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Send email with MULTIPLE ATTACHMENTS using CDO

Posted on 2004-10-21
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I would like to have an ASP page that can send email with multiple attachment. Below is my code with 1 attachment and it is working.

SendMsg Mailto, MailCC, MailBCC, MailFrom, MailSub, MsgBody,"C:\\InetPub\wwwroot\"&mid(File.Path,35,len(File.Path))"
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Question by:CochiseCounty
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    your going to have to change your sendmsg subroutine to accept an array of filenames, then loop through the file names and add the attacments.

    Could you post your sendmsg subroutine
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    by:mistyrae
    Hi,

    If you just modify your routine, as I have given an example of below, to check to see whether the attachment argument is a string or an array, you can allow multiple attachments or single attachments, without breaking any code that is only using single.

    Here is my sample SendMsg subroutine:

    <%
    Sub SendMsg (to, cc, bcc, from, subj, body, attach)
          Dim oMail
          Dim oFs
          Dim sAttach

          Set oMail = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")
          oMail.To = to
          If cc <> "" Then
                oMail.CC = cc
          End If
          If bcc <> "" Then
                oMail.BCC = bcc
          End If

          oMail.From = from
          
          If subj = "" Then
                oMail.Subject = "[no subject]"
          Else
                oMail.Subject = subj
          End If

          oMail.Body = body

          Set oFs = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
          On Error Resume Next
                                  
          If IsArray(Attach) Then
                For i = 0 To Ubound(Attach)
                      sAttach = ""
                      If oFs.FileExists(attach(i)) Then
                            sAttach = attach(i)
                      ElseIf oFs.FileExists(Server.MapPath(attach(i))) Then
                            sAttach = Server.MapPath(attach(i))
                      End If
                      
                      If sAttach <> "" Then
                            oMail.AttachFile sAttach
                      End If
                Next
          Else
                sAttach = ""
                If attach <> "" Then
                      If oFs.FileExists(attach) Then
                            sAttach = attach
                      ElseIf oFs.FileExists(Server.MapPath(attach)) Then
                            sAttach = Server.MapPath(attach)
                      End If

                      If sAttach <> "" Then
                            oMail.AttachFile sAttach
                      End If
                End If
          End If

          On Error GoTo 0
          Set oFs = Nothing

          oMail.Send

          Set oMail = Nothing
    End Sub
    %>


    - misty
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