cooper collier 2/11/2019 11:29:37 AM
This can be currently be done. But it is not a simple menu choice. The way I do it,
- make a separate document table that links to your new table.
- turn on your email to database.
- email the document to your database, put the ID of the current record in the email tag. It will look like this 12345+[record id]@mailto....
- make a rule in the mailbox table. The rule creates a record in the documents table, copies the attachment to the file and the recordID to the reference column.
It takes 10-15 min for the system to process it, but it work nicely.
I can make a video later if anyone is really interested.
ps. If you wanted it to show up quicker... I am pretty sure it can be done using the rest API. In some ways this may be easier. Once you learn REST.