BLAT Mailer (no config. required)

The BLAT CGI accepts both GET and FORM CGI usage : http://yourdomain.com/cgi-mail/blat.exe

Your HTTP request must contain some vars with the command line.:

TO : the -t parameters of Blat
CC : the -c parameters of Blat
BCC : the -b parameters of Blat
SENDER : the -f parameters of Blat
FROM : the -i parameters of Blat
ORGANISATION : the -o parameters of Blat
SERVER : the -server parameters of Blat
SUBJECT : the -s parameters of Blat
PORT : the -port parameters of Blat
HOSTNAME : the -hostname parameters of Blat
TIMEOUT : the -ti parameter of Blat

 

These Variable are Boolean (if present and set TO “1” or “Y”, added the option, if not present or set TO “N” or “0”, remove the option)

NOH : the -noh parameters of Blat
NOH2 : the -noh2 parameters of Blat
MIME : the -mime parameters of Blat
UUENCODE : the -uuencode parameters of Blat
BASE64 : the -base64 parameters of Blat
REQUESTRECEIPT : the -r parameter of Blat
NOTIFY : the -d parameter of Blat

 

You can prefix these var name bu “Blat_” (ie using BLAT_SUBJECT instead SUBJECT) if you don’t want see the variable content in the message.

Blat_success and Blat_failure will contain the URL for success and failure messages.

 

Example of HTML page using blat

<HTML>
<BODY>
GET test:<br>

<FORM ACTION=”/cgi-mail/blat.exe” METHOD=”GET”>
Enter here your email
Sender: <INPUT TYPE=”text” SIZE=”20″ NAME=”Sender” VALUE=”myname@mydomain.com”><br>
<INPUT TYPE=”text” SIZE=”20″ NAME=”TO” VALUE=”webmaster@yourdomain.com”><br>
<INPUT TYPE=”text” SIZE=”20″ NAME=”Blat_Subject” VALUE=”Another cool tool by IWI”><br>
SMTP Server: <INPUT TYPE=”text” SIZE=”20″ NAME=”SERVER” VALUE=”202.136.4.15″><br>
<INPUT TYPE=”text” SIZE=”20″ NAME=”Var2″ VALUE=”Var_2″><br>
<INPUT TYPE=”text” SIZE=”20″ NAME=”Var3″ VALUE=”Var_3″><br>
<INPUT TYPE=”hidden” NAME=”Blat_success” VALUE=”http://yourdomain.com/good.htm”>
<INPUT TYPE=”hidden” NAME=”Blat_failure” VALUE=”http://yourdomain.com/bad.htm”>
<INPUT TYPE=”hidden” NAME=”Blat_Mime” VALUE=”Y”>
<INPUT TYPE=”submit” VALUE=”submit”><BR>
</form>
</BODY>
</HTML>

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