CliMail is a set of command line utilities designed to send and receive email. CliSendmail sends email to recipients via the SMTP and SMTPS protocols. CliGetmail receives mail from either POP3, POP3S, IMAP or IMAPS mailboxes. CliMail works best in a scripting environment and has the following features.
CliSendmail - send email from the command line, specify CC recipients, specify BCC recipients, send attachments, set delivery notification email address, send email through a firewall (set firewall host, user name, password and type), send HTML formatted messages, set importance level, add your own RFC 822 compliant headers, send mail through servers that require a login, send mail through servers that require CRAM-MD5 authentication mechanism, specify alternate port for an SMTP server, set the priority of an email message, set the reply to address, set the email address to send the read receipt to, send email through SMTPS servers.
CliGetmail - check email from the command line, check email through a firewall (set firewall host, user name, password and type), check both POP3 and IMAP accounts, send plain text message, reply to a message, list all messages in a specified mailbox, display messages, delete a message, specify alternate mail server port, check email on POP3S or IMAPS servers.