Using SENDMAIL utility with 24x7 Scheduler
The Microsoft Exchange Resource Kit contains a program, SENDMAIL.EXE, which is a 32-bit command line utility to send mail messages and file attachments. This program is also available in the Microsoft Mail Resource Kit.
The following command can then be used to send an email message:
SENDMAIL.EXE -u <profile name> -p password -r <recipients> -s<subject>
Please refer to the documentation accompanying the SENDMAIL.EXE for more information on all the command line switches available.
NOTE: In order for the 24x7 Scheduler running as the service in Windows NT to be able to successfully run the SENDMAIL.EXE program, you must be setup 24x7 Scheduler service to logon to Windows NT as a user having having access to the mailbox that SENDMAIL.EXE will log on to.