tcp.sendMailHere's a new verb, tcp.sendMail, that will be included with 5.0.2 if it checks out.
As you might imagine, it can be used to send electronic mail messages from Frontier scripts.
It's a simplified version of tcpcmd.sendMail, and was written and documented by Alan German, firstname.lastname@example.org, the author of tcpcmd.
We wanted a simpler version of sendMail to include with the built-in tcp verbs in Frontier 5, one that would serve as good sample code, and might evolve independently from the much richer tcpcmd functionality. Here it is!
How to install
Try an experiment
Again, in the Quick Script window, type:
tcp.sendMail (recipient:user.prefs.mailaddress, subject:"Hello!", message:"I can send lots of mail now.")
Click on the Run button.
Switch into your mail program, and check your mail.
All the parameters are strings, and they are all optional.
Here's a list of the parameters and their default values:
recipient, cc, and bcc must be strings of a single email address or comma-delimited email addresses.
There is absolutely no error checking on the messages returned from the host. If your host is alive, and your parameters are clean, you won't have a problem.
Please don't use this script to find new ways to spam people. Be kind. Remember the golden rule! Thanks.
Also, if you want more, be sure to check out the all-time classic, tcpcmd, from Alan's website.
Sunday, March 01, 1998 at 8:43:33 AM by DW
Added code to replace lines that are just a single period with two periods per Jim Correia's suggestion.
Changed the parameter order to: recipient, subject, message, sender, cc, bcc, host, mimeType.