Email, Scribe, and FTPeek FileMaker Plugins Have New Updated Versions with Improvements
Learn about the new updates available and download now!
Last week we were excited to announce that all of our plugins are compatible with the new FileMaker 19 platform!
This week, we have additional feature enhancements and improvements specific to three of our most popular plugins: 360Works Email, Scribe, and FTPeek.
While these are minor updates, we encourage you to update now for the best experience using each plugin.
Download new plugin versions and check out the latest improvements using the links below!
360Works Email Plugin (Version: 3.316) - FileMaker plugin for sending and receiving emails using IMAP, SMTP, or POP, plus adds sending SMS/Text Messages from FileMaker capabilities.
Added "attachmentsDir" parameter to EmailReadMessages, allowing users to specify a local directory where they want attachments downloaded. Downloaded attachments are now deleted when EmailDisconnect is called. Implemented a fix for some rare DHC issues that were occurring. Improved inline attachments in emails for better downloading. Reworked the "secureconnection" parameter. SecureConnection will now set both ssl and tls to true. However these can be set individually with "ssl=true" or "tls=true". This resolves issues with certain mail servers that require tls, but reject ssl. IMAP servers better retrieve the messageId and better loading of body structure in messages. 360Works Scribe Plugin - (Version: 4.0710) - FileMaker PDF plugin, OCR plugin, Microsoft Word and Excel integration - all in one.
Improved how keywords are being pulled from PDFs. Improved Windows file-locking, temporary files are now deleted when ScribeDocCancel is called. Better conversion of Excel files to text with merged cells. Improved Textract results downloads for better accuracy. Improved inserting images into Excel documents. 360Works FTPeek Plugin - (Version 2.305) - FileMaker plugin that can upload, download, and manipulate remote files on an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server.
Updated FTP libraries, resolving some connection issues. Reworked the Forcetrust parameter on FTPeek_ConnectFTPS. It should now accept most invalid certificates.
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Good day all, I have a script that collects several reports from different tables and assembles them to email via the following code. How do I clear all the reports after the reports have been sent,(or before the next set of reports are compiled).
Set Variable [ $Path; Value:Get (TemporaryPath) &"Products Active" & " " & Year ( JobCardItems::DateNextServ )& "-" & Month ( JobCardItems::DateNextServ ) & ".pdf" ]
Save Records as PDF [ File Name: “$Path”; Create folders:No; Records being browsed ]
[ Document - ]
[ Pages - Number Pages From: 1; Include: All pages ]
[ Security - Printing: High Resolution; Editing: Any except extracting pages; Enable copying; Enable Screen Reader ] [ Initial View - Show: Pages Panel and Page; Page Layout: Single Page; Magnification: 100% ]
[ Restore; No dialog ]
Set Variable [ $AttachmentList; Value:If ( IsEmpty ( $AttachmentList ) ; $Path ; $AttachmentList & "¶" & $Path) ]
I have tried just setting the variable $Path; Value: "" but that did not work
As a complete novice to FMP, I'm attempting my very first database. We rely on storing our contracts on Google & Dropbox. I've been trying to either embed the pdf's into a "tab", or (my preferred option) to have an "Add URL" button to link to the online pdf.
I tried adding a field and copying and pasting the URL, but it's not clickable, and I'd need to add another field for each pdf/contract.
Is there a better more efficient way to do this?
I have started sending emails using the INSERT FROM URL method shown by soliant here:
Emails are being sent out but many recipients seem to be getting my emails sent to their spam folders. I'm curious if this has anything to do with this method of sending emails.
This is driving me nuts.
Need to send emails with an attachment from server side script.
The attachment path calculates correctly, as far as I can tell. Permissions are 777 (I Know...), but the file still does not attach!
This is the variable calculation that yields the path:
"/Samsung SSD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Documents/"&$filename
Only problem is: attachments don't attach!
I have tried every iteration I could think of:
"filemac:/Samsung SSD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Documents/"&$filename
What am I missing here???
Thank you!! I can't believe I'm the only one who ran into this issue?