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RE: Email a spoolfile



fixed

Kirk,

If you have Infoprint Server, setup a virtual printer to transform the
spoolfile to a .pdf Acrobat file. In the setup of the virtual printer, you
specify that output is to be emailed. I haven't set up the email type
printer, but I did use it to create .pdf files that were placed in the IFS
directory.

Once you setup the virtual printer, just move the spool file to the outq,
and the transformation and email should take place automatically.


Steve Morrison
Beacon Insurance
940-720-4672 

-----Original Message-----
From: kirkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:kirkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2004 2:45 PM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Email a spoolfile

I have a client running 5.3 that wants to email a spoolfile to a couple of
users. I Have SMTP setup and running. What's the simplest way to email a
spoolfile programmatically without using a third party product?


Thanks


 
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