http://lessons.runrev.com/s/lessons/m/4 ... er-Scripts
... i've tried the script.
As soon as I try to add a PDF file as attachment, it doesn't work.
The mail is sent, but the attachment is "corrupted".
the header says : "X-Amavis-Alert: BAD HEADER SECTION, MIME error: error: part did not end with expected boundary"
Do you have any idea ?
function shellEscape pText
repeat for each char tChar in "\`!$" & quote
replace tChar with "\" & tChar in pText
-- wrap quotes around text
function wrapQ pText
return quote & pText & quote
-- Emails the given message to the recipients specified.
-- Each address passed can have a name attached in the form "name <address>".
-- Addresses can be passed as comma separated lists.
-- Attachements can be added by passing an array (interger indexed or otherwise).
-- with each attachment itself being an array.
-- pTo - The addresses to send the message to
-- pSub - The message subject
-- pMsg - The message body
-- pFrom - The address of the message sender
-- pCc - Any cc addresses
-- pBcc - Any Bcc addresses
-- pHtml - Boolean, if the message is to be sent as html
-- pAtts - Array of all attachments to send, each attachment of the form:
-- * name: the name of the attachment
-- * path: the absolute path to the attachment
-- * type: the mime type of the attachment, defaults to
command mail pTo, pSub, pMsg, pFrom, pCc, pBcc, pHtml, pAtts
-- build the message header, adding the from, to and subject details
-- we also put any cc addresses in here, but not bcc (bcc addresses hidden)
put "From:" && pFrom & return & "To:" && pTo & return & "Subject:" && pSub & return into tMsg
if pCc is not empty then
put "Cc:" && pCc & return after tMsg
-- if there are any attachments, we must send this email as multipart
-- with the message body and each attachment forming a part
-- we do this by specifying the message as multipart and generating a unique boundary
if pAtts is an array then
put "boundary" & the seconds into tBoundary
put "MIME-Version: 1.0" & return & "Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=" & wrapQ(tBoundary) & return & "--" & tBoundary & return after tMsg
-- add the actual message body, setting the content type appropriatly
if pHtml is true then
put "Content-Type: text/html;" & return & return after tMsg
put "Content-Type: text/plain;" & return & return after tMsg
put pMsg & return after tMsg
-- add each attachment as a new part of the message, sepearting using
-- the generated boundary
if pAtts is an array then
put "--" & tBoundary & return after tMsg
if there is a file pAtts["path"] then
put "Content-Type:" && pAtts["type"]& "; name=" & wrapQ(pAtts["name"]) & ";" & return & "Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64;" & return & return & base64Encode(URL ("binfile:" & pAtts["path"])) & return & "--" & tBoundary & return after tMsg
-- send the mail by piping the message we have just built to the sendmail command
-- we must also send a copy of the message to the bcc addresses
get shell("echo" && wrapQ(shellEscape(tMsg)) && "| /usr/sbin/sendmail" && wrapQ(shellEscape(pTo)) && "-f" && wrapQ(shellEscape(pFrom)))
put "firstname.lastname@example.org" into pTo
put "this is a test" into pSub
put "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa" into pMsg
put "email@example.com" into pFrom
put empty into pCc
put empty into pBcc
put false into pHtml
put "TOPRINT" into pAtts["name"]
put "TOPRINT.pdf" into pAtts["path"]
put "application/pdf" into pAtts["type"]
mail pTo, pSub, pMsg, pFrom, pCc, pBcc, pHtml, pAtts