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Old 01-20-2001, 04:10 PM
Wise Guy Wise Guy is offline
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Default RE: Attachments with TNMSMTP email component

Hey!

I think you should check both things done before you send the mail:
1) to check if you supplied a valid path\filename for the Attachments property
2)The Attachments property specifies a list of files to attach to the outgoing E-Mail message. Note that you must have only one filename per line.

This may look something like:
S.PostMessage.Attachments.Add('c:\mytxt.txt');
//If you want to add another file use the same line but with //the new path\file.

If none of above helps why don't you try to change the way of ENCODING to UUEnCode (standart mail clients should support UUCode format).

Good Luck!
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