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If you need to execute a lot of commands many times, the /BATCH command is  a life saver. This command allows the execution of multiple commands defined in a text file; each command being placed in one line.










If you have to check your account and send queued mail from it, you can create a batch file called C:\The Bat!\CheckMail.BAT which contains three lines:






To execute this batch file from a command line, you can run The Bat! with the command line parameter

/BATCH:"C:\The Bat!\CheckMail.BAT"


Note: If a parameter value contains space characters, enclose it in quotation marks. If a value contains quotation marks, you should use single quotes (" ' " characters).