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After 7 1/2 years it is time for Swyx Forum to get some new clothes, more fancy, more modern and more easy to use. And this is what is happening at the moment.

Please note that the content of the current forum will not move, but instead stays as it is and become a read only archive for all times. Also your user accounts will not move automatically. You will have to create yourself a new one after the new forum will go online.

 

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PBXCall.SendEMail


This function sends an email via the globally configured email address.

PBXCall.SendEMail bstrAddress, bstrSubject, bstrBody, bAttachRecording

This function returns an integer value of  PBXSuccess (0) on success. See list of defined return values.

The "from" field of the email with be populated with the globally configured email address. The globally configured mail server will be used to sent this email via SMTP.

 

Parameters

bstrAddress

EMail address. Must be a valid SMTP mail address, e.g. smith@example.com

bstrSubject

EMail Subject.

bstrBody

EMail Body.

bAttachRecording

If TRUE attach last recorded message, i.e. the WAV-file which was created by last PBXCall.RecordMessage call before this SendEMail.

 

Please note: Even if unicode characters are possible within VBScript strings, use only SMTP compatible characters.

 

 

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