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  • MMAIL - Embedding a spooled file into a message body

    Did you ever need to embed a spooled file in the body of an e-mail message instead of attaching it?
    That is a rather unusual need, however some MMAIL users raised it.
    We then tought that a rather simple way to implement such a feature,
    could be that of inserting the message text and the spooled file into a HTML stream file.
    That stream file could then be used as message body and e-mailed with some MMAIL command like EMLHTML, EMLNOTE or POSTANOTE.

    So we developed a new MMAIL command named EMBEDSPLF.
    It bundles the message text and the spooled file into a HTML stream file.
    It is then up to the user to decide for the MMAIL command to e-mail such a message body stream file.

    You can find detail description of command EMBEDSPLF in the MMAIL online mamual
    at page http://www.easy400.net/mmailh/othutils.htm#embedsplf .
    Examples are available and can be linked from that page of the online manual.

    Feature available with MMAIL release dated July 19, 2020

    Giovanni B. Perotti
    www.easy400.net
    gb_perotti@easy400.net

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    The ideal team would include a technical lead who oversees the quality of the finished product https://mlsdev.com/blog/devops-services. This person will also oversee the work of developers and the UX designer. The user experience designer is the person who will make the application look good and be usable. The QA engineer is responsible for ensuring that the system runs smoothly and that it meets quality standards. In addition to establishing a good user experience, the QA engineer should also have expertise in the field of software development.

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