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Using the SENDMAIL command with Gmail

To use the SENDMAIL command with the smtp.gmail.com outgoing mail server you must connect on port 587 with the /ssl option.

The syntax will look something like this:

SENDMAIL "smtp.gmail.com" "Joe Blow" "JB@somewhere.com" /port=587 /ssl /user="gmail.username@gmail.com" /pw="secret"

Robo-FTP can also connect to Gmail using implicit mode SSL on port 465 like this:

SENDMAIL "smtp.gmail.com" "Joe Blow" "JB@somewhere.com" /port=465 /sslimp /user="gmail.username@gmail.com" /pw="secret"

Gmail does not allow you to send attachments that could contain damaging executable code. Also note that with Gmail you can send messages up to 25 megabytes (MB) in size.

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Article last updated: 2017-02-07

Tags: Robo-FTP, SENDMAIL, email, SMTP

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