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MailComposer.AddAttachmentContainer

Adds an attachment to the email based on a container field.

Component Version macOS Windows Linux Server iOS SDK
MailComposer 7.3 ❌ No ❌ No ❌ No ❌ No ✅ Yes
MBS( "MailComposer.AddAttachmentContainer"; Container; Name { ; MimeType } )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example Flags
Container The container to attach to email. Attachment::Container
Name The name for the attachment. "sample.pdf"
MimeType The mime type to use. e.g. "application/pdf" for PDF files. If missing, we use "application/octet-stream". "application/octet-stream" Optional

Result

Returns OK or error.

Description

Adds an attachment to the email based on a container field.
You can use Text.FileExtensionToMimeType to find the mime type for a file extension.
You can use AddAttachment several times to add several attachments.

Examples

Adds an attachment:

Set Variable [ $FieldName ; Value: Get(ScriptParameter) ]
Set Variable [ $Container ; Value: GetField ( $FieldName) ]
If [ IsEmpty ( $container ) = 0 ]
    Set Variable [ $path ; Value: GetAsText ( $Container ) ]
    Set Variable [ $name ; Value: MBS( "Path.LastPathComponent"; $path) ]
    Set Variable [ $extension ; Value: MBS( "Files.FileExtension"; $name ) ]
    Set Variable [ $mimeType ; Value: MBS( "Text.FileExtensionToMimeType"; $extension ) ]
    #
    Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "MailComposer.AddAttachmentContainer"; $container; $name; $mimeType) ]
End If

See also

Example Databases

This function checks for a license.

Created 10th June 2017, last changed 10th June 2017


Log - MailComposer.AddAttachmentFile

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