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Command Line email client for windows

By jimmy-jam ·
Can anyone recommend a command-line email client for Windows? I'd like to play around a bit.

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hm....

by ---TK--- In reply to Command Line email client ...

I couldn't really find any clients with that description. But I did come across Mutt, it normally is text email client based for Linux/Unix... http://www.geocities.com/win32mutt/win32.html

They say it works best with Cygwin.... Which is a sweet Unix emulator for Windows...

There is also Putty, which allow you to telnet/ssh to an email server...

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Here's a couple to play with

by Jacky Howe In reply to Command Line email client ...

Free

Bmail

http://www.beyondlogic.org/solutions/cmdlinemail/cmdlinemail.htm

SendEmail

http://caspian.dotconf.net/menu/Software/SendEmail/

Not free

Febooti

http://www.febooti.com/products/command-line-email/


Softabar

http://softabar-command-line-email-client.findmysoft.com/

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lol

by ---TK--- In reply to Here's a couple to play w ...

wow... I should have known not to search with cmd.... much better results with "command line"

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Amazing what you can find

by Jacky Howe In reply to lol

by copying and pasting part of a question in Google. 'a command-line email client for Windows' just need the key words and most of the time the OP has supplied them. I can't recommend them as I haven't used them but Jimmy did say that he wanted to play. LOL

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Yeah but...

by jimmy-jam In reply to Amazing what you can find

I tried Googling that and I didn't get the same results. I did find info about sendmail but not the other. The Aussie Google servers must be more intelligent.

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Shhhhhh

by Jacky Howe In reply to Yeah but...

don't let everyone know or they will try to use them.

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