LotusScript MIME entity

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I am using a LotusScript function which comes from script library. It has another function which sends mail. Now I want to modify the function to send mail along with document link and snapshot of a document. I find the code is using MIME entity functions. When I commented out all mime entity related script and I made it simple LotusScript methods to send document link using notesrichtextitem. But now the document link is not generated instead it is generated as "(document link :" some text"). Please help.

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  • TomLiotta
    What is a "snapshot of a document"? In particular, what is physically in the file? Does it contain any characters that are not in the 7-bit ASCII character set? -- Tom
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  • shivasanjay
    rendertortitem method is used to get the picture of the document, it is a method of a notesdocument class. the document is having no. of fields which i want to capture as a picture and include it in the body of the mail. it is not having any different character set than 7-bit ASCII .
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  • TomLiotta
    If it is a "picture", it is effectively guaranteed to have characters that are not in the 7-bit ASCII character set. It's going to be a binary file and may have any characters in it. As such, you cannot send it through SMTP without encoding with MIME classes. And if it's not a "picture", please describe more about the physical content. -- Tom
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  • shivasanjay
    Ok, if the content is picture then how can I allow it to send in the body of the mail. How can I use the method renderto RTitem in mime classes or is there a way to passthrough the picture in mime anyhow.
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