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(Visual FoxPro) Convert HTML Web Page to Email and Send

Converts an HTML page at a URL into an email with embedded images and sends it.

Chilkat ActiveX Downloads

ActiveX for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows

LOCAL loMailman
LOCAL loMht
LOCAL loEmail
LOCAL lcEmlStr
LOCAL lnSuccess

* This example assumes the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked.
* See Global Unlock Sample for sample code.

loMailman = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.MailMan')

* The MHT component can be used to convert an HTML page
* from a URL, file, or in-memory HTML into an email
* with embedded images and style sheets.
loMht = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.Mht')

loEmail = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.Email')

* There are two ways of embedding images in emails: with CIDs
* and without.  When using CIDs, the IMG SRC attributes use
* urls that begin with "cid:" and the corresponding image
* embedded within the email includes a Content-ID header field.
* When not using CIDs, the IMG SRC attribute can have a URL,
* path, etc. and the corresponding image embedded within
* the email has a matching Content-Location header field.

* When testing with GMail, if CIDs are used the email will
* be displayed with images blocked (by default) unless
* the user allows them to be displayed.  Without CIDs,
* the images are automatically displayed.

* When testing with Eudora, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Outlook Express, 
* embedded images display correctly with our without CIDs.

* When testing with Yahoo! Mail, embedded images display OK.
* However, the Yahoo! Mail user has the option of blocking
* images.  If this is turned on, the CID images will still 
* display correctly even though images are blocked.  Why?
* It's because when viewing the email there is no external
* HTTP request to fetch an image.  Therefore, a spammer 
* cannot get an indication that you've read the email. 
* However, if CIDs are not used, the images are blocked by 
* any Yahoo! Mail user that has image blocking turned on --
* even though the images are embedded.

* I haven't tested Hotmail yet...
* Regardless, there is no perfect solution.  If CIDs are used,
* GMail users may block your embedded images, if CIDs are not
* used, Yahoo! Mail users may block your embedded images.

* I recommend setting using CIDs.  This is what Mozilla Thunderbird
* does by default, and it's the more clear an unambiguous way
* to indicate that images are indeed embedded.
loMht.UseCids = 1

lcEmlStr = loMht.GetEML("http://www.bonairefishing.com/")
IF (loMht.LastMethodSuccess <> 1) THEN
    ? loMht.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loMailman
    RELEASE loMht
    RELEASE loEmail
    CANCEL
ENDIF

lnSuccess = loEmail.SetFromMimeText(lcEmlStr)
IF (lnSuccess <> 1) THEN
    ? loEmail.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loMailman
    RELEASE loMht
    RELEASE loEmail
    CANCEL
ENDIF

loEmail.Subject = "Test HTML email"

* This example is tested in:
* Outlook 2000, Eudora 7, Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5.0.9, Outlook Express 6, GMail, Yahoo Mail
lnSuccess = loEmail.AddTo("Chilkat Support","support@chilkatsoft.com")

* Note: Chilkat does not regularly check our GMail and Yahoo
* email accounts.  Please send support email to support@chilkatsoft.com
lnSuccess = loEmail.AddTo("Chilkat on Yahoo","chilkat_software@yahoo.com")
lnSuccess = loEmail.AddTo("Chilkat on GMail","chilkat.support@gmail.com")

loEmail.From = "chilkat@live.com"

* Send email using smtp.live.com
loMailman.SmtpHost = "smtp.live.com"
loMailman.SmtpUsername = "chilkat@live.com"
loMailman.SmtpPassword = "myPassword"
loMailman.SmtpPort = 587
loMailman.StartTLS = 1

lnSuccess = loMailman.SendEmail(loEmail)
IF (lnSuccess <> 1) THEN
    ? loMailman.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loMailman
    RELEASE loMht
    RELEASE loEmail
    CANCEL
ENDIF

lnSuccess = loMailman.CloseSmtpConnection()
IF (lnSuccess <> 1) THEN
    ? loMailman.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loMailman
    RELEASE loMht
    RELEASE loEmail
    CANCEL
ENDIF

? "HTML Email Sent!"

RELEASE loMailman
RELEASE loMht
RELEASE loEmail


 

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