The AddAttachment method adds an attachment to the message.
Function AddAttachment( ByVal URL as String, [ByVal UserName as String], [ByVal Password as String] ) as IBodyPartHRESULT AddAttachment( BSTR URL, [BSTR UserName,] [BSTR Password,] IBodyPart** pVal );
The full path and file name of the message to be attached to this message.
An optional user name to use for authentication when retrieving the resource using Hypertext Tranfer Protocol (HTTP). Can be used to set the credentials for both the basic and NTLM authentication mechanisms.
An optional password to use for authentication when retrieving the resource using the HTTP. Can be used to set the credentials for the basic and NTLM authentication mechanisms.
The AddAttachment method adds the attachment by first retrieving the resource specified by the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) and then adding the content to the message's Attachments collection within a BodyPart object.
The URL prefixes supported in the URL parameter are file://, ftp://, http://, and https://. The default prefix is file://. This facilitates designation of paths starting with drive letters and of universal naming convention (UNC) paths.
The MIMEFormatted property determines how the attachment is formatted when the message is serialized for delivery to a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service. If this property is set to True, the attachment is formatted using Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME). If the property is set to False, the attachment is added to the serialized content stream in Uuencoded format.
If you populate the HTMLBody property before calling the AddAttachment method, any inline images are displayed as part of the message.
Use the UserName and Password parameters when you are requesting Web pages using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) from a server that requires client authentication. If the Web server supports only the basic authentication mechanism, these credentials must be supplied. If the Web server supports the NTLM authentication mechanism, by default, the current process security context is used to authenticate; however, you can specify alternate credentials for NTLM authentication with the UserName and Password properties.
Important Storing user names and passwords inside source code can lead to security vulnerabilities in your software. Do not store user names and passwords in your production code.
' Reference to Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.5 Library ' Reference to Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000 Library Dim iMsg as New CDO.Message Dim iBp as CDO.IBodyPart Set iBp = iMsg.AddAttachment("http://server.example.com") Set iBp = iMsg.AddAttachment("http://another.microsoft.com","username","password") Set iBp = iMsg.AddAttachment("c:\myfiles\file.doc") ' .. iMsg.Send