Include Doclink method in LotusScript?

What is the LotusScript to include a doclink in an email you are sending?  I am absolutely positive I've seen it before or even done it but I can't find it anywhere.  The help files only have the "Newsletter" method FormatMsgWithDoclinks, and all the examples I can find just include ALL documents in a view.  I want to send an email with a link to only the CURRENT document so the user can come find it.

Just like the @MailSend with [IncludeDocLink] flag.  It MUST be possible to do.  I just can't find it!!  

Argh.

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HemanthaKumarCommented:
Hi

Use AppendDocLink method in the RTItem, here is the syntax for that:

Call notesRichTextItem.AppendDocLink( linkTo, comment$ )

linkTo, can be you uidoc.Document. But note the UIdocument should be saved inorder for the user to open or else it will give an error.


Good Luck
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pentapodAuthor Commented:
Worked a treat, thanks for finding it for me!

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