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Email Confirmation from a batch file running

I'm looking for the most effective way to either send an email confirmation back to me after a temp file delete batch file runs. We have it now so that the batch file creates a log in the event viewer as that is something that we can report on, But we're having issues with it creating the event on different computers.

I would like help with either creating an email after the .bat file is ran, or a way to generate an event log after it's ran.

Here is the code
@echo off
cd /D C:\users
REM ?-Clean Temp Folder?
for /D %%a in (*.*) do DEL /F /S /Q "%%a\appdata\local\Temp\*.*"
for /D %%a in (*.*) do FOR /D %%b IN ("%%a\appdata\local\Temp\*.*") DO RMDIR /S /Q "%%b"
REM ?-Clean IE Cache?
for /D %%a in (*.*) do DEL /F /S /Q "%%a\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\temporary internet files\*.*"
for /D %%a in (*.*) do FOR /D %%b IN ("%%a\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\temporary internet files\*.*") DO RMDIR /S /Q "%%b"

If you could please edit the code so that it will do one of those two actions
1 Solution
David LeeCommented:
Hi, invisimax.

Blat is probably the simplest way to accomplish this.  It's a free utility that allows you to send an email from a command line.

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