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How to pass new line between parameters in message body from command line

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Hi All,

Is it possible to pass a new line in message body when sending mail from command line.

I'm using it like this: cmd /k C:\"Program Files (x86)"\"Mozilla Thunderbird"\thunderbird.exe -compose "to='test@test.com', subject='sbj', preselectid='id1', body='parameter1 parameter2'"

And what I want to do is when I receive this email to have a parameter2 from body in new line, like this:

parameter1

parameter2

Does anyone know if it is possible and how?

Thanks in Advance

Hi All, Is it possible to pass a new line in message body when sending mail from command line. I'm using it like this: cmd /k C:\"Program Files (x86)"\"Mozilla Thunderbird"\thunderbird.exe -compose "to='test@test.com', subject='sbj', preselectid='id1', body='parameter1 parameter2'" And what I want to do is when I receive this email to have a parameter2 from body in new line, like this: parameter1 parameter2 Does anyone know if it is possible and how? Thanks in Advance

Modified by daliborg

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include a carriage return character in your string.

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I have tried, but it displays it as normal text in new email window.

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What have you tried? These are some guesses:

\n \r %0a %0d

I'm not sure what works in that environment.

Modified by Zenos