Thanks, that’s the recommendation I was looking for - the files don’t change much, but they’re just unique to each queue.From: Jerrad Pierce firstname.lastname@example.org
To: Mchugh, Sean
CC: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Sat Mar 14 18:48:08 2009
Subject: Re: [rt-users] reply with attachment
Definitely a valid approach which we use internally. However, we are
dealing with a few external entities on the other end that have highly
restricted internet access and arranging for that access is not always
Well then, assuming http file service is also out, by “a variety of files” do
you mean “many” or that they change? (Although if they change you’re
going to have to have a complicated scrip to handle the responses). If it’s
just to attach many, I’d precompose a MIME message with attachments,
and use that as my template. A little work up front, but it also saves the
server from repeatedly encoding the same content.
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