This is driving me nuts.
Need to send emails with an attachment from server side script.
The attachment path calculates correctly, as far as I can tell. Permissions are 777 (I Know...), but the file still does not attach!
This is the variable calculation that yields the path:
"/Samsung SSD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Documents/"&$filename
Only problem is: attachments don't attach!
I have tried every iteration I could think of:
"filemac:/Samsung SSD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Documents/"&$filename
What am I missing here???
Thank you!! I can't believe I'm the only one who ran into this issue?
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I have a pretty simple document generation and management solution to which I would like to add an email capability. I would like to be able to have my email attachments dealt with FileMaker so as to be given a unique name and allow me to save them to my HD all in Macintosh.
Any body interested in taking on this task for me?
I will buy whichever plugin will do the best job or suits the successful consultant.
I have always developed with FileMaker for windows. I have bought myself a MacBook Air and love it. So now I am using FileMaker 16 Pro advance for MAC. I know that MAC does not label their directories like windows does. So I am having problems figuring out to get the right coding to access my photos. I have a folder called "Photos" that reside on the C: drive in windows. Then I reference that folder so pictures will populate automatically when I put in a record. Here is what I have on the windows fileMaker:
Let ( [ // Transform the contents of a container field named Images to text ImageRef = GetAsText ( ImagePath); Photos = Position ( ImageRef; "/"; 1; PatternCount ( ImageRef; "/")) ]; Middle ( ImageRef; Photos + 1; Length ( ImageRef ) - Photos ) ) images:
"imagewin:/C:/Photos/" & Film::title & ".jpg" Then I go into Import folder and point to the folder all the photos are in. The problem I have now is how to point to that folder in "imagewin", is their an alternative called imagemac, then I could put in Macintosh HD/Users/patricks/Documents. The folder is in the Document folder, called Photos. Thank you for any help.
By Richard Fincher
I'm just trying out FMS17 on a virgin Windows Server Essentials 2016 install, which I do not plan to use for any other task except hosting FMS17.
I'm looking to switch off or block all ports and services which aren't needed for Filemaker Server. The ones I'm planning to open for FMS are 80, 443, 5003, 16000. The other ones which seem to be open separately from FMS are :
PORT STATE SERVICE
53/tcp open domain
88/tcp open kerberos-sec
135/tcp open msrpc
389/tcp open ldap
445/tcp open microsoft-ds
464/tcp open kpasswd5
593/tcp open http-rpc-epmap
636/tcp open ldapssl
3268/tcp open globalcatLDAP
3269/tcp open globalcatLDAPssl
3389/tcp open ms-wbt-server
I'll be placing IP restrictions on 3389 (for my RDP), regarding switching off the rest, it occurred to me that parts of the OS may need to use some of these services to do what they need to do (e.g. allow administrator to login to windows?)
Will be using a firewall external to windows itself, rather than the Microsoft firewall.