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Posted on 2001-06-14
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Using Delphi 5 / dbase tables

How can i send a report from created via quickrep directly as e-mail from my program to the customer?
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by:FrodoBeggins
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QuickReport can save the report to .qrp, .txt or .rtf file. If you want the custumer to use your program to view the report, use the .qrp export filter. Otherwise I recommend you to use .rtf. I, personaly, use that mechanism to send reports to our custumers via e-mail.
The e-mail itself can be sent in many ways. I use Francois Piette's TSMTP component, part of the ICS sute.
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by:tzigan
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Great tip.
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Internet Component Sute. It's written by Francois Piette. Freeware, downloadable form http://users.swing.be/francois.piette/new-index.html
You just have to send poscard (non-electronic!) to Francois for the registration :)
There is very good email list for support.
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Thanks for your competent tip
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