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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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