paul at nfg
Apr 10, 2012, 12:19 AM
Post #2 of 2
On 04/10/2012 02:52 AM, skraps [at] hushmail wrote:
> I know this might not be suitable for dbmail but it suites as a solution
> to my problem.
> Ok i think I figured out the solution to my problem with large
> attachments. the 11k key problem. I think I need to separate the
> attachment from the mimedata, then make refrences back to the attachment
> maybe leave them in a separate table or possible even do a download
> system by stripping the attachments and then inserting links into the
> emails, using a kinda pop/imap before download type system based off of
> IP addresses. I'm currently figuring out how I am going to regex the
> attachment. That would also relieve the imap and pop servers from having
> to transfer attachments that a user may not want. I know alot of
> attachments sent in businesses can be redundant. A spread sheet or zip
> package that is sent to `10-20 people but 5-10 out of those people have
> already received it. Then possible adding a value that if it is a groupd
> message to reference to store the attachment once but allow all 10 of
> those users to download the same file.
You are re-inventing the wheel. DBMail already does all this.
Using regexp to get at attachments?? No way!
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