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cmcruz007
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Hy everyone,

It is posible to send a log with the files copied, deleted, renamed and changed in the body of the email, without attaching or compressing (in HTML)? In previous versions, it was possible...

Now, I only get it to be sent as email attachments...

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Hi, modify your profile, switch to Expert mode, go to Log->Advanced and at the bottom you can define the email body. You can use variables in the email body, e.g. %COPIEDTOTAL%
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Hi Mickyj,

But, is it not possible that the list of copied files appears in the body of the email? Years ago, in previous versions, it was possible to do it, sure.

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Hi, no, it's not possible and never has been - 100% sure about that. The log is always attached as a file (HTML or text), and it can also be attached (compressed) in a Zip file. Perhaps you configured your email client to be able to view it as if it were embedded? Sorry.
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