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Default Mail Option in SQL SERVER

Any one know how to send e-mail using SQL SERVER.
Please let me know the steps and set up(if any) for sending a mail.

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Make sure SQL Mail is running (test it in Enterprise Manager -> select the server name, then click Support Services -> SQL Mail and test to see if it's working).

Then use the xp_sendmail extended stored procedure.

Format (incl. passing a SQL query to the mail):
EXEC xp_sendmail @Recipients='email@address.com', @Subject='Subject', @message='Message', @query='Select field from table'

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