cfdocument format=”pdf” name=”mydoc”> cfdocument> cfmail from=”[email protected]” to=”[email protected] “. I want to create a PDF (simple enough using cfdocument) but then I would like to cfmail to=”[email protected]” from=”[email protected]”. I create my PDF from the form input using the cfdocument tag. cfmail to=” [email protected]” from=”##” subject=”Order.
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This method also completely bypasses the CF mail spool. So, I thought I’d re-do my original example using Jon’s technique in this post—just so you can see cfdocumwnt example of both methods. Home Sitemap About Contact.
I am going to try it. Do you know of any good examples on processing incoming emails?
: Using CFMAIL to send attachments stored in memory
I am using Version 7 now but soon to get v8. Dan, this is awesome! I commented a long time ago fcmail your post about sending in-memory binary data using the Java mail API, but that post went pretty high over my head: This one, however, looks super straight forward. Thanks for showing this demo. This means some mail clients may not correctly interpret the message.
I got this code to email me a PDF of my list of fields, but it is not filling in the data cfail my form. Should it be able to do that without external programs? I’m pushing hard to get CF8 here but since we just got 7, I have to make something else cfdocumen for a while. The form I’m trying to send via email and display as a pdf is at http: Once I get one of these going, I can use it for many applications we have at the library.
As a comment above mentions, you would probably be better off using the method talked about here: That should show you off enough code to get you up and running.
The embedded image was not displayed when I tried this code. Anyone else had this problem? As the comments state, this does not produce a syntactically correct SMTP message–which could be your problem.
The better solution is to use: Hi, This has all been very helpful and enlightening, thanks for posting it! But I’m still a little bit stuck.
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I’d like to send an ics iCal file without having to save it as a file. But, what we really want is to send them an email that is an invitation that they could accept or decline. Dan you said “Also, the CF8. See the documentation for more information I believe its the cfmailparam tag that the functionality was tied to, but can’t recall cfdovument the top of my head.
Using CFMAIL to send attachments stored in memory
The answer is there Shown in a great example by Ben Nadel here: Thanks for your quick reply and hopefully this helps someone out after I spent a while searching for something that I felt would have been a grand omission in CF8 in light of all the new PDF capabilities.
You solution worked like a charm! I just want to express my love and gratitude! I’ve spent the last 5 hours or so surfing across expert-exchange, houseoffusion and many many forums looking for a way to email and excel sheet that is dynamically generate and this is absolutely beautiful and worked without much trouble. Only one minor tweak I had to do was replace the binaryEncode content with ToBase64 content because the other threw an error when it encountered a single quote in the content.
Once again, many many thanks! How do I alter your code above to use my PDF instead of the other attachments you hard-coded in? Thanks again for a great solution for CFMX7. First, if you can do this using just CF7 natively provided the file lives on disk: If using CF7’s native solution is going to cause you problems, then you really want to use the Javamail API over this solution–as it’ll produce valid messages per the spec.
See this blog post for details: Dan, Got it working using your code above and it works beautifully.! I was amazed at how simple and clean the code ran and delivered the two PDF reports as attachments to my Outlook email Inbox! I’m now looking forward to Scheduling all of my reports in like fashion.
As mentioned in the comments, this does create syntactically correct SMTP message. Joost van der Drift. Taking your example I’m trying to create a mail with an ICS attachment, so that the recipient can acknowledge or decline cfdcoument invitation. Any ideas from anyone?