I want to send a text file from Unix as an attachment to a Microsoft Outlook address. I have tried the 'elm' command which does this. But it is in an interactive mode. I want this to be automatically done by a program. Is there any other way to this?
I have tried all of the commands mentioned in the reply. The uuencode command worked in Linux but not in Unix. Through Unix it sends the encoded file to Microsoft Outlook 98. Does it require any environmental variable to be set? Can the 'elm' command be operated in a non-interactive way? Pl. help.
I have a shell script which executes to write html codes into a text file. My next step is to email the text file so that receiving person (people who i send email to) should be able to see pie/chart or bar graph (whatever i design in my code) in their email. Following is the example of a sample... (7 Replies)
My requirements are :-
Remote connection to the another server with log in credential.
Read the mail from a particular user with date,subject and contents and
store these data in XLs with consecutive columns (date,subject and contents).
Mail that XLs to multiple user those are in a mailing... (3 Replies)
For a requirement in my project, i need to implement code in unix such that unix checks whether the necessary mails from a particular client is received in outook inbox. Note that, i ve to check whether that particular mail has got any attachment too..
Please tell me whether this is... (0 Replies)
Hi Every one,
I have to install microsoft outlook on unix operating system. We can install microsoft outlook on Linux operating system using WINE HQ Emulator. Like wise any Emulator , interface or compatibility layer for running Windows Applications. Please give some suggestions links to do... (3 Replies)
Anyone know if you can download an outlook client to run on Unix?
Company recently moved to outlook 2003 and I am wondering if I can install a client on my solaris 9 ultra 10 to access my internal mail.. (1 Reply)