Every time my webcam detects movement, it e-mails me a snapshot JPG.
I wish to use “Send To Google Drive” to automatically save these snapshots into a folder.
Each e-mail has the same subject line, which means that Google groups them into the same conversation. It seems to create a new conversation every day.
“Send To Google Drive” is correctly detecting when a new snapshot e-mail is received, but rather than saving the image from the new e-mail, it seems to always save the image from the 1st e-mail in the conversation.
See these screenshots:
- 2 conversations (today and yesterday), containing 28 and 15 snapshots respectively: http://spdr.me/H6Wb
- Some of the snapshot e-mails from yesterday (note all the JPGs are different): http://spdr.me/nhRX
- The files in the Drive folder (note there are only 2 different images, 1 from each conversation, and duplicated): http://spdr.me/hUs0
Is this possible to resolve?
I’m not sure if this is related to the filenames being the same, but ideally I’d also like the date and time of the e-mail appended to each JPG file name, e.g. “Snapshot – 2014-08-24 — 16-11-25.jpg”.
If this is also possible, I’d be happy to purchase the “Premium” version of the module.