/CHECK and /CHECKALL
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/CHECK can be used as a command line parameter for The Bat! whenever you want to check mail for one or more accounts.
/CHECKALL command is used for checking mail for all accounts and exiting from The Bat! if there were no new messages received. It is a shortcut for the combination of /CHECK* /SMARTEXIT
/CHECK<account mask1>[;account mask2[;account mask3[...]]]
The Account mask is used to identify which account(s) to perform the check operation for. It can be:
Note: To separate account masks, use semicolons (";" character). Do not use spaces between account masks when using the /CHECK command as a command line parameter because a space-separated mask will be interpreted as the start of the next command line parameter and will not be processed as intended.
Note: If a mask contains space characters, enclose it in quotation marks as shown in the first example. If a mask contains quotation marks, you should use single quotes (" ' " characters).