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KurtBleicken

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About KurtBleicken

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    Mac
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    10.13.2
  1. I've set up the 360Works email plugin with AWS and it's working properly. The 'email from' is an approved gmail account which is an address from our domain. The 'reply to' address is the email address for the contact from which we are sending the email so it is different from the 'email from' address. Our user is selecting a number of her contacts to send an email to, then our script loops through the list and send an email to each recipient one at a time. We need the 'reply to' to be the user's email address. When the email is sent to a gmail address it generates a very scary warning for the recipient. Is there any way to avoid this problem? As a followup to the previous post, when sent to a Yahoo address the email is dumped into the spam folder.
  2. Can't seem to get the the Email plugin working with Amazon. Here's the script. Taken from your example. The connect with Amazon works. It fails at step 12. No idea what the error is from this message.The From is a verified AWS email account. Thanks, Kurt Bleicken kurt@blackbirdconnect.com
  3. Tried to attach a file in your CloudMail app. When I clicked on the 'add attachment' button got the error message.
  4. Anyone have code for attaching a file to a CloudMail email? I believe the file needs to be parked on AWS but I don't know how to set this up.
  5. Is there any to point to an image in a container?
  6. Can someone refer me to some code examples on how to include .png files in an email originating in Cloudmail.
  7. I've been testing the CloudMail plugin for a few months with successful results. Three days ago error codes appeared setting the variable that checks the Amazon credentials. All emails failed at the script step: set Variable [ $connect ; Value: CMSetAmazonredentials etc. Checked with Amazon support and the access codes are OK. Then this morning sending emails suddenly started working again. Any idea what's going on? Kurt
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