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how do we mail reports from SAS environment to our team
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how do we mail reports from SAS environment to our team leader..

Answer / santhosh

filename outbox email ;
data _null_;
file outbox
to=('xisguest@sas.com')
cc=
('santhosh.stats@gmail.com','lsantosh@sristek.com','kvasukii
n@gmail.com')
/* bcc=
('pavanj.sas@gmail.com','pavankumar@sristek.com')*/
Subject="Test Email"
Attach =("C:\Documents and
Settings\xisguest\Desktop\lenova.doc"
"C:\Documents and
Settings\xisguest\Desktop\new1.doc"
"C:\Documents and
Settings\xisguest\Desktop\new2.doc"
"C:\Documents and
Settings\xisguest\Desktop\new3.doc");

put 'Hi sristek/sas ,
this is santhosh from pune pfa for code for
sending mail';
run;

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how do we mail reports from SAS environment to our team leader..

Answer / vijayabhargava.k

by using the option proc print to and specifying the path we
can expor the data set created and the datastep along with
the log to the required destination

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how do we mail reports from SAS environment to our team leader..

Answer / ankit

only santosh is correct

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how do we mail reports from SAS environment to our team leader..

Answer / pnprasad

SAS can have a special feature, i.e we can get many types
of Output by using ODS, word, xls,txt,pdf,html,xml and
many. The same we can send via mail. For example, sending
of the clinical data to FDA by converting the datasets in
to XML.

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how do we mail reports from SAS environment to our team leader..

Answer / rk

we used html window

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