I have created an integration with an API service which returns a .zip file in unspecified format ( e.g. https://server.com/file/SAJFUU84892309809UDFOIJOSDIF90834
I need to attach this file into Gmail attachment and indeed it gets attached and sent correctly. But because the filename is without an extension, the user cannot know it is a zip file and he needs to download the attachment, rename it to something.zip to fix it. And obviously that’s not a solution.
So what I need is to specify a custom filename in the Gmail attachment when I also specify the attachment url https://server.com/file/SAJFUU84892309809UDFOIJOSDIF90834, is this possible ?
I don’t have control on how the url will come, I don’t want to upload to another place and then fetch back.
Best answer by ikbelkirasanView original