|Version 2 (modified by AmigaPhil, 20 months ago) (diff)|
ReadSave -- Save a part of the message in the active Read window to a file. (V2.0)
Saves a part of the message in the active Read window to a file.
PART/N - part of the message to save, possible values are 1 for the first part of the message (usually the body), 2 or higher for further parts, or no value at all to get a printout of the visible part of the message
FILENAME/K - filename to use
OVERWRITE/S - avoid any security requesters opened due to an already existing file
RC is set to 10 if the specified part doesn't exist, if the file couldn't be written to or if no Read window was previously specified as "active" with MAILREAD ?.
/* Enable result codes */
/* Silently decode the current message */
/* Save the body to a file, then close the message */
READSAVE 1 FILENAME 'mail:important'
The command used to blindly act upon the first Read window opened at any given time; this was changed in V2.4 to require the use of MAILREAD ? to explicitely mark a window as "active".