Blat 3.2.22 freeware
Blat - A Win32 command line SMTP mailer. Use it to automatically eMail logs, the contents of a html FORM, or whatever else you need to send.
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||SMTP Mailer, send mail, e-mail sender, Blat, SMTP, Mailer|
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|3.2.22||Jul 22, 2019||New Release||Added new command line options -msgid and -addch2bin. The -msgid option takes a string which will be used in the Message-ID: header instead of the string created by Blat. The string will work best when enclosed by quotation marks ("). This request came from Christophe Ross on SourceForge.net, for use in sending control messages. For example:
Heiko Mück, also on SourceForge.net, requested the ability to add charset="utf-8" to the Content-Type: header for binary attachments. This request allows him to be certified with his recipient. It seems to me his recipient might be receiving a mixture of ASCII and UTF-8 files from different locations, and want some to force senders to use UTF-8 for binary attachments (XML files).
|3.2.19||Nov 21, 2017||New Release||Added -MDN option that allows Blat to be used for sending Message. Disposition Notifications in response to incoming emails through a third party email client. Supported MDN types are defined in RFCs 2298, 3798, and 8098. The defined types are: displayed, dispatched, processed, deleted, denied, and failed. When -MDN option is used with any of these six values, the message headers will indicate "MDN-sent-automatically" along with the requested MDN type, as part of a multipart MIME message. This option will not work with attachments or embedded files.
When using -priority with a zero value, Blat will set message headers "Priority: non-urgent" and "Importance: low". Blat has for years set these message headers "Priority: normal" and "Importance: normal" whenever priority was defined to be zero. Nissl Reinhard indicated Microsoft Outlook 2013 has been treating Blat messages as normal priority instead of the intended low priority.
|3.2.10||Oct 20, 2015||New Release|