This is why the new Remove attribute of the CFMailParam tag Image Attachment In GMail Using ColdFusion’s CFMailParam Attribute. It used to be in pre-ColdFusion MX 7 (CFMX 7), to embed images in an email, to set them up so that they do not show up as attachments or. The cfmailparam file should point to a location on your server. to temporary stock this file and finally use CFMAILPARAM to attach this file.
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You can use this tag to include a file, such as an image, in an HTML mail message. Home Services Forums Advertise Contact.
If you specify the filename attribute with the name of the attachment, the new name is set as the attachment replacing the name of the attachment in the file location. So, I have an unlimited number of attachments they can attachmeng. How the attached file is to be handled. Results 1 to 2 of 2.
This works with special URLs eg: If you specify the type, the value you specify becomes the content type header; otherwise, ColdFusion generates the atachment type header. Files will not exist on server, we have 3rd party hosting. As they pick and add a file, the file name and path is inserted in the Parents combo box. Home Forum What’s New?
Is there a way to somehow automatically delete the file after the message has been sent? Display a file inline in a mail message. Mutually exclusive with file attribute. Is there a way to do this? Added the attribute decode.
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Login to Your Account. This forum is now closed to new posts, but you can browse existing content. This file is then attached to the email: Just ran the idea past my boss and attacnment was approved: If I go to http: Email Required, but never shown.
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Attcahment a file to an email, using cfmailparam Hello, I’m working on attaching a file to an email and sending it using the cfmailparam tag. The SitePoint Forums have moved.
The requirement if for this attachments not to be stored in the webpage. Your code will work fine for text files only. How can I attach a file to an email from a url? Decode the name of the file that will be attached to a mail body.
Mutually exclusive with name attribute. There’s no way to do it from a url?