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Jasleen
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10/12/2018
Jasleen
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Can we use both {EmailBody} and {EmailBodyFile} in one PrintBoss form?
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Nancy
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5/3/2012
Nancy
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Below is a list of the PrintBoss variables available for the E-mail function.

{AttachmentCount} Insert this variable in the email body to display the number of separate attachments. This variable can also be used in the Email Subject.

{EmailBCC}
The BCC address for sending the e-mail

{EmailBody}
The Message Body of the e-mail; overrides EmailBodyFile content when defined

{EmailBodyFile}
Assigns a file to be used for the Email Body

{EmailCC}
The CC address for sending the e-mail

{EmailFromAddress}
The From E-mail address

{EamilFromName}
The From Name

{EmailReplyAddress}
The Reply To e-mail address

{EmailReqReadRcpt}
Assign yes to request a Read Receipt for the e-mail

{EmailSubject}
The Subject of the e-mail

{EmailTo}
The To address for sending the e-mail


The following variables are available with PrintBoss Enterprise Only!

{EMAILATTACHMENTS}
The e-mail only has a PDF of the PrintBoss document attached by default. PrintBoss Enterprise allows you to add other documents as attachments to the e-mail. The additional PDF attachments need to be entered in one of the Objects tabs of the Form Editor with an assignment command and may use variables. Two examples of the syntax for this assignment follows:

#Assign EmailAttachments, "L:\Legal\Invoicing\Payment Requirements.doc"
#Assign EmailAttachments, "S:\Customers\{DocRecip}\Terms.xls"

{EMAILPDFALIAS}
The name of the PDF file attachment is the same as the PrintBoss Form file name by default. PrintBoss Enterprise allows you to define the file name. The file name for the PDF attachment needs to be entered in one of the Objects tabs of the Form Editor with an assignment command and may use variables.Two examples of the syntax for this assignment follows:

#Assign EmailPDFAlias, "Invoice from Wellspring Software, Inc."
#Assign EmailPDFAlias, "Invoice #{DocNo}"

{EMAILPDFNOEDIT}
The PDF file attachment may be edited by default when someone has the proper software. PrintBoss Enterprise allows you to restrict editing the PDF file attachment. This is accomplished by assigning the value of EmailPDFNoEdit to "NO". This assignment command needs to be entered in one of the Object tabs of the Form Editor. The syntax for this assignment follows:

#Assign EmailPDFNoEdit, "NO"

{EMAILPDFNOPRINT}
The PDF file attachment can be printed by default. PrintBoss Enterprise allows you to restrict the printing of the PDF file attachment. This is accomplished by assigning the value of EmailPDFNoPrint to "NO". This assignment command needs to be entered in one of the Objects tabs if the Form Editor. The syntax for this assignment follows:

#Assign EmailPDFNoPrint, "NO"

{EMAILOPTIONS}
The following options may be defined by assigning them to the EmailOptions variable. For example:

#Assign EmailOptions, "/FP /SD"

The following options are available:
/SS Skip Sending e-mail
/SD Skip Deleting the PDF attachment (only when PDF Alias is assigned)
/FP Forces a Pause during emailing to allow additional e-mails or attachments
/OA Omit Attachments

{EMAILPDFPASSWORD}
The PDF file attachment does not require a password to open by default. PrintBoss Enterprise allows you to password protect the PDF attachment. The password for the PDF file needs to be entered in one of the Objects tabs of the Form Editor with an assignment command and may use variables. Two examples of the syntax for this assignment follows:

#Assign EmailPDFPassWord, "abracadabra"
#Assign EmailPDFPassWord, "{SSN}"
edited by Nancy on 5/7/2012
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