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Auto Detachment of Attachments from Lotus Emails

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi All,

I'm wondering if there's a way to detach attachments from incoming mails to a given account (say, pr@pr.com) and save such attachments to a specific destination automatically. I would like to do this for mails coming into this box with a specific subject. Please advise.
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Yes, create an agent that will act "After new mail has arrived" and paste this code into agent's Initialize event:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q_20844678.html#10094138
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To test the code, first set agent to run on selected documents.
Then run it (possibly using debugger) on a few documents that contain attachments.
Create the folder on your file system that you'll specify in the code, as the place where attachments will be placed.
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Ok, I'll try this shortly and give you a feedback.
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