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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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.
With the above, I’m able to generate the pdf, attach and email, but the image is not loading. This means some mail clients may not correctly interpret the message. Cfdocumwnt, what we really want is to send them an email that is an invitation that they could accept or decline. That should show you off enough code to get you up and running.
Taking your example I’m trying to create a mail with an ICS attachment, so that the recipient can acknowledge or decline the invitation. Once again, many many thanks!
coldfusion – dynamic pdf-cfdocument + cfcontent + image + email attachement – Stack Overflow
It’s now working, not sure what I did wrong. Dan, this is awesome! I am using Version 7 now but soon to get v8. Thank you for your help. Email Required, but never shown. If it is need be, the pdf can get stored in the hdd, get attached, emailed, then deleted, but would opt for it not to get stored in the hdd. You want to 1. I’m now looking forward to Scheduling all of my reports in like fashion. Sign up using Facebook. Any ideas from anyone?
I commented a long time ago on your post about sending in-memory binary data using cfdodument Java mail API, but that post went pretty high over my head: In my experience, relative paths are problematic, so it’s best to use absolute paths. This method also completely bypasses the CF mail spool. Thanks for showing ccdocument demo. Grab an image from a cfrocument outside of your webroot 2.
Using CFMAIL to send attachments stored in memory
Thank you for your input. Hi, This has all been very helpful and enlightening, thanks for posting it! Thank you for the info!
It is the name of the variable in which the PDF is stored. I am going to try it.
Would like to email the pdf as an email attachement. In that the pdf is not stored the hdd. So, I thought I’d re-do my original example using Jon’s technique cfmaul this post—just so you can see an example of both methods. I just want to express my love and gratitude! The pdf needs to be emailed, and the ram cleared.
Once I get one of these going, I can use it for many applications we have at the library.