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Need to use Blat for sending email notifications from windows program

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We use a third party program for creating service tickets (internal use only). For the email setup, the application takes sender name, email address, email server address, and sender email password. After that is setup, the program is supposed to send out emails to all the specified recipients, at a regular interval. I have installed Blat and it is working from the command prompt. Can I specify blat as the email server in the other third party program?

The third party program is not sending emails on it's own. There's an option to make it send emails through Outlook, but Outlook just displays a popup alert, saying that a program is trying to access the address book. In doing so, Outlook prevents the program from sending out emails automatically.
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I seriously doubt it since Blat is not a server or a service.  It is just a command line program, nothing more.
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