</p></html>" smtp.service.com

Neko Virtual Machine

EasyMail.n is the neko byte code for EasyMail. It can be run directly using neko VM; http://nekovm.org/

Example usage:

neko EasyMail.n you@service.com from@service.com "Hello" "Message Content" "" smtp.service.com 25 username password

Neko is available on Windows, Linux, and OS X, and buildable for other operating systems from source.

Known Issues

Exceptions

Google mail example: (Failed on my system, Windows 7 64x, without error)

EasyMail you@service.com from@service.com "Hello" "Sending via google..." "" smtp.googlemail.com 465 GOOGLE_LOGIN@gmail.com GOOGLE_PASSWORD

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