We use bmail.exe for a lot of automated work and sometimes we'd like to use a cc: but the app doesn't provide an input parameter for one.
However it does allow you to set the body and subject so is there some way to sneak a cc: into the subject or body so that it shows up?
Bmail has the following options -
C:\>bmail /? Command Line SMTP Emailer V1.07 Copyright(C) 2002-2004 Craig.Peacock@beyondlogic.org Usage: bmail [options] -s SMTP Server Name -p SMTP Port Number (optional, defaults to 25) -t To: Address -f From: Address -b Text Body of Message (optional) -h Generate Headers -a Subject (optional) -m Filename (optional) Use file as Body of Message -c Prefix above file with CR/LF to separate body from header -d Debug (Show all mail server communications)
So I'm wondering if I don't use the -c if I can add in the cc: into the header via the body? And how would that be done? I would assume a bcc: would also be possible using this method.
Anybody ever do this? Thanks