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Email Software to Automate Emailing of Text or HTML Files Windows server 2008

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I am looking for a software solution (preferrably) which can run as a service under Windows Server 2008 or can be run by the Task Scheduler, which has the capabiliyt of sending a text file or HTML file as an email to specified recipients (individual email address or distribution group). The text file or HTML file must be sent as the body of the email (not as an attachment).
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