Specifies a file mask, e.g. *.*, SYS*.TXT, OS*.TXT. Separate multiple filemasks with a comma.
Other Parameters Required:
By default, the mask is *.* - all files. -filemask works with the following DOS wildcards:
"*" matches one or more of any characters
"?" matches one or zero of any character
Thus, "*.txt" finds any file whose extension is ".txt"; "Rep*.txt" finds all .txt files whose names start with "Rep"; "Rep?.*" finds all files of any extension that have "Rep" as the first three letters of their names plus perhaps one other character, e.g. "Rep6.doc".
Example (cut-and-paste right into your batch file):
NetMailBot -filemask "*.txt" -attachmentdir "c:\Documents and settings\docs" -to firstname.lastname@example.org -from email@example.com -server mail.domain.com -subject "test"
(The following will look for any file ending with .txt, .doc, and .xls)
NetMailBot -filemask "*.txt,*.doc,*.xls" -attachmentdir "c:\Documents and settings\docs" -to firstname.lastname@example.org -from email@example.com -server mail.domain.com -subject "test"
The filemasks * and ? only work with the -filemask parameter.