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Attachment name
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Save Message

Save Message action can save message body and attachments to files.

features

save body:
  • save message body to selected disk folder either in Plain, RTF, HTML, Native format.
  • customisable message header
  • adding attachment info to saved body
save attachments:
  • save message attachments to selected disk folder (support normal, embedded and OLE attachments).
common:
  • unique filenames
  • run program with saved body or attachment as a parameter

save body options

enable:enable/disable processing whole action
enable saving message body:enable/disable saving body
output folder:disk folder where action will save body
output filename:filename of saved body
header:header template which will be added to saved file
original format:save body in original message format
native format:save body in native message format (.msg)
plain text:save body in plain text file
rtf:save body in rtf file
html:save body in html file
add header:add message header to saved file
add attachments info:add list of attachments to saved file
run program after saving:run program after saving body to the file
command line:run this command
program arguments:use this arguments
 

save attachment options

enable:enable/disable processing whole action
enable saving message attachments:enable/disable saving attachments
output folder:disk folder where action will save attachments
output filename:filename of saved attachments
add links to the saved attachments to the message:append a description with file location of saved attchments to the message
delete attachments:remove attachments from the message
add shortcuts to the saved attachments to the message:add a shortcut with file location of saved attchments to the message
run program after saving:run program after saving attachment to the file
command line:run this command
program arguments:use this arguments
 

filename fields

In the following table you can find description of fields which can be used in output filename and program arguments.

fieldsdescription

for body, attachments and program arguments:
{year}message delivery time: a two digit representation of a year (00-99)
{year4}message delivery time: a full numeric representation of a year, 4 digits (1970-2038)
{mon}message delivery time: Numeric representation of a month, with leading zeros (01-12)
{day}message delivery time: day of the month, 2 digits with leading zeros (01-31)
{hour}message delivery time: 24-hour format of an hour with leading zeros (00-23)
{min}message delivery time: minutes with leading zeros (00-59)
{sec}message delivery time: seconds, with leading zeros (00-59)
{dayofweek}message delivery time: numeric representation of the day of the week (1-7, 1-Sunday)
{syear}message submit time: a two digit representation of a year (00-99)
{syear4}message submit time: a full numeric representation of a year, 4 digits (1970-2038)
{smon}message submit time: Numeric representation of a month, with leading zeros (01-12)
{sday}message submit time: day of the month, 2 digits with leading zeros (01-31)
{shour}message submit time: 24-hour format of an hour with leading zeros (00-23)
{smin}message submit time: minutes with leading zeros (00-59)
{ssec}message submit time: seconds, with leading zeros (00-59)
{sdayofweek}message submit time: numeric representation of the day of the week (1-7, 1-Sunday)
{sndrname}message sender name
{sndremail}message sender email
{sndrtype}message sender address type (ex|smtp|...)
{rcptname}message recipient name
{rcptemail}message recipient email
{rcpttype}message recipient address type (ex|smtp|...)
{subj}subject
{mailbox}mailbox name
{unique}unique counter

for attachments and attachment program arguments only:
{att}attachment name
{att/ext}attachment name without extension
{ext}attachment extension
{ayear}attachment creation time: a two digit representation of a year (00-99)
{ayear4}attachment creation time: a full numeric representation of a year, 4 digits (1970-2038)
{amon}attachment creation time: Numeric representation of a month, with leading zeros (01-12)
{aday}attachment creation time: day of the month, 2 digits with leading zeros (01-31)
{ahour}attachment creation time: 24-hour format of an hour with leading zeros (00-23)
{amin}attachment creation time: minutes with leading zeros (00-59)
{asec}attachment creation time: seconds, with leading zeros (00-59)
{adayofweek}attachment creation time: numeric representation of the day of the week (1-7, 1-Sunday)

for program arguments only:
{saved}saved filename (for program arguments only)
Generated: May 21 2005 12:47:16
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