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So, platform is Windows XP, cmd is the preferred command line and GMail is where I have my email.

I'm interested in the possibility of sending mail through the command line, as lately I've been sending a lot of one-liners concerning some ... well, some work stuff, to a group of two or three people.

Is there such a possibility and what would be needed for that? I've googled a bit on the subject, but get a lot of "expired" articles and linux-related answers.

Has anyone managed to setup this, and if so, would you be willing to share a word or two on the subject?

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blat is commonly used for cmd line email in win. This may be useful Using Blat, Stunnel and Gmail Together (I have not used it myself hence comment only) – wmz Aug 20 '12 at 0:19

You can try installing Sendmail on your box and configure it to use Gmail as its SMTP server. Found this like on how to set that up

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@Shocm-The page that you linked explains the method to do for Fedora not for windows. Or is it applicable for windows also, if I'm wrong? – arulappan Aug 20 '12 at 4:11
Yeah but I believe you can install sendmail on Windows as well so it's just a matter of converting over the configuration settings required for sendmail. – Shocm Aug 20 '12 at 11:08

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