Assuming you are using the code from the lesson, just add any Bcc e-mail
addresses to the tRecipient variable before the call to tsNetSmtpSync.
Since you don't include them in the variables passed to mimeEncodeAsMIMEEmail,
the addresses won't be included in the e-mail headers.
I got it to work!
I just needed the statement:
Now it works great!
Is there anyway I can put in a BCC email address instead of CC?
> On Mar 2, 2021, at 6:19 PM, matthias rebbe via use-livecode
> no, only the file which is suitable for the
I put tsNet.dylib into the already existing externals folder
that was inside of the CGI-Executables folder where
the revdb.dylib and others reside as it seemed to be
the logical choice. The error I was getting went away
and the script completes, but no message gets sent out.
no, only the file which is suitable for the OS on which the Livecode Server is
For Windows it would be one of the .dll files, for Linux one of the .so files.
The file with the 64 in its filename is for the 64bit version of the os, the
other one for the 32bit verision.
So for macOS i
What I’m seeing is:
(Right Click)Show Package Contents
tsNet_INDY_1.4.2 (Folder Full of tsNet stuff)
Do I want the entire folder?
Do I just want:
There’s a lot of items.
it seems tsNet is missing in your installation of Livecode Server.
Please create a folder externals in the folder where livecode server is
Then copy the tsNet external from you Livecode Desktop installation into the
newly created externals folder.
That should do.
I put mime.livecodescript into the folder with the script that call it.
I put in the start using “mime.livecodescript” statement.
When I run the script, I now get:
Function: error in function handler (tsNetSmtpSync)
which is pointing to:
put tsNetSmtpSync(tURL, tFrom,
When i did test it some time ago, i've put it in the same folder where the
livecode server script that used the library was located.
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> Am 02.03.2021 um 21:05 schrieb Rick Harrison via use-livecode
> Hi Matthias,
> I managed to find
I managed to find mime.livecodescript.
What folder do I need to put it into on my macOS Catalina LC Server?
> On Mar 2, 2021, at 12:55 PM, matthias rebbe via use-livecode
> I would copy the complete file mime.livecodescript to the server.
> The file can
I would copy the complete file mime.livecodescript to the server.
The file can be found in the Extensions folder either in the app bundle (macOS)
or the Livecode program folder under program files (Windows).
In your script use 'start using" to use the library
Ok, I only see mimeEncodeFieldAsMIMEMultipartDocument in
com.livecode.library.mime and not in the TsNetLibUrl, so I
guess that answers that question.
If I’m incorrect somehow, please let me know.
> On Mar 1, 2021, at 7:09 PM, matthias rebbe via use-livecode
It’s been so long since I have used the project browser
I forgot that one has to click on the number of lines
of code to see the actual code. LOL
Ok, so which one do I want?
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Sorry, but I have never needed to mess with libraries before this.
Where do I get the complete Mime library script?
I tried looking in the Project Browser for version
1.2 of the mail stack but all I could see was
com.livecode.library.mime and tsNetLibUrl
for choices. When I open
>> tsNet externals.
>> If i remember correctly, i added the FTP part or so and put that modified
>> stack as lcMailAndFtp.livecode online.
>> You could look here for a newer version (1.2) of Charles mail sample stack.
ginal stack was created by Charles Warwick, the developer of the tsNet
> If i remember correctly, i added the FTP part or so and put that modified
> stack as lcMailAndFtp.livecode online.
> You could look here for a newer version (1.2) of Charles mail sample stack.
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