Send to Email Recipient or Send to File Location dialog [File menu]

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To open the Send to Email Recipient dialog, click the arrow button next to the Send To Email button in the Digita FileCabinet toolbar and choose Email Recipient, or choose File > Send to > Email Recipient.

To open the Send to File Location dialog, click the arrow button next to the Send to Email button in the Digita FileCabinet toolbar and choose File, or choose File > Send to > File.

Notes

  • If your email service supports Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) protocol, choose File > Send to > Email Recipient, and select documents to send. Digita FileCabinet creates an email message, attaches the file, and enters the following default text into the body of the message:

    "The following files are attached to this email."

    Your firm can modify this text for all users. Individual Digita FileCabinet users can also modify this text.

    The text is followed by a list of the attached documents. You can edit this text by clicking the Modify/View Email Text button.

  • If the system-generated PDF is password protected, Digita FileCabinet also enters the following default text in the body of the message:

    "To protect your privacy, the attached PDF files are password protected. You will receive your password in a separate communication."

    Your firm can modify this text for all users. Individual Digita FileCabinet users can also modify this text.

    The text is followed by a list of the attached documents. You can edit this text by clicking the Modify/View Email Text button.

  • Digita FileCabinet will not create a PDF if you are sending an image and did not mark the Export images as Adobe Acrobat (.PDF) files checkbox, or if you are sending an embedded object.
  • If your email service is web based and does not support the MAPI protocol, save the documents by selecting File > Send to > File, create your message using the web-based email application, and manually attach the files you created.
  • Recipients can view the files through Adobe Reader version 9.0 or higher.

Fields & buttons

The following fields are available only in the Send to File Location dialog.


The following checkboxes and fields are available only in the Send to Email Recipient dialog.