By Fred Rogers
Where to start.
We are now getting important client information e-mailed to us in the form of attachments.
The attachments have the clients name and a reference number in the file name. ie Smith, John, 1234567.pdf
What I would like is to forward the email message based on the attachment name, inducing the orignal attachment.
Or what would be even better if I could download the attachments, put them in a clients folder then e-mail the staff member alerting them that a clients files have been updated.
Right now I have a server script that runs every 15 minutes to get the mail.
I can see the attachment names, but I am unsure how to work with the files.
I'm working with a Go database and trying to email a pdf copy of a FM layout.
I'm able to save the FM layout as a pdf without any problem and I'm able to then email a message from Go to an external email but I'm not able to get the saved pdf to attach to the email.
I can see the saved pdf file in my files on the iPad and I can open it on my desktop, so I know that part worked.
I'm suspecting that I haven't set the file path correctly in the attachment options. Any advice appreciated.
We just bought the 360works E-mail plugin, and we're having some trouble getting attachments to work properly. The script which is sending e-mails is supposed to pull attachments from a container field (Emails::attach1). And it does...sort of.
The e-mail sends successfully, and contains an attachment. Except that the attachment is a .jpeg of what the container field LOOKS like, not a copy of the file it contains. I've tried this with .txt files, .zip files, .doc files, etc. Every time, I just get a picture of what the container field looks like.
When sending documents, I get an image of the first page of the document.
Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? Below is the line in the script that is doing the attachment. Platform is Windows 7 x64, Filemaker 10.3 Pro, E-mail plugin v. 1.96.
Set Variable $emailattach = EmailAttachFile( Emails::attach1 )
Thanks in advance.