SMTP Mailer

Does anyone know of a program (with GUI) that can email the contents of a folder via SMTP via a schedule?
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David SankovskySenior SysAdminCommented:
I'm not certain that a think like this even exists...
But, if you can skip the GUI part I can whip up a PowerShell / BASH Script (based on the OS in question) to do that.
I just need some clarification on the meaning of "content" Do you mean mailing the names of the files in that folder? or do you mean actually mailing the entire content - mailing the content could be problematic as most server put a restriction on mail size.
bradbaldAuthor Commented:
Basically very small log files from a PABX call accounting program. It stores its logged data inside a folder. There is about 30 files which are <50KB in size and I was hoping to have something say email the entire contents of that folder hourly to an email address via our Office 365 service.
David SankovskySenior SysAdminCommented:
PABX is most commonly Linux Based, So based on that alone, I'd say that a GUI solution is probably out of the question.

But if you want mt to, I could write a bash script for you that you can then schedule to run hourly using a cron job.

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bradbaldAuthor Commented:
Thanks for that. At this point I think I will abandon this project and manually check the logs as needed. Thanks for the offer.
David SankovskySenior SysAdminCommented:
That is up to you.
Should you change your opinion, me offer for a script still stands (It's not limited to Linux only, if the system is windows based, I can whip up a PowerShell script as well)
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