CFMAIL ATTACHMENT PDF

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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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. To manage these attachments cfmajl call them 1. Is there anyway I can override this and specify my own filename separately from the file? ColdFusion added this new attribute called filename to override the filename specified in the file attribute.

A sample example is below.

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More info at https: Ryan’s suggestion is probably the easiest solution. If you’re on CF 8. After you’ve renamed your attachments with cffile and passed them to cfmailparamColdfusion will delete them from disk for you once they have been processed by the mail spool:.

Alternatively you could call Coldfusion’s underlying Java and construct your email message with attachments from memory only, with whatever names you fancy.

Check out Dan Switzer’s blog for an example on CF 7. Then you would just want to delete the file once you are finished. I don’t think there is a way to attach a file but call it something different when attaching to an email.

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Attqchment you are running 8. Since CF8 you can use file and content as per: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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I’m trying to use ColdFusion to send out emails containing attachments stored on our server. I can use the code: Core Xii 4, 4 23 Cfmaip 1, 4 22 Dungeon Hunter 8, 12 48 You can try adding: I they allow spaces in the file name.

Chris 71 1 1. I searched for something similar to the original question and this is what I was looking for. This seems to only work for one attachment.

Additional attachments on the email have their real filename. This should be marked as the correct answer. After you’ve renamed your attachments with cffile and passed them to cfmailparamColdfusion will delete them from disk for you once they have been processed by the mail spool: This is pretty much what I ended up doing but rather than writing the file to disk attachmdnt deleting it I used the content attribute in CF8 to deal with most of attachmentt by just reading in the file to a binary variable and attcahment letter cfmailparam write it out.

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I should note, I was really looking for a solution that didn’t involve reading the file cfmaiil and possibly writing it outas I expect this can be quite a drain on coldfusion for large files, so some way of renaming the attachment would still be preferred.

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Ryan Guill 9, 4 29 The cfmail cfmial cfmailparam tags now have a remove attribute that tells ColdFusion to remove any attachments after successful mail delivery.

The cfmailparam tag now has a content attribute that lets you send the contents of a ColdFusion variable as an attachment. To do so, specify the variable in signs as the content attribute value, as in the following example: The file attribute specifies the file name to include in the mail header, not a file on the ColdFusion system From: Sam Farmer 3, 13 Tom Chiverton 5 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

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