Powershell – how to send email

To send email use this cmdlet:

Send-MailMessage [-To] <string[]> [-Subject] <string> [[-Body] <string>] [[-SmtpServer] <string>] -From <string> [-Attachments <string[]>] [-Bcc <string[]>] [-BodyAsHtml] [-Encoding <Encoding>] [-Cc <string[]>] [-DeliveryNotificationOption <DeliveryNotificationOptions>] [-Priority <MailPriority>] [-ReplyTo <string[]>] [-Credential <pscredential>] [-UseSsl] [-Port <int>] [<CommonParameters>]

The Send-MailMessage cmdlet sends an email message from within PowerShell.

You must specify a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server or the Send-MailMessagecommand fails. Use the SmtpServer parameter or set the $PSEmailServer variable to a valid SMTP server. The value assigned to $PSEmailServer is the default SMTP setting for PowerShell. 

Example 1: Send an email from one person to another person

Send-MailMessage -From ‚User01 <user01@fabrikam.com>’ -To ‚User02 <user02@fabrikam.com>’ -Subject ‚Test mail’

Example 2: Send an attachment

Send-MailMessage -From ‚User01 <user01@fabrikam.com>’ -To ‚User02 <user02@fabrikam.com>’, ‚User03 <user03@fabrikam.com>’ -Subject ‚Sending the Attachment’ -Body „Forgot to send the attachment. Sending now.” -Attachments .\data.csv -Priority High -DeliveryNotificationOption OnSuccess, OnFailure -SmtpServer ‚smtp.fabrikam.com’

Example 3: Send email to a mailing list

Send-MailMessage -From ‚User01 <user01@fabrikam.com>’ -To ‚ITGroup <itdept@fabrikam.com>’ -Cc ‚User02 <user02@fabrikam.com>’ -Bcc ‚ITMgr <itmgr@fabrikam.com>’ -Subject „Don’t forget today’s meeting!” -Credential domain01\admin01 -UseSsl

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