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Is it possible to submit a completed form to an email, and save it to a database at the same time?
I apologize if I sound unfamiliar with Infopath. I have only been using it about a week. I have created several dropdown menus and forms. I would like to be able to have someone fill out a form and email it to a specific location, but at the same time have the completed form saved or send it to a database...
Submit current view via email for InfoPath 2003 users
For some time now, I have been on the hunt for a solution to allow InfoPath 2003 users to submit the current view (not the default view) of a form via email (Outlook) without it sending as an attachment. From what I am learning, there is a certain script or code that I can apply to the submit button...
Re: Send XSN file as an attachment from forms library programatically.
Hi anyone have any idea plz
Send XSN file as an attachment from forms library programatically.
Hi, I want to send an email and attach an XSN file from forms library with it. I am using infopath 2007 and outlook 2003. Therefore I cannot use EmailSubmitConnection . I started with System.Net.Mail class to achieve this. Now the real challenge is to send the form(XSN file) as an attachment from the...
How do you make it so that when a form with attachments submits (to an email account), the attachments do not embed in the form, but are sent as email attachments. The forms I am using are web-based. They are submitted to indiviudals who do not have InfoPath. They can see the form and data, but cannot...
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