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Ability to include attachments #69

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jdarling opened this Issue · 3 comments

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@jdarling

It would be great if you could attach files to the emails that are being sent. Looking at sample PHP code from ( http://webcheatsheet.com/PHP/send_email_text_html_attachment.php ) this might not be difficult to achieve. Will look into it more and post back what I find.

@jdarling

Here is a start (the code to encode source stream or file into base64 chunk data):

var encodeStreamForEmail = function(source, callback){
var content64 = source.toString('base64');
var chunklen = 76;
var endWith = '\r\n';
var contentEncoded = [];
var i = 0, l = content64.length;
for(; i < l; i+=chunklen){
contentEncoded.push(content64.substr(i, chunklen));
}
callback(null, contentEncoded.join(endWith));
};

var encodeFileForEmail = function(sourceFileName, callback){
var fs = require('FS');
fs.readFile(sourceFileName, function(data){
encodeStreamForEmail(data, callback);
});
};

Still have to look into header's, mime types, etc...

@andris9

I'm not sure if and how node_mailer handles attachments but Nodemailer which is beneath node_mailer used for the transport supports any kind of attachments (files, streams, strings)

@echessa

I tried to use attachments as demonstrated in the https://github.com/andris9/Nodemailer example using this node_mailer(Marak's) but I got this error: Cannot call method 'replace' of undefined. Does anyone know how to include attachments using node_mailer. I chose node_mailer over Nodemailer because it supports use of templates so I'd prefer to send attachments with node_mailer

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