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attaching a file from a document library to e-mail

  Asked By: J    Date: Apr 10    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 8101

We are receiving complains about attaching a file
from a document library to e-mail.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks

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9 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Scott Nelson     Answered On: Apr 10

Problem can be solved by

If they select Explorer view, they can either:
1. Right-click a document  and choose Send to | Mail Recipient
2. Drag a document into an e-mail  message, or
3. Copy and paste the document into a message.

If the recipient has access to the document library, they could use any
other view, right-click the document and choose Copy Shortcut and paste
the URL into the mail message.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Blake Marshall     Answered On: Apr 10

even i have a similar requirement where i need to email an attchment.

But i need to automate this process.

Can you give me any ideas as to how to automate and integrate outlook with share point.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Dwayne Jensen     Answered On: Apr 10

Check out Mail Enabled Document Libraries.

Configure virtual server settings in SharePoint Central Administration for
your Web Site. Choose "Virtual server general settings" in the third section
of the resulting screen. "E-Mail Enabled Document Libraries" can be
configured at the bottom.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Jose Baker     Answered On: Apr 10

My request was to automate mailing attachments to other people.

but according to the description given for email enabled doc libraries it is supposed to be for recieveing attchments from users.

Does this mean that i can send out automailers from sharepont 2003.

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Cornelius Guerrero     Answered On: Apr 10

I guess I misunderstood your initial post. I thought that you wanted to let
users send documents to your library  via email.

You want to automate mailing attachments to people when what event occurs?

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Roderick Wolfe     Answered On: Apr 10

I want to send attachmennts as automailer when a new document  gets uploaded to the document library.

I know i can send out an alert but dont know how to send an attachment.

My overall objective is to create a subscription list where the user decides wether he just wants a link to the document or an attachment in his mail box whenever the latest document gets uploaded to the portal.

 
Answer #7    Answered By: Johnny Cruz     Answered On: Apr 10

You will want to handle documents that are uploaded to the document  Library
using an event sink:
msdn.microsoft.com/.../htm
l/tsptDocLibEvents.asp

Or since the URL may wrap:
http://tinyurl.com/4sh9e

 
Answer #8    Answered By: Norman Santos     Answered On: Apr 10

how do i get outlook to integrate.

will it be like a normal vb.net program where i can create a outlook object and send mail or should i integrate outlook in some other way to share point.

 
Answer #9    Answered By: Walter Stone     Answered On: Apr 10

document  event sink is a simple .NET Class Library. It can do anything
that any other .NET assembly can do. I would have assumed that you would
simply send an SMTP email to whatever person or group needs to be notified
about the document upload and/or needs a copy of the document as an
attachment.

But if your requirements include automating Outlook's object model, I'm sure
that could be done as well.

 
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