Action: Merge and save email with attachments in PDF

Modified on Thu, 17 Feb 2022 at 03:57 PM

Ideal for archive, merge your email body with attachments in a single PDF file.

save email and attachment into a pdf

  • Folder: Set the local or network folder, you can include variables fields. If folder doesn't exist it will be created automatically.
  • File: Enter the filename you want, include fields to get unique filename. You can also use the functions to extract part of the field, read more here »
  • Add page number: You can add page number in stamp format.
  • Add a stamp: Like page number it is stamp added to the page, it can be Received on date, Shipped, ...

  • Merge email body with attachment(s): Specify if you want to merge email with attachment or merge only attachments.

  • Merge email body first: Define if you want to print first the email or the attachments.

  • Use this template: Select the data model printed with email body, you can also add or edit templates.

  • Use these email data: By default, it uses the html email data, but you can force to use other email data or a specific part of the email using the Data Extractor (see here »).

  • You can set a condition to process only attachment based on filename: As it is described you can use a condition to print only specific file, for example to print only pdf: 'Contains' '.pdf'

  • For Excel you can specify sheet(s): If attachment is Excel it can print only a specific sheet.

  • If a PDF need password: If PDF is protected, you can provide the password to use.

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