Classic ASP Active Server Pages Examples, code, tutorials, scriptsClassic ASP Script to Archive or Save Emails to Database and Attached Files to Folder

Here is my Classic ASP script for archiving emails into a database. There is nothing original in it--I pieced it together by following the manual on Dimac.net and other examples. It is set up for use with MySQL so if you're using a different database, you'll need to change the database connection. Also note that the field data is prepared for MySQL and that may need to be changed if using a different database. This script requires the professional version of Jmail component by Dimac - if your host does not have it, they might install it for you. It also uses Persits ASPJpeg to get image file dimensions. You may want to add a filter to save emails only from whitelisted email addresses. I chose not to have the script delete emails from the mail server, but to be safe, test before actual use. The way it is designed to work is to see if the message id number is already in the database and if not, then to process the email.

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For MySQL Database Tables:
-- Table structure for table `archivedemails`
--

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `archivedemails` (
`MailDate` varchar(100) NOT NULL,
`FromName` varchar(255) NOT NULL,
`FromAddress` varchar(2552) NOT NULL,
`ToAddress` varchar(255) NOT NULL,
`Subject` varchar(255) NOT NULL,
`MsgBody` text NOT NULL,
`msgBodyB` text NOT NULL,
`msgBodyC` text NOT NULL,
`msgBodyD` text NOT NULL,
`msgBodyE` text NOT NULL,
`FileName` varchar(255) NOT NULL,
`FileType` varchar(255) NOT NULL,
`MailID` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`MsgUID` int(11) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (`MailID`),
UNIQUE KEY `MsgUID` (`MsgUID`)
) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=1 ;


-- Table structure for table `emailfiles`
--

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `emailfiles` (
`FID` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`Fmsg` int(11) NOT NULL,
`Fname` varchar(255) CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL,
`Fext` varchar(30) CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL,
`Fsize` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`Fwidth` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`Fheight` int(11) NOT NULL,
`FileDel` varchar(10) CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'OK',
PRIMARY KEY (`FID`)
) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=1 ;



The Script:

<%@LANGUAGE = VBScript%>

Archive Emails In Database<br />
<%
'archiveemails.asp

strconnect = "Driver={MySQL ODBC 5.1 Driver};Server=DATABASEHOST;uid=USERID;pwd=PASSWORD;database=DATABASENAME;"


on error resume next

dim adoConn
dim adoRS
dim counter

set adoConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
adoConn.Open strconnect

if adoConn.errors.count = 0 then

%>
<%

Dim webmail
Set webmail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.POP3")
webmail.Connect "MAILBOXUSER@YOURDOMAIN.WHATEVER", "YOURMAILPASSWORD", "YOURMAILSERVER.WHATEVER"

%>
<%
Function getAttachments()
Set Attachments = msg.Attachments
For mm = 0 To Attachments.Count - 1

Set at = Attachments(mm)
response.write at.Name & MsgUID


dim fs
dim strMyFilePath, strTempFolder
strMyFilePath ="C:\YOURPATH\wwwroot\files\"  'permanent file path
strTempFolder ="C:\YOURPATH\wwwroot\files\temp\" 'temporary file path
'check if attached file already exists in folder
set fs=Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
if fs.FileExists(strMyFilePath&at.Name)=true then 'folder for attached files
'response.write("File exists!")

newFname = Replace(at.Name, StripFileExt(at.Name), "")
StripFileExt(at.Name)
'new file name:
prepFname=newFname & Month(now())&"_"&Day(now())&"_"&Year(now())&"_"&Minute(now())&"_"&Second(now())& StripFileExt(at.Name)
FileExt=trim(StripFileExt(at.Name))
at.SaveToFile(strTempFolder & at.Name ) 'path to temp folder for new files
'move renamed file to permanent folder
fs.MoveFile strTempFolder& at.Name,strMyFilePath&prepFname

else

'response.write("File does not exist!")
prepFname=at.Name
FileExt=trim(StripFileExt(at.Name))
end if
set fs=nothing
FileSize=at.Size
FileName=prepFname
if FileDel="" then
FileDel="OK"
end if
filesSQL ="INSERT INTO emailfiles (`Fmsg`, `Fname`, `Fsize`, `Fext`,`FileDel`) VALUES ('"&MsgUID&"', '"&FileName&"','"&FileSize&"','"&FileExt&"','"&FileDel&"')"
response.write filesSQL
adoConn.Execute(filesSQL)

getAttachments = getAttachments & "<a href=""/attachments/" &_
at.Name &""">" & at.Name & "(" & at.Size & " bytes)" &_
"</a>" & separator
Next
End Function

