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marko
Oct 31 2007, 01:19 PM
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File Name: Lotus Notes Command Line Mail Client Tool 1.0
File Submitter: marko
File Submitted: 31 Oct 2007
File Category: Email & Spam Tools
Will Run On: 2000/XP/2003

This command line tool uses the native Lotus Notes Mail API to send and receive mail via command line.
Mailbox functions as directory- and file-tree: Sent, Received, In, Out, Error, Attachments
Queuing of messages i.e. to allow front and back processing, fault tolerance
Logging into the application log of Windows. TNG event integration over this.
Sends and receives e-mails including attachments.
Integrated CGI support for remote WEB-based status queries.
Mails are stored as text files. The field delimiter is ASCII character \001 .
Out of the box AHD mail sending support.
Notes_Mail runs as command (frontend), Windows service (backend) and CGI (GUI).
Mails older than one month are deleted from Notes_Mail´s mailbox and received mails older than one month are not retrieved from the Domino server (zero administration).
set one ore more additional attributes inside a notes-mail with the -attribute flag. this allows notes agents to do special processing with these messages. Specify this parameter in one of the following styles: -attribute "name=a text value" -attribute "Date1=date:12.05.2002 10:29:00" -attribute "Date2_30_days=date:now+43200"

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