There is no exemple that save the attachment. Do you have one exemple to send?
Thank you for your help.
I really read the full text, but all i got is a winmail.dat file.
If i use the generateUniqueFilenames i got file like winmail.dat, winmail1.dat, winmail2.dat, winmail3.dat
How can i extract the attachment file from winmail.dat?
Have you made a script that downloads the real attachment using pop?
Can you help?
I tested with CF9 on Win7. It worked fine. Here's the code:
<cfpop server="mail.server.com" username="email@example.com" password="mypassword" action="getAll" name="my_pop3" startrow="1" maxrows="1" attachmentpath="C:\files\">
<cfdump var="#my_pop3#" />
The attachment was downloaded and stored in C:\files\.
Not sure why you got .dat file. I sent a PDF; and I received a PDF.