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For example this a css file

I want to send this file from this link as a email attachment to an email address in each hour or any specified time interval.

and to download on local PC in a specified folder.

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@mehper: good find. @metal gear solid: please don't doublepost your questions. merging this into the duplicate. – quack quixote Jul 1 '10 at 4:16
@quack quixote - but both are same and one question – metal gear solid Jul 2 '10 at 18:55
those comments were originally posted to… -- that was the doublepost that got merged. the merge link is available in the revision history of this post: – quack quixote Jul 2 '10 at 19:08

In Linux, you can start crontab editing with crontab -e and add a following line: 0 * * * * wget -O /backups/all.css && uuencode /backups/all.css all.css | sendmail This will update CSS and send emails every hour.

uudecode and sendmail are only for example, you may use other email client/server.

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try using a 'web cron':

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