Send Gmails from your command line.
Send quick Gmails from your command line.
npm install gmailto -g
gmailto <emails> <subject> [<message>]gmailto -h | --help | --version
The first time you run
gmailto, it'll ask you for your name and your Gmail credentials (do not include
> Your name: John Doe> Gmail username: john.doe> Gmail password:
This information gets persisted in a file called
.gmailto.json under your
HOME directory. So if you want to reset your data, you can either edit this file or remove it and run
gmailto email@example.com "Document" --attach ~/some_document.doc
gmailto mom,dad "How are you?"
This is licensed under the feel-free-to-do-whatever-you-want-to-do license.