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programmatically print outlook attachments (server-side)

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Is it possible to programmatically print outlook attachments (server-side) for an email account?
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Karen FalandaysTraining Specialist
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Hi froggy bill, Stefri's solution should do the trick, but realize you can also do with rules wizard
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Interested by Rules wizard solution: could you develop.
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Are you sure it will print the attached file? I thought that 'print it' would print the massage body and nothing else as when using Print from file menu. I am using rules to move mails to specific folders so I am not really comfortable with Rules Wizard. If you are right, I have lost my time in the mentionned thread re-inventing the wheel but anyway it was funny to write the code ;-()

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No Stefri, how silly of me. I didn't pay attention to the fact that it was the attachments. I am not even certain that rules wizard will do that, so I am going to test it. I need to be more observant :)
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OK, I can confirm that the rule wizard does, in fact, print the email and the attachment.
Stefri, your code is wornderful, as usual :)
Karen
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Which version do you use? In OL2K, if I have an attachement, it is not printed.
Is there a specific option to have attachments printed?

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I would like a solution that is completely workstation independent, no workstation running Ol2k.
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