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DOS script to embed an HTML file in the body of any e-mail.

Posted on 2010-09-06
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Hello

I am using Blat (http://www.blat.net/syntax/syntax.html) to send e-mail alerts and would to embed an HTML file in the body.

I have tried using the -embed and -html syntax but the file just attaches to the e-mail rather than embeding, any ideas?

Thanks!
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Kamaraj Subramanian earned 500 total points
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this is how i am using


blat C:\check\result.html  -html  -subject "Check - 2010" -to abcd@abcd.com -mime -server mail.server.com -f abcd@abcd.com -debug -log blat.log

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Bingo, working great!!
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Bingo, working great!!
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