Re: Preventing the download dialog box from appearing(2nd post)
- imho, i dont see the need of batch saving attachment for any email
client, since all of them does save each attachment separately (havent
seen any mail client that does batch saving, even winform/gui based
mail clients), and besides if you want to have a single file you can
always zip the files before attaching it
but if you still insist on doing so you should zip/gz all the files on
server side, and have an alternate download link to download it all in
a single file (see http://php.net/zlib)
and for opening the mail (assuming its webbased) the attachments are
not automatically saved (even in users temporary folder), only
winform/gui based (not web based) does that coz they download the
entire message, in short, you need to click on it to download the
attachment, well, you can force the user to download the attachment
automatically but that is a malicious code
hope that enlightens
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kalikaye2004" <kalikaye2004@...>
> Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to Everyone!!
> I would like to repost this request for code or technique which will
> suppress the download dialog box when issuing the imap_fetchbody to
> email attachments. You know...I would simply like to downloadfile
> attachments batch style from the server without haveing to click on a
> lot of dialog boxes.
> By the way when you open your mail from your server what temporary
> does it get saved to in your computer and with what extension...Just
> something which may reduce the code of my email client program...
> Best of Luck for the next year!!