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Iv'e set up email and it seems to be working OK but attachments aren't being received in the emails..

 

I've taken some screenshots from the trends button.. the attachments show in the file browser but they aren't being emailed for some reason.

 

 Any suggestions?

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How are you referencing the screenshots file name from the email attachment window? The attachment would need to exactly match the file name given when it was taken from the HMI.

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I used the file browser to rename the file to 1. It wouldn't let me put 1 in the file-name so i tried #"1", didn't work. I tired #1.jpg", didn't work.. 

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also tried renaming the file to test, #"test" and #"test.jpg" also didn't work. 

 

Theres no info in the help file on sending email attachments so its a bit of a guessing game.. 

 

My goal is to save a monthly usage data table and automatically email it to the supervisor.. 1st things 1st.. lets get it working but is the end goal possible?

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I had tested using the same methods you described (renaming, with and without extension) and have also been unable to send a screenshot. Other attachments are functioning as expected. We will look into this issue and report back when we have more information.

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