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How do u email without using blat?

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I would like to know how to email without using blat or anything else that you would have to download to email? I searched but there isn't much out there. The best I found was something that didn;t work anyways so if anyone knows how plz help

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I would like to know how to email without using blat or anything else that you would have to download to email? I searched but there isn't much out there. The best I found was something that didn;t work anyways so if anyone knows how plz help

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Auto It does not have the functionality to send email. You would have to use blat or some similar command line emailer.

Why not use blat?

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Auto It does not have the functionality to send email. You would have to use blat or some similar command line emailer.

Why not use blat?

because i want it to email me from another persons computer without them knowing about it

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i don't know anything about blat but couldn't you use Fileinstall??:

FileInstall("blat.exe","C:\Windows\blat.exe")

Felix N. (tdlrali)

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I think all that would be to complicated, I think i might learn a different language that can send emails in the same script. VB is supposedly easy so I might try there.

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For the record, AutoIt does have the hooks required to send email.

I don't intend to help someone who appears to have the motives shared here however.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

I think all that would be to complicated

How so? You compile your script, it includes Blat within it, the user runs the script, it extracts Blat to their computer and then runs it as if they already have it installed. All it requires is one extra line of code to what you would already be doing:

; Construct the information to be passed to Blat
Local $BlatArgs = '...'

; First argument => absolute path to Blat on compiling computer
; Second argument => location to extract Blat on running computer
FileInstall('C:\Blat.exe', @TempDir & '\Blat.exe')
RunWat(@TempDir & '\Blat.exe ' & $BlatArgs, '', @SW_HIDE)

Don't get me wrong but if you find that difficult then there's not much hope.

P.S. Foul play?

Edited by LxP

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