I haven't needed to do this, but the script step for saving a snap shot link is set up just like saving a PDF, so the same technique should work.
- Use Set Variable to compute the filepath and name you want for your snap shot link.
- Use Save as Snapshot Link to save your snap shot and enter the path variable's name as the specified file.
- In your Send Mail Script step, click the attachment check box and enter this same variable name as the attachment.
Here's an example:
Set Variable [ $Path ; Value: "File: " & Get ( TemporaryPath ) & "FileNameHere""File: " & Get ( TemporaryPath ) & "FileNameHere"]
Save Records as Snapshot Link [ "$Path" ; Records being browsed ]
Send Mail [ Send via Email Client; To: Address@Domain.com ; Subject: "here's the snapshot" ; Message: "See attachment" ; "$Path"]
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