%>
<%
'this function by Lewis Moten
Function StripFileExt(sFileName)' works for both 3 letter and 4 letter file extensions
If sFileName = "" Then
end if 'Exit Function
If InStr(1, sFileName, ".") = 0 Then Exit Function
StripFileExt = Right(sFileName, Len(sFileName) - InStrRev(sFileName, ".") + 1)
End Function


%>
<html>
<body>

<p>There are <%=webmail.Count%> messages!</p>

<%
If webmail.Count > 0 Then
With Response
Dim i
For i = 1 To webmail.Count


Response.Write "<BR><br>"
Response.Write( webmail.GetMessageUID (i))&"<BR><br>"
MsgUID=( webmail.GetMessageUID (i))

''''Let's see if this message is already in db. If so, we won't process it and its files.

chkSQL = "SELECT * FROM archivedemails where MsgUID="&MsgUID&""

SET chkRS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
chkRS.open chkSQL, adoConn

if Not chkRS.EOF then
'FID = chkRS("FID")

Response.Write "<BR>This message "&MsgUID &" is already in the database.<br>"

else
response.write "<BR>This message "&MsgUID &" being inserted into db now.<br>"

'Response.Write( webmail.Messages(i).Headers.Text )
.Write "From " & webmail.Messages(i).From
FromAddress=webmail.Messages(i).From
.Write "<br>"
.Write "Date " & webmail.Messages(i).Date
MailDate=webmail.Messages(i).Date

.Write "<br>"
.Write "Size " & webmail.Messages(i).Size
.Write "<br>"
.Write "Subject " & webmail.Messages(i).Subject
Subject=webmail.Messages(i).Subject
Subject = Replace(Subject, chr(34), "&quot;")
Subject = Replace(Subject, "'", "&#39;")

'.Write "<pre>" & webmail.Messages(i).Body &"</pre>"
.Write(webmail.Messages(i).ContentType )
'.Write(webmail.Messages(i).HTMLBody)
MsgBody=webmail.Messages(i).HTMLBody
MsgBody = Replace(MsgBody, chr(34), "&quot;")
MsgBody = Replace(MsgBody, "'", "&#39;")

.Write(webmail.Messages(i).Charset)
.Write(webmail.Messages(i).Encoding)
'decodeResults = Message.PGPDecode( true, true );
.Write "<br><br>"
'start

Set msg = webmail.Messages(i)
getAttachments()

'''check image files dimensions

SET objResult = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
objResult.open strSQL, adoConn

While Not objResult.EOF
FID = objResult("FID")
Fmsg = objResult("Fmsg")
Fname = objResult("Fname")
Fsize = objResult("Fsize")
Fext = objResult("Fext")
Fwidth = objResult("Fwidth")
Fheight = objResult("Fheight")
FileDel = objResult("FileDel")

'Response.Write "<BR>"&FID&" "&Fmsg&" "&Fname&" "&Fext&" "&Fsize&" "&Fwidth&" "&Fheight&" "&FileDel&""

'test file extension
Cal=0
imgChk = "N"
FileExt=".xls"
Dim sMyArray(14) 'what we name our array and how many items in it
sMyArray(0) = ".jpg"
sMyArray(1) = ".gif"
sMyArray(2) = ".jpeg"
sMyArray(3) = ".bmp"
sMyArray(4) = ".png"
sMyArray(5) = ".jpeg"
sMyArray(6) = ".doc"
sMyArray(7) = ".txt"
sMyArray(8) = ".pdf"
sMyArray(9) = ".xls"
sMyArray(10) = ".xlsx"
sMyArray(11) = ".docx"
sMyArray(12) = ".rtf"
sMyArray(13) = ".htm"
sMyArray(14) = ".html"

For Each x In sMyArray
'now we need to set up a Case with with to compare our querystring to the items in the array
Select Case MatchExt 'give your case a name for identification purposes
Case Yes
if x = lcase(Fext) then
Cal = 1
end if
End select
Next
'end test file extension

'check if image file
Dim imgArray(5)
imgArray(0) = ".jpg"
imgArray(1) = ".gif"
imgArray(2) = ".jpeg"
imgArray(3) = ".bmp"
imgArray(4) = ".png"
imgArray(5) = ".jpeg"

For Each n In imgArray
'now we need to set up a Case to compare our string to the items in the array
Select Case MatchArray
Case Y
if n = lcase(Fext) then
imgChk = "Y"
end if
End select
Next
'end check if image file

'response.write Cal & imgChk
if NOT Cal=1 then
response.write " File deleted "
''delete disallowed file
response.write "- Disallowed file name."
if fs.FileExists(strMyFilePath&Fname) then
fs.DeleteFile(strMyFilePath&Fname)
FileDel="deleted "
response.write "<br>DELETED"&strMyFilePath&Fname &"<br>"
end if
''update file record in db
delSQL ="UPDATE emailfiles SET `FileDel` ='deleted' WHERE Fmsg = '"&MsgUID&"' AND Fname ='"&Fname&"'"
'response.write "<BR>"&delSQL&"<BR>"
adoConn.Execute(delSQL)

end if

if imgChk="Y" then
'response.write " Image "
' Create instance of AspJpeg
Set Jpeg = Server.CreateObject("Persits.Jpeg")
' Open source image
Jpeg.Open strMyFilePath&Fname
FileH=Jpeg.OriginalHeight
FileW=Jpeg.OriginalWidth
''update record in db with image width and height
fdtSQL ="UPDATE emailfiles SET `Fwidth` ='"&FileW&"',`Fheight`='"&FileH&"' WHERE Fmsg = '"&MsgUID&"' AND Fname ='"&Fname&"'"
'response.write "<BR>"&fdtSQL&"<BR>"
adoConn.Execute(fdtSQL)

end if

response.write "<br />"

objResult.MoveNext

Wend
objResult.close
set objResult=nothing


ReTo = ""
ReCC = ""

Set Recipients = msg.Recipients
separator = ", "

' We now need to get all the recipients,
' both normal and Carbon Copy (CC) recipients
' and store them in a variable


For n = 0 To Recipients.Count - 1
If n = Recipients.Count - 1 Then
separator = ""
End If

Set re = Recipients.item(n)
If re.ReType = 0 Then
ReTo = ReTo & re.Name & "&nbsp;(" & re.EMail & ")" & separator
else
ReCC = ReTo & re.Name & "&nbsp;(" & re.EMail & ")" & separator
End If


SQL = "INSERT INTO archivedemails (`MsgUID`, `MailDate`,`FromAddress`,`Subject`,`MsgBody`) VALUES ('"&MsgUID&"', '"&MailDate&"','"&FromAddress&"','"&Subject&"','"&MsgBody&"')"
' response.write "<br>"&SQL&"<br>"
'SELECT `MsgUID`, `MailDate`,FromName`,`FromAddress`,`Subject`,`MsgBody` FROM `archivedemails`
'SELECT * FROM `archivedfiles` WHERE 1`MsgUID`, `FileName`, `FileExt`, `FileSize`, `FileW`, `FileH`
adoConn.Execute(SQL)

Next
end if
chkRS.close
set chkRS=nothing

Next
End With
End If
%>

</body>
</html>
<%
webmail.Disconnect
Set webmail = Nothing
%>
<%

else
response.write "ERROR: Couldn't connect to database"
end if

%>
<%
'objResult.close
'set objResult=nothing
adoConn.close
set adoConn=nothing
%>


 

 


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