ColdFusion added this new attribute called filename to override the filename specified in the file attribute. A sample example is below cfmail. cfmail attachment from output – Coldfusion – Advanced Techniques. We are trying to have an email sent to one of our vendors that contains an order form. cfmail attachment – Coldfusion – Advanced Techniques. Can someone help Please. Not till I read a message in this board did I found out that the < cfmailparam.
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I have a select box with and a link on the side that Opens a pop up page and displays a browse button where they select the file. Can be a valid MIME media type or one of the following: To keep clients waiting was completely out of the question.
You can use this tag to include a file, such as an image, in an HTML mail message.
Files will not exist on server, we have 3rd party hosting. I need to send out information to our list. Not used with the name attribute.
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Tom Chiverton 5 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The requirement if for this attachments not to be stored in the webpage.
The file attribute specifies the file name to include in the mail header, not a file on the ColdFusion system From: To manage these attachments we call them 1.
Sign up using Email and Password. All times are GMT. I can use the code: Only got news of it when someone claimed the server had process a page in ms. Check out Dan Switzer’s blog for an example on CF 7.
Using the cfmailparam tag
The cfmail and cfmailparam tags now have a remove attribute that tells ColdFusion to remove any attachments after successful mail delivery. Sam Farmer 3, 13 Alternatively you could call Coldfusion’s underlying Java and construct your email message with attachments from memory only, with whatever names you fancy.
I think your reply was close to what I need, but I’m a bit confused – sorry! If the attachment was a local file on the server I would expect it to under the default permissions of the default localSystem user. I attxchment allow spaces in the file name. What we need is a solution that will take the form output, and then output into word doent and attach said file to the email.
If you specify the filename attribute with the name of the attachment, the new name is attachmfnt as the attachment replacing the name of the attachment in the file location.
The file is MIME encoded before sending. They are just sent and not stored. All the user will see is a confirmation after the email is sent.