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ZipMail: NotesEmbeddedObject.ExtractFile()

With ZipMail installed, the ExtractFile() function no longer works - no file is created which is supposed to contain the attachment content.
Is there a workaround?
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GalinaYM
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SysExpertCommented:
DId you check the Zipail documentation for developers.
You probably need to call zipmail instead of the normal extract.

I hope this helps !
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GalinaYMAuthor Commented:
Call zipmail on what content?
Is there any other way to get the attachment's content, besides NotesEmbeddedObject's ExtractFile()?
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SysExpertCommented:
zimail has probably replaced the built in NotesEmbeddedObject's ExtractFile()?, with their own routine.

You need to know how to call that from a rogram or find an alternative soltion.

COntact Zipmail and ask them how to do the original Extract.

I hope this helps !
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marilyngCommented:
Hi GalinaYM,
Agree with sysExpert.. I'm guessing that zipMail has it's own extractfile function to prevent users from extracting and opening a non-approved file.   There's a variety of zipmail configurations, so, yes, you'd have to write to their support desk for assistance with this.

Regards!
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GalinaYMAuthor Commented:
Yes, there is a parameter that has to be set to a certain value in the ZipMail configuration file on the client - that did the trick.
Thank you SysExpert and marilyng (and my apologies for a silly question).
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