Passing arguments to YourPhone app to send message from PC to my cell from security app than can run on alerts

I’m wondering if it’s possible to pass arguments to YourPhone app to send message from my PC to my cell from my security app than can then run YourPhone on alerts.

For instance, on an alert from my security software ISpy it can run a batch file calling YourPhone app so if I can pass it my cell number I would get an alert on my cell. I know how to start the YourPhone app from the command line but I don’t know if it accepts arguments 🙁

I have searched everywhere and can’t find diddley!

Thanks,

Tom

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