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by X3nion
24 Apr 2020 05:25
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Sending an SMTP Mail using Curl in a Batch file
Replies: 2
Views: 1567

Re: Sending an SMTP Mail using Curl in a Batch file

Hey scavenger and thanks for your reply! Well the curl-command as posted in the first post works very well and sends a mail to me. And there I provided username+password in the command line. However, the password is sent without being obscured or decrypted somehow. Is there any possibility to make t...
by X3nion
18 Apr 2020 16:05
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Sending an SMTP Mail using Curl in a Batch file
Replies: 2
Views: 1567

Sending an SMTP Mail using Curl in a Batch file

Hey there! I'd like to send an email using curl in a batch file. I tried the following lines: curl --url 'smtps://securesmtp.t-online.de:587' --ssl-reqd --cacert cacert.pem --mail-from 'user@t-online.de' --mail-rcpt 'user@t-online.de' --user 'user@t-online.de:password' And this works out well! Now I...
by X3nion
17 Apr 2020 15:23
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Re: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Hey together,
now everything worked out very well - thanks a lot for your help! :-)

Kind regards,
X3nion
by X3nion
17 Apr 2020 08:48
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Re: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Hey and thanks for your reply! When I provide the following code, >"out.txt" curl "https://www.foobar.com/" >nul findstr "out.txt" /c:"search me" && echo found || echo not found I get the following error: FINDSTR: /c:Kann nicht geöffnet werden not found So in English: FINDSTR: /c: Cannot be opened. ...
by X3nion
17 Apr 2020 03:59
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Re: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Hey Steffen, thanks for your reply! I'm from Germany as well as penpen. However, this is an American forum and our users are from all over the world. Thus, English is the common language here and we're following this rule. Okay I of course understand this guideline! What could that mean? As I alread...
by X3nion
16 Apr 2020 15:57
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Re: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Now I tried it and it worked out well, and it shows "Found"!

However, the following notification appears: "FINDSTR: Line 106 is too long".
What could that mean?

And how could I search for more strings?
I repeated the command more times, but I'm sure there must be an easier way?

Kind regards,
X3nion
by X3nion
16 Apr 2020 13:50
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Re: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Hey aGerman and Thanks for your reply!
Do you come from Germany? If yes, we could write in German :D
I‘m going to try it out and answer if it worked out.

Kind regards,
X3nion
by X3nion
16 Apr 2020 06:54
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Re: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Hey penpen and thanks for your reply!

Is there maybe someone else familiar with Curl?

Kind regards,
X3nion
by X3nion
15 Apr 2020 10:09
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd
Replies: 12
Views: 2468

Searching a pattern in a website using curl in cmd

Hey there! I'd like to use curl (or, if it’s not possible, another tool) to search some patterns on a web site using a batch script. If the search is successful, it would be great if curl could somehow give back a positive sign (e.g. a "1" in case of success, and a "0" in case of no hits). Does anyo